Early Learning

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Full Day Childcare

All Day Care is an option for parents of children enrolled in our programs. The morning will remain the same as the Early Learning Program structure. Afternoons will continue to be play based and help to enhance friendships among the children.

There will be a scheduled lunch period, snack time and a resting period following lunch. There will be learning opportunities for the children throughout their afternoon. Along with free choice and scheduled activities, we will also enjoy daily outdoor play when weather permits.

4 days ago

Ready 4 School - Early Learning Programs

Our 3’s had fun making their snow pictures! ...

7 days ago

Ready 4 School - Early Learning Programs

We are getting back into the swing of things with some alphabet and number fun! We played musical letters, slap the letter/number along with having stations set up to practice number and letter recognition. ...

1 week ago

Ready 4 School - Early Learning Programs

On our first day back in the 3Yr Old program we talked about the fun things we did while on Christmas break. We read the book “The Mitten,” learned a new song about the story and worked on cutting and pasting through a story sequencing activity (ie. which animal crawled into the mitten first through to the last one). We had some time in quiet groups building with blocks and we had a great time playing outside in all the snow!This album contains photos of our friends in the 3 yr old program! ...

On our first day back in the 3Yr Old program we talked about the fun things we did while on Christmas break. We read the book “The Mitten,” learned a new song about the story and worked on cutting and pasting through a story sequencing activity (ie. which animal crawled into the mitten first through to the last one). We had some time in quiet groups building with blocks and we had a great time playing outside in  all the snow!Image attachmentImage attachment