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The topic of this month is balls! The Monkey room is learning about different types of balls such as footballs, basketballs, tennis balls and even beach balls! For one of the activities we did the children painted a pre-cut football, basketball, and soccer ball. Before we began this activity, we talked about the different sports Read More
Our tiger cubs are having a lot of fun with balls. This month within the creative curriculum, they are being introduced to balls through playing and exploring the different types of balls. Keep in mind that the babies are not just playing, there are developing their find and gross motor skills too. Each little tiger was Read More
The Cheetah Room embarked on a field trip to the Bronx Zoo. It was a great trip that exposed the students to nature and wild animals. Everyone was really excited to see the lions! Although we did not get to see the cheetahs at the zoo, students were able to see giraffes, gorilla, peacocks, sea lions Read More
Our topic for the month of April was “Reduce – Reuse – Recycle.” We started off by showing our children how to sort out different types of trash, plastic, compost aluminum, paper and cardboard for example. After showing them how to sort out the many different types of trash we showed them a few different activities we Read More
The topic for May is Buildings. Our little Monkeys are learning about the different ways that buildings are made, all the work that goes into building a building, and the many differences between all the buildings they encounter on a daily basis. After reading the story of the Three Little Pigs, the monkeys were able to Read More
Last month, the Pandas learned about the Three R’s – Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle! Our Panda explorers had a great time learning the importance of the three R’s. One activity that they especially LOVED was when they turned regular recycling items like a cleaned out milk jug into something else. The students we’re able to Read More
A special thank you to Ms. Khalilia, Ms. Michelle, and Ms. Taniqua for all of their hard work and dedication; for all that you do for the center and the students!
As we finish our unit on Space, our students had the opportunity to experience what it would be like to be Astronauts for a Day!
The week the Elephants continued to learn all about “The Three R’s”, all while celebrating Arbor Day! In order to commemorate Arbor Day, the Elephants created “ex-tree-ordinary” art work made out of recycled coffee sleeves, courtesy of Starbucks. They helped cut and tear the sleeves – which were green and brown – the prefect colors to Read More