We offer a wide variety of program possibilities for all the year!
In addition, you might want to consider programs for special days and seasons:
Patriotic Events...Appropriate all year, especially
Fourth of July
Constitution / Law Day
Black History [We have numerous events and celebrations of special contributions.
St. Patrick's Day
Hispanic History and Folklore
Native American Folklore [various cultural groups]
Mothers and Fathers Day
Celebrating the Sharing of Wisdom
Readiness for Learning through Active Learning (Parents Are Teachers, Too!)
The Arts and Active Learning
(Across the Curriculum and into the Home and the Community!)
Character Building and Resolving Conflict Using Story as a Springboard
Plotting and Planning – Using Storytelling and Listening to Develop Awareness and Understanding of Literary Structure
Storytelling 101 – The Basics of Finding,
Selecting, Preparing, and Presenting a Story
Using Stories to Supplement Understanding of Particular Math and Science Concepts
Math and the Arts – Math Is Much More than Counting!
Shakin’ and Music Makin’ -- Fun with Music and Rhythms
Shadow Puppets – Making and Using – the Living Page
Puppet Mania! -- Not Just Store-Bought Puppets, but “Manipulatebles” Made from things around the House
Song and Story for World Discovery -- Meet People of the World through Their Culture
Feelin’ Good About the Skin I’m In – Self-Esteem
Parents Are the First Teachers
The World of Science Meets You
Literacy Basics – Even before You Begin
Stories for Healing
Facing Fears – Using Story and Creative Drama to Understand and to Overcome Basic Fears and Anxieties
Using Picture Books to Teach Across the Curriculum (Ideas for Older Kids, too!)
Across the Curriculum Using Story and Creative Drama (Math, Science, Geography, Language Skills, Communication, etc.)
Games Are More than Fun! – Have Fun and Learn!
Stress-Busting – Managing Stress and Gaining Control
Book Reports – Being Creative about Someone Else’s Creation
Poetry Can Be Fun -- An amazing set of adventures for exploring cultures, history, social studies, emotions, apprehending creation, and . . .