DIY: Taste-Safe, Naturally Colored Chocolate Playdough

Posted on 08/27/19 by Amanda in Early Childhood

Playdough is the perfect invitation to play. It's soft. It's moldable. It can be anything you want it to be. It can be mortar for bricks, food for an animal, a home for people, or... read more

Same and Different: Picture books that celebrate diversity and help children develop their concept of self

Posted on 09/29/18 by Amanda in Early Childhood

From a very young age, children know about themselves. For many kids, their name is one of the first words they recognize. Over time, that name turns into pronouns (me, mine). With that progress, children... read more

Myth Busters: School Readiness

Posted on 06/04/18 by Amanda in Early Childhood

The end of our Preschool year is upon us, and with it comes lots of questions from parents concerning their child's next steps. “Is my child ready for kindergarten?” With the help of the Kindergarten... read more

Camp Create: Creative Expression for Kids age 6-12

Posted on 04/25/18 by Amanda in Classes, Camps, & Programs

Is your child inventive and original? A budding artist, performer, writer, storyteller, dancer, or singer? Looking for a way to channel their creative energies in a day camp format? This summer, The Music Settlement offers Camp... read more

Nature Explorers: Preschool Camp in the Sunlight

Posted on 02/22/18 by Amanda in Classes, Camps, & Programs

This summer, the Center for Early Childhood offers a unique opportunity for preschool-aged children. In its second year, Nature Explorers Camp provides school experience, socialization, and science- and art-based outdoor fun in an informal environment.... read more

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