One of the first lessons we teach our children is to be kind to one another. As Earth Day approaches, we have an opportunity to encourage our kids to treat Mother Nature kindly. If we all took time to do small things to help the earth, we could make a difference. How can you and your family help? Learn to enjoy and respect Mother Nature with simple tasks like recycling, conserving water and electricity, and learning to be kind and respectful to animals and plants. Today, and each day, chat about your choices that help protect the earth. Donate time to clean up a park, plant a garden or be gentle with animals. Let the kids hear your reasons why it is important and invite them to join in the cause. You are never too old or two young to be kind to our earth.
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Some of the services we offer for parents and educators.
• At this time, we are looking for a space to hold our drop in play times.
Ages and Stages Developmental Screenings: As parents, we want to know that our child is on track developing and learning all that they can. Through the Department of Early Education and Care, we have received access to the Ages and Stages Developmental and Social Emotional Growth questionnaire. The Ages and Stages screening tool is a great way to learn more about your child’s development. You complete the questionnaire based on your child’s age in the comfort of your own home, and then return the information to the Family Resource Network. Once completed, you and a staff member can review the results and see what we can do together to help your child reach their full potential. If you have any questions, please call our office at 781-246-5187.
Childcare and Preschool Information: http://www.eec.state.ma.us/ChildCareSearch/EarlyEduMap.aspx
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