Corning Children's Center added 4 new photos.
We made pickles! The children cut cucumbers, explored fresh dill, garlic, and apple cider vinegar and then mixed ingredients in jars. Families were instructed to leave them in the refrigerator for a week before enjoying. ... See MoreSee Less
Corning Children's Center added 5 new photos.
Looking for something to do with your huge zucchinis? How about zucchini ravioli?! The children used a vegetable peeler to make thin strips of zucchini. They mixed ricotta cheese, Parmesan cheese, egg and basil together for the filling. Then they laid out strips of zucchini in the form of a “t” and placed some filling in the center and then folded the zucchini pieces around the filling and placed them in a baking dish. They covered the raviolis with sauce and sprinkled with mozzarella cheese. We baked for 25 minutes and then enjoyed! Yum! ... See MoreSee Less
One of our classrooms did a graph of their favorite zoo animals while learning about the letter “Z”. Each child had to place a star with their name on it under the zoo animal they love the most. Some children went up and chose their animal immediately, while others had to contemplate. Choosing can be hard! ... See MoreSee Less
Lead Teacher positions at Corning Children's Center don't come up very often. If you love the PreK age level, love what you know about Corning Children's Center, and meet our qualifications please consider applying. Interviews will be scheduled for August 31st so get your cover letter and resume in quickly.
Job Requirements: B.A./B.S. in Early Childhood/Development or related field preferred. A.A./A.S. or C.D.A. with relevant experience considered. Minimum of two years successful teaching in the field of regulated full-time childcare required. Supervisory experience preferred.
If you are interested, please send your resume to email@example.com ... See MoreSee Less
Michele Gordon, Wendy Griffin and Gwen Beckman returned to play some original arrangements for flute, oboe and keyboard. The children heard an oboe for the first time and learned that oboe rhymes with elbow. I fear they then went home and told their families they heard someone play their elbow! ... See MoreSee Less
We are so proud to announce the Krista Gilliam, one of our Infant Lead Teachers, was awarded the Terri Lynne Lokoff/Children’s TYLENOL® National Child Care Teacher Award at a ceremony ... Continue reading
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