National Nanny Recognition Week is designed to bring awareness to the dedicated work nannies do, not for the money or perks, but for a true love of children. Do you have a beloved nanny who is a special part of your family? Learn more here: https://nnrw.org/ .
Our team is already hard at work putting together their classrooms and participating in important trainings such as this one on playground supervision. We are looking forward to a great year!
The children attending our summer program this week got to see and touch the variety of animals brought by “Pet Teacher”, Katherine, from Critter Caravan. There was a snake, a turtle, a lizard, a rabbit, and a chinchilla.
This is how we do Mud Day at our summer program…
Did you know Mud Day started as an international exchange of ideas, clothing, and friendship back in 2010? Learn more about the history of Mud Day and ways you can get in on the fun.
We are celebrating the beloved children’s author in our summer program by reading his books, making crafts related to his works, and even having a little puppet show! Here, teachers Barbara Andersen (left) and Lauren Impellizzeri (right), are using puppets to act out the story of The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle while children … Read more
Despite all the rain this week, we have plenty of ways to have fun, both indoor and out! Throughout our 7-week summer program, we have yoga with Kat Jacobs, tumbling sessions with Laura from MyGym, music sessions with Ms. Andrea Greenburg, inflatables, water play, exploration on our Nature Classroom, and so much more!
Many thanks to Anne Boehn, children’s librarian at the Cos Cob Library, for providing some fun story time activities for our children today.
Many thanks to all our wonderful families who have generous supplied us with delicious breakfasts and luncheons all week long in honor of Teacher Appreciation Week. We definitely feel the love!!