Science, math, and sensory play all in one great activity! One of our Toddler classrooms is studying a shape a month and this month they are studying circles. They made circle ice cubes out of the old juice containers and the kids talked about how when they melted they changed the color of water since we added watercolor to the ice. We talked about how the ice was getting smaller as it melted and how we started with water and then froze it in our freezer to make the ice. What inspired programming! ... See MoreSee Less
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C4 took full advantage of today's beautiful weather and created a classroom outside. They painted at the easel, played ball toss, built with Lego and cardboard blocks, played with play dough, rode scooters, played in the water table and used the playground balls. What a great day! ... 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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