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Take the Saw Mill River Parkway to the Executive Blvd exit. At the third traffic light (Applebee's Restaurant is on your left) make a left onto Enterprise Blvd. Continue straight through two stop signs (you will see Dunkin Donuts on your right). Continue straight until the road ends at Odell Plaza. Make a left turn you will see our playground and large green shade umbrellas on your left. This is 7 Odell Plaza. Please park in the designated Bright Horizons parking spots.

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Learning at Home

Objects in a Row Classification Game

You Will Need:

A variety of small objects (shells, acorns, corks, bottle caps, etc.), 2 poster boards, and a ruler

Directions:

Create two game boards by drawing 6, 9, 12, or 15 squares on each poster board. With a group of the same kind of object, place one object in each square, in a row, to create a set. Give your child the second game board and identical items and ask him to duplicate what you did on his board. Take turns creating sets and classifying objects.

Tip:

With younger children, start with six squares (two sets of three objects, one in each square). Take turns, or take the lead from your child as he might invent new games using the objects.


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