Reading with Young Children

Cathy Bohnart, Early Education Special Educator, and Trish Bonifas have created a presentation about reading to young children. This presentation is designed to give you a ton of information and helps you set your child up for success when reading to them. Some helpful tips in this presentation include: reading a book again to build […]

Reading with Infants and Toddlers

Kathy Bohnart, Early Childhood Special Educator, and Trish Bonifas, Speech Language Pathologist, created a wonderful presentation covering reading to infants and toddlers and other ways to interact with them and their world!! https://zoom.us/rec/share/7NVMd-3s81xOQqucsnPWfap7T4j6eaa8gCAZ__AOmhzndD0V55EGf-DfF_iaQ-Qd The password for this video is: l8+j4q.S

October Newsletter

We know that fall is a great time of year! There are a variety of activities that you can do with your kids this month! Go on a Nature Scavenger Hunt Find the Perfect Pumpkin to Decorate for Halloween Hunt Leaves (Try to find different colors or shapes) Use the Perfect Leaf to create a […]

See To Learn

Vision Testing

See To Learn was developed by the Eye Care Council as a preventive program to help make sure every child’s early education is unaffected by vision problems. Through See To Learn, parents can schedule a FREE vision assessment for their 3-year-old child in a participating optometrist’s office. What to expect at your child’s vision assessment […]

Influenza (Flu) – Information on what to look for, how to treat and/or prevent, etc.

Much of this information is from the CDC.  Check their website at www.cdc.gov for more information Influenza is dangerous for children Flu illness is more dangerous than the common cold for children. Each year, millions of children get sick with seasonal flu; thousands of children are hospitalized, and some children die from flu. Children commonly […]

October is Fire Prevention Month

October is National Fire Prevention Month.  Fire Prevention Week is always observed each year during the week of Oct. 8-10 in commemoration of the Great Chicago Fire that killed hundreds, burned thousands of structures and scorched 2,000 acres of land. Children under five and adults over 65 are more than twice as likely to die […]