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Waldorf, Maryland - In Shops at Lancaster

Waldorf, Maryland

177 St Patricks Dr
Waldorf, MD 20603
CHARLES COUNTY

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

Newsletter - Dear Family

Spring is coming, GREAT! Maybe that will help with the illnesses circulating because we will have a more consistent temperature outside. I try to make sure the children go outside as often as possible to get fresh air. Honestly speaking it helps children sleep better especially babies. The weather will be increasing in temperatures but please understand what feels good to us as adults may not be the same for the children. Continue to dress them accordingly. I would like to announce that Miss Kiara is an extension of our management team if you have noticed she has been at the front desk more often. Feel free to ask for her assistance at any time. We have sent out Social Media agreements to be signed by families. This is to gain your consent to share photos on the company's website and other means of communication. If you have multiple children, sign all their names on one sheet to help you out, anyway to help you work smart and not HARD.

CURRICULUM FOCUS

May

5/4 May Celebrations

5/11 Plant Life Cycle

5/18 Shapes

5/25 Welcome to the Zoo

SPECIAL SHOUTOUTS

HAPPY BIRTHDAY: Norah, Micah, Jaxson, Carter, Cameron, Vega, Evan, Niya, Grace, Sarah, Clarence, Kennedy, Levi, Hunter, and Amari.

Upcoming Events

Lucky Charms Celebration

Date : 3/17/2020

Time : Various Times

Description : Children will celebrate St Patrick's day with a party and activities within Classroom


May:

KDI 48: Science and Technology- Predicting: Children predict what they expect will happen Making predictions is a simple place for young children to begin their comprehension journey. This can easily be modeled and discussed as you read books together, experiment with objects and explore materials. You can say, “I think … will happen next because…” or “What do you think will happen next?” Even the youngest of children can do this.


May:

Scaffolding Learning about Science. Experiment with magnets. Give your child a refrigerator magnet and see where they can make it stick. Talk about what those objects have in common.

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