April Showers

| April 13, 2014 | 0 Comments


This past week we have had the pleasure of welcoming the newest member to our toddler crew, Elodie! We are so happy to have her smiling face as a part of our little community :)



All though the April rain is always appreciated here in the South, it is important for children to get their energy out by having quality time to play outside. When it’s just too muddy, we have to improvise, and there is no better way to get the kids excited and running around other than the magical, Dawn-soap creation of bubbles.  Bubbles not only involve children in learning, but they are fun, easy to use, and ever-changing. Bubbles help children develop self-concept as they learn about themselves and the world around them, and language development is enhanced when children learn new words to describe bubbles, explain tasks, and label and record bubble experiments. Here, Emily, Landon, and Holden, all join in on the bubble fun – what a great picture!



The age range of the kids in the toddler room is from 12 months old to two and a half years old, and it is incredible to see the development of the children in a few months time. Mrs. Sharon, our music teacher, played a song with a lot of direction – the lyrics instructed the children to “stop” playing their instruments at different times, and they all did a great job doing so!


I hope you all had a wonderful weekend! Don’t forget, we have Tuesday and Wednesday off! See you all next week :)

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