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DEC. 4-8: Christmas Around the World

This week the children will be introduced to the cultural festivities of Hanukkah, Kwanza, Posadas and the Festival Of Lights. It will be interesting for them to discover the different ways Christmas is celebrated all over the world. Come join us this weekend for our 10th Annual Christmas Festival and Recipe Exchange. Santa will be visiting to take pictures with the children,Trixie our favorite balloon artist will be creating wonderful figures for the kids along with cookie decorating and face painting! Ms. Selina’s Ladybugs and Butterflies will be singing Christmas songs too. Do not forget to bring your favorite holiday dish to share with everyone. Make copies of your recipe!

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 10

ANNUAL CHRISTMAS FESTIVAL
3-5 p.m.

DEC. 11-15: Christmas

Now that we’ve explored Christmas traditions around the world, we will focus on the way Christmas is celebrated in the US and within our families.

DEC. 18-22 : Winter

It is cold outside!!! The season of winter be will introduced to the children along with ways to keep warm and have fun on cold days. Each child will need to bring a large open box for Thursday wrapped in Christmas paper as their part of the Polar express train. The children can wear their warm pajamas on Friday to take a ride on our Polar Express and enjoy Cocoa and Donuts.

KIDS COUNT WILL BE CLOSED
MONDAY DEC. 25 & TUESDAY DEC. 26

DEC 27-29: Winter Continued...

The icy areas of the North and South poles will be discussed. The art activities will focus on the wildlife of these icy regions. If your child has any "snow creatures" let them bring to class to share. (Polar bears, penguins, walruses, etc.)

CLOSED MONDAY, JANUARY 1st: NEW YEAR’S DAY


 
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