|For Kids Only|
|Good Beginnings Drop In
Mondays to Thursdays: 9:30 to 11:30 a.m.
(infant, toddler and preschooler rooms)
In our playgroups we place great emphasis on teaching children important life skills such as how to socialize within a group and how to express themselves through songs, games and creative arts. Important early years skills including literacy and school enhancement are also a high priority in our programs. Our groups are guided by trained, caring childcare staff who are screened, have First-Aid Certificates and possess a true love for working with children.
All drop-in programs are free and parents may take a well-deserved break in our parent break rooms, take a course or make use of the Centre's many on-site resources such as the library or computers.
In our Infant Room children explore stimulating toys and learn to be confident away from parents for a few hours.
In our Toddler Room children build self-confidence through simple arts, songs, games and toy play.
In our Preschooler Room childcare staff help children prepare for school by developing social skills in theme-based play areas, emphasizing co-operation and respect for others. Young minds are challenged through literacy initiatives, music, crafts, multi-media computer programs and dramatic play featuring ever-changing themes.
kindly sponsored by Cambridge and North Dumfries Community Foundation
|Key to Kindergarten (registered)
This 8 week course is for children who will be going to school in September. School readiness activities are the focus. We will be introducing and guiding the children in a routine schedule similar to JK.
Time: 1:00 to 3:00 Cost: $20.00 (due when registration is confirmed)
No sibling care Pre-registration required
(Fill out application form at reception or see Brenda Dunnings, Childcare Supervisor)
|Tumbles and Tunes (registered)
This 10-week course is an exciting hour of actions, songs and games with gross motor play and music for children ages 2.5 yrs to 4.
No sibling care. Cost $30
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