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DuckTail Sledding Trip

DuckTail Sledding Trip

The DuckTail class had a chance to enjoy the fresh snow on their sledding field trip.  Lots up trips up and down the hill at Southwood.  The DuckTails did a great job of sharing and taking turns with their sleds, …
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Aardvark Field Trip to Rainbow Play Systems

Aardvark Field Trip to Rainbow Play Systems

The Aardvark class got their Winter wiggles out on a field trip to Rainbow Play Systems.  The kids had a blast playing on all of the different climbing equipment and jumping on the trampolines.  At TLC ELC our classrooms take …
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N is for Noodles and Necklaces

N is for Noodles and Necklaces

While learning about the letter “Nn”, the DuckTail class strung Noodles onto ribbon to create necklaces.  Then they used Q-tips and water color paint to decorate their necklaces. Stringing beads and noodles help children fine tune their fine motor skills, …
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Playdough

The Penguin class had a fun time playing with playdough.  Playing with playdough helps children to develop small motor skills such as poking, pinching, squeezing and rolling.

Igloos

While studying the letter “Ii” the KinderPlus class used a variety of materials along with their small motor skills, and creativity to create their own Igloos. 

KinderPlus hatch Dinosaur eggs

The KinderPlus class spent some time learning about dinosaurs.  They also made their own dinosaur eggs using paper mache’ and paint.  Then the KinderPlus kiddos “hatched” their eggs and became parents to tiny dinosaurs!

DuckTail Cooking Project

The DuckTail had fun with a cooking project.  Each child was able to add cranberries, orange juice and sugar into a crock pot to make Cranberry Jelly.  After everyone took a turn stirring, we let the jelly cook for a …
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Aardvark Shape Hunt

The Aardvark class took a field trip to Eden Prairie Center to look for shapes!  

Turtle Room Sensory Fun

The infants in the Turtle room had fun exploring their room and a new sensory box.  The box was filled with objects of different shapes, sizes and textures. Sensory activities are important in a child’s development. Jackie Silberg ( highly sought after …
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A Night with the Stars

A fun night was had by all at our Fall family fun night fundraiser, “A Night with the Stars”.  Guests enjoyed food, face painting, balloon animals, juggling lessons, games, a red carpet walk (complete with paparazzi)  and live music.  Money …
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