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Doylestown, Pennsylvania

Doylestown, Pennsylvania

4139 Ferry Rd
Doylestown, PA 18902

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

Newsletter - Dear Family

It's October, can we officially say it's Fall? This month is just filled with fun family activities. We kick of the month with COA Doylestown's Annual Harvest Fest. Families and friends are invited to join us for a night filled with games, food, face painting, contests and raffles. We will then have our Scholastic Book Fair from Oct. 21-25. This a great opportunity for you to get books to read with your child or for gifts and stocking stuffers, Christmas is approaching. On the 25th we will have Picture Day! Get students looking sharp for the photographer, photos begin at 7:30 am. Do you think that's enough? No! We must celebrate Halloween with our annual parade and party on October 31st at 3:00 pm. Students bring their costumes in to school and change for the parade. The parade is held on the field next to the splash pad and then culminates in the classroom for a great get together. Please note that we will be closed on October 14th for Professional Development Day and 4:00 pm on Halloween. It's going to be a busy and fun month!



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Congratulations Ms. Kate our Teacher of the Month for October! Happy Birthday to the following students: Rich, Santino,Prabhav, Ben, Landon, Nikolas, Andrew, Brayden and George.

Upcoming Events

COA Annual Harvest Fest

Date : October 18th, 2019

Time : 6:00 pm

Description : Join us for a night of games, face painting, music, food, contests and raffles.


KDI 25: Language, Literacy and Communication- Alphabetic Knowledge: Children identify letter names and their sounds.

Alphabet knowledge is also considered a component of concept of print. This includes knowledge of the names of each letter, the order of the alphabet, recognition of each upper-case and lower-case letter, and knowing the difference between letters and words. Alphabet Knowledge includes recognizing all the letters of the alphabet by name. This includes recognizing upper-case and lower-case letters. To help your child with alphabetic knowledge read, read and read.


Hold your baby and investigate what they see in the mirror. Point out the different parts of their body (toes, head, fingers) and then point them out on yourself. Use words to describe the different parts of you. Talk about what each part does.

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