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Ivyland, Pennsylvania - The Courtyard of Ivyland

Ivyland, Pennsylvania

880 Jacksonville Rd #105
Ivyland, PA 18974

Ages: 6 Weeks-12 Years Old
Open: Monday-Friday
Hours: 6:30 a.m.-6:00 p.m.

Newsletter - Dear Family

We are so excited to start a new school year here at Children of America Ivyland. As the summer comes to a close, we hope that your family enjoyed all of the fun activities, themes, field trips, and guests. Please make sure that all water play items have been taken home, including swimsuits, towels, and sunscreen. We are cleaning out the classrooms and making room for all the new artwork and manipulative's that are used during the school year. We look forward to this busy time of growth and change in your child’s learning career. Be mindful that September 3rd is a new start for many students in all of our classrooms. New assignments start this day for all transitioning students. A great time to check in with your child’s teacher is at nap time between 1 and 2pm. This allows the teacher to get the kids down and give your conversation the attention it deserves. Here’s to a great school year!



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Jamie and Nicole would like to thank all the parents for handing in their USDA forms on time. We appreciate the hard work and hustle you do on a daily basis. Thank you!

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Date : September 3, 2019

Time : 6:30AM

Description : We are so excited to start another year of fun and learning! :)


KDI 7: Social and Emotional Development- Self-Identity: Children have a positive self-identity. Children start to develop a "self-concept," the attributes, abilities, attitudes and values that they believe define them. As with emotional development, both internal and external variables can affect young children's self-concept. Including young people in important meals, celebrations, religious services, etc, and explaining what's going on in simple terms is very important in passing on a sense of that child's cultural background.


Learning About Language and Literacy. Help your STAR collect pebbles. See how ways the pebbles can be sorted (size, color, shape, etc.) Discuss how some are alike and some are different. Provide the opportunity to feel the rocks with his hands or on his cheeks. Use words to help him describe the textures, weight, shape and temperature of what he is feeling!

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