20May
2014
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Branching Out Theme of the Week: Intergenerational

This week’s theme is Intergenerational Week to Celebrate Older American’s Month! Generations is committed to fostering relationships between the generations and is proud to celebrate our older citizens each May! This week, our children and seniors have special events planned to honor each other. We will also include all grandparents in our lives and be […]

12May
2014
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Branching Out Theme of the Week:Farm Animals!

Now that we know about all what lives in the sea, let’s compare animals that live on the farm! What do animals on the farm eat? How do they help the farmers? What does a farm look like compared to where we live? Farmers grow things that make the food we eat too! We will […]

08May
2014
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Branching Out Theme of the Week: Ocean Life!

Things that live in the sea are fascinating and spur lots of interest in investigation. This week we will explore the difference between regular water and salt water. Do things float easier in one or the other? We will practice counting “fish scales” and match octopus legs. We will look at pictures of real oceans […]

23Apr
2014
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Branching Out Theme of the Week: Exploring Colors

s spring comes alive, it is amazing the colors nature brings to our world. More than the primary colors of red, blue and yellow, nature mixes them together to make so many new colors! We will look at color in all aspects of our world, inside and out. We will look at what happens when […]

08Apr
2014
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Bill Cala Visits Fairport

During the Month of the Young Child, our community is inviting elected officials and community leaders into child care centers to read to the children and experience first hand how we prepare young children for future success. These most valuable years are enhanced by ensuring these programs remain a a strong, thriving part of our […]

02Apr
2014
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Opposites!

What is the opposite of up? Left? Under? We will experience opposites with our bodies, in the art center, and with blocks. We will look for opposites inside and outside the building and try to find new things we didn’t know before. Can we find opposites in the stories we read? Developing understanding of this […]

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