In our infant program, we start using baby sign language from the earliest months. Baby signs are common terms that have been modified and simplified from American Sign Language. The sign for this month is “diaper”. To sign this word place your hands near your waist. With each hand, tap your index and middle finger against your thumb repeatedly.
This month, toddlers will be continuing to work on developing and growing strong while using their muscles. Children have fun jumping, kicking and dancing as they develop their coordination and gross motor skills.
This month, your child will practice using spatial vocabulary, matching items by color and size, and sharing details about recent family events.
This month, your child will discuss major events in a story, learn about the metamorphosis of a caterpillar into a butterfly, and learn about the concept of speed.
This month, your child will continue to build addition and subtraction skills, repeat patterns of five, and follow multi-step directions.
Last Call For Summer Camp
It’s not too late to join us for summer. Please visit the front desk for a copy of our camp brochures or visit our Summer Camp Webpage.
Read Together, Talk Together
–On Mother’s Lap by: Ann Herbert Scott
–The Father Who had 10 Children by: Benedicte Guettier
-Oonga Boonga by: Frieda Wishinsky