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8/14/20: Early Childhood re-opens 8/17 both campuses. Center for Music re-opens 9/9.New details available (click "more" for full details). Administrative staff working remotely. Virtual programming options available. 8/14/20: Early Childhood re-opens 8/17 both campuses. Center for Music re-opens 9/9.New details available (click "more" for full details). Administrative staff working remotely. Virtual programming options available. 8/14/20: Early Childhood re-opens 8/17 both campuses. Center for Music re-opens 9/9.New details available (click "more" for full details). Administrative staff working remotely. Virtual programming options available.
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Spring Playdough Invitation

Posted on 04/16/20 by Amanda in Early Childhood

If you've seen any of our recent posts, you know we love a good playdough. Today, we'll talk about creating your own scented playdough, plus ideas for spring add-ins and play invitations. First, our favorite no-cook... read more

Alternatives for "Good Job" and Other Common Phrases

Posted on 04/16/20 by Amanda in Early Childhood

"Good job" is a double edged sword. We want to tell our kids that we are proud of them, that they did well, that they should be proud of themselves, but we often don't take... read more

Marble Painting

Posted on 04/16/20 by Amanda in Early Childhood

We're not sure who thought up marble painting, but it's a wonderful go-to art project that also adds in physical movement. It's also a great way to introduce color mixing. You'll need: A marble Paper Paint Box, or tray with... read more

Engineering Challenge: Building with Marshmallows

Posted on 04/15/20 by Amanda in Early Childhood

Building challenges are a fun activity, especially for those kids who have an interest in building already. Building challenges, whether with LEGO bricks, playdough, or other materials, help develop a child’s ability to mentally visualize... read more

What’s Missing? Game: Building Attention and Focus

Posted on 04/15/20 by Amanda in Early Childhood

This game is a fun one that asks children to focus and remember the objects on a tray. The objects can be whatever you wish. This is a good game to play during transition times,... read more

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