Miss Janine shared some favorite songs with us, incorporating music with sign language. We signed to the songs as we sang them and had fun requesting some of our favorite songs.
This morning, children across the United States welcomed individuals from their communities to join them in reading “Lots of Love” together. Mayor Cassetti came to Julia Day to read with us. “Read for the Record” is the largest shared reading experience and celebrates children’s early language and social-emotional development.
Everyone had so much fun when children’s author Rick Arruzza and his dog Dexter came to visit Julia Day. After reading a story and playing some games, the children were introduced to Dexter who was the hit of the day.
Facilitator Kathy Wilby provided information and ideas for Julia Day families at our first in a series of “Positive Parenting Solutions” Workshops in October
The Snapdragons Classroom received a visit from Seymour Ambulance and learned what an EMS worker does.
Julia Day is participating in the upkeep of the local Community Garden. Today the children took part in planting seedlings donated by Massaro Farms.
So much fun learning rhythm and coordination with Bring-the-Hoopla
This week is the Week of The Young Child which celebrates early learning, young children, their teachers, their families and communities. Today is Music Monday! Music allows children to develop their language and early literacy skills while being active. We were very excited to have Gretchen, a Viola player from the New Haven Symphony Orchestra, …
A visit with Children’s librarian, Ms Jen from the Ansonia Public Library is always lots of fun.