An enriched play environment is critical to a baby's development and teaches skills he/she will use later in life.
Dads play a critical role in their children's literacy development — by modeling reading, sharing stories, exploring the world together, and engaging in meaningful conversations that build critical thinking skills.
1-4 Weeks Old: 15 - 16 hours per day, 1-4 Months Old: 14 - 15 hours per day, 4-12 Months Old: 14 - 15 hours per day, 1-3 Years Old: 12 - 14 hours per day, and
3-6 Years Old: 10 - 12 hours per day.
Reading aloud is the single most important thing a parent or caregiver can do to improve a child’s readiness to read and learn”. Learn more at :Read More
Teaching children about living a healthy lifestyle is not as hard as you may think. As parents, you should model the lifestyles you want your child to follow. Living an active way of life and eating healthy foods will help your child stay fit. :Read More
Bad Weather Make-Up Day (due to no school on February 26th)
"Leap into Literacy" & "Come See Our Pad"
4/20 "Leap into Literacy" - RAIN LOCATION CHANGE
Family Literacy Student Conferences
May 26, 2015 - May 29, 2015