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Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin - Silver Spring Dr. + Lilly Rd.

Menomonee Falls,
Wisconsin

N56 W14192 Silver Spring Dr
Menomonee Falls, WI 53051
WAUKESHA COUNTY

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

Newsletter - Dear Family

This month, we will explore exciting themes and experiments that enhance our learning experience. While summer is a time for fun and games, learning is also important during this time. Did you know that reading with your child for 20 minutes a day could make a huge difference in their cognitive and social/emotional development? Summer is flying by and we are already having so much fun at Camp WOW. We would like to remind you to make sure your child has an extra set of clothing (including socks and shoes), appropriate swim wear, swim shoes with back straps and a towel for water days that are labeled with your child's name, and of course sunscreen for outside play. It is also important that permission slips for sunscreen and insect repellent application is filled out, as these are required by state licensing.

CURRICULUM FOCUS

July

Proud to be an American

Welcome to the Rodeo

If I were a grown-up…

Creepy Crawly Things

The Beach

SPECIAL SHOUTOUTS

We would like to welcome our new staff members and families! Don't forget about our referral program! You can earn a free week of tuition. Ask us how!

Upcoming Events

Fourth of July

Date : July 4th

Time : All day

Description : Please remember we are closed on this day. We WILL be open on Friday, July 5th.


July:

Summer has arrived and we are thinking about the outdoors and all the fun activities we can do. Our teachers are busy making camp fun while still reviewing ideas and concepts taught throughout the year. Ask your teacher for ideas you can incorporate into your daily life. While on a bike with your child, try to find all the pink things!


July:

Data Analysis: Think of data as information presented in numerical terms. We deal with data all the time in our lives. Knowing how to collect, organize, and interpret data helps us to make decisions and manage our lives. Make collections with your child. Children are natural collectors. Go on a nature and collect stuff. Encourage your child to sort the collections by size, color, shape, texture or function.

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