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Balls, Books & Blocks

Learn Early: Balls, Books & Blocks

Join us for an hour and rotate through activity stations with your little one (ages 0-5 years old) focused on activities based around books (literacy), balls (gross motor skills), and blocks (fine motor skills and problem-solving). There will also be time during this event to learn about developmental screenings. One of our team members will

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Balls, Books & Blocks

Learn Early: Balls, Books & Blocks

Join us for an hour and rotate through activity stations with your little one (ages 0-5 years old) focused on activities based around books (literacy), balls (gross motor skills), and blocks (fine motor skills and problem-solving). There will also be time during this event to learn about developmental screenings. One of our team members will

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Balls, Books & Blocks

Learn Early: Balls, Books & Blocks

Join us for an hour and rotate through activity stations with your little one (ages 0-5 years old) focused on activities based around books (literacy), balls (gross motor skills), and blocks (fine motor skills and problem-solving). There will also be time during this event to learn about developmental screenings. One of our team members will

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Balls, Books & Blocks

Learn Early: Balls, Books & Blocks

Join us for an hour and rotate through activity stations with your little one (ages 0-5 years old) focused on activities based around books (literacy), balls (gross motor skills), and blocks (fine motor skills and problem-solving). There will also be time during this event to learn about developmental screenings. One of our team members will

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The Laboratory

Learn Early: The Laboratory

Science for young children is filled with wonder and contributes to unique skills. Manipulating the physical world, hypothesizing, and predicting are some of the skills your child is building when taking part in science activities. As you the parent, gain more knowledge of child development, you’ll have a better understanding of what is needed to help your child

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The Laboratory

Learn Early: The Laboratory

Science for young children is filled with wonder and contributes to unique skills. Manipulating the physical world, hypothesizing, and predicting are some of the skills your child is building when taking part in science activities. As you the parent, gain more knowledge of child development, you’ll have a better understanding of what is needed to help your child

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Kid's Kitchen

Learn Early: Kid’s Kitchen

Cooking encourages children’s thinking, problem-solving, and creativity. It also allows the children the opportunity to use the knowledge they have and apply it by measuring, cause and effect, and counting. Parents and children cooking together teaches early math and science, encourages families to share meals more often, and get to know each other on a deeper level. The most important thing to remember is to have fun

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Learn Early: Arts & Crafts

Arts and crafts promote development among children. Creating things with their hands helps to improve their motor skills, allowing the body’s muscles to move around. Painting, drawing, writing, and others also play a vital role in hand-eye coordination and muscle memory retention. When parents take an active role in their children’s development, children show greater

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