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When exiting I95 N at exit 41 Marsh Hill Road you will turn left at the light at the end of the exit ramp. You will drive over an overpass and turn left at the light onto Frotnage Road. It will appear that you are getting back onto I95, but stay to the right and make your first right hand turn into the parking lot. When exiting I95 S at exit 41 Marsh Hill Road, you will go straight through the traffic light at the end of the exit ramp. It will appear that you are getting back onto I95, but stay to the right and make your first right hand turn into the parking lot.

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  • Math Counts Classification, time and spatial relations, number order and number problems, geometry and measurement.
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Learning at Home

Alphabet Menu

You Will Need:

Paper and writing instrument


As you prepare a meal, discuss what will be served and ask your child to create a menu. Fold the piece of paper in half. Have your child create the menu by writing the word or sound on one side of the paper and drawing a picture of the food on the other. Do this for each food. Have the child present the menu to the family.


Make this activity fun, not a test. Your child might copy words off of boxes.

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