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Ivyland, Pennsylvania - The Courtyard of Ivyland

Ivyland, Pennsylvania

880 Jacksonville Rd #105
Ivyland, PA 18974
BUCKS COUNTY

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

Newsletter - Dear Family

We can’t believe that the summer months have arrived! June brings a time to celebrate our young learners who will be "graduating" to the next step in their learning future, as well as all the Dads who do so much for us. Our Graduation ceremony will be held on Thursday morning, June 13th at 10:00am. All are welcome as we celebrate our future scholars and their academic accomplishments. In addition, please join us for Donuts with Dad on Friday June 14th in your child's classrooms, as a way to celebrate the Strong and Supportive men in our lives. Finally, our fun and exciting Camp WOW will officially kick off on June 17th. Sprinkler Fun returns every Tuesday and Thursday along with weekly in-house activities. Please keep a close eye on the calendar this summer so that you don’t miss out on any of the fun!

CURRICULUM FOCUS

June

Summer/ Oceans

I love my Daddy!

Seashells and Sea life

Warm weather animals

SPECIAL SHOUTOUTS

We would like to do a shout out to all of the great teachers here at Ivyland! We thank you so much for all that you do! All of the big and small things do not go unnoticed. :-)

Upcoming Events

Graduation/Donuts with Dad/Summer Camp

Date : June 13/June 14/June 17

Time : 10:00a/6:30a/6:30a-6:00p

Description : We are looking forward to sharing these special events this month!!


June:

President’s Physical Fitness is designed from an understanding of children’s physical development. Our Toddlers Shake, Wiggle and Grow, while our older friends learn a love of physical activity and daily exercise. As they watch mom and dad go to the gym, they can practice what they have learned.


June:

Algebra: Understanding algebra begins with the study of patterns which lets us make predictions based on what has come before. Patterns are all around us. Look for patterns in songs, chants and storybooks. The rhyme patterns in a Dr. Seuss book are a great way to begin. Create patterns. How about chanting head, shoulders, knees and toes? Or do a clap, stomp, clap pattern.

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