Families are at the heart of supporting our youngest learners! Families are a child's first and lifelong teacher. By giving your child your time and attention, you are letting them know you care about what they are doing. Children learn best through their everyday experiences with the people they love and trust, and when the learning is fun. Creating a family bucket list is a great way to plan quality family time. Completing the family bucket list will provide a lifetime of memories.
Family Bucket List Ideas: -Play at the park -Draw with sidewalk chalk and blow bubbles -Have a family game night -Go on a family bike ride -Bake cookies -Read lots of books -Make homemade pizzas for dinner -Movie night with popcorn -Visit a zoo -Have a picnic -Plant flowers -Visit the libraryWhat's on your family bucket list?
This blog post is part of a series celebrating the Week of the Young Child. The WOYC is an annual celebration sponsored by the National Association for the Education of Young Children to focus public attention on early learning, young children, their teachers, families and communities.
Auburn High School officials introduced Milwaukee native Jason McClelland to several players and their families on Friday as their choice to lead the girls basketball program in the coming year.
The Chicagoland Summer Showcase, a boys basketball tournament featuring top talent across several states, brought in nearly $650,000 in economic activity to the region.
RPS 205 phone lines will be down for routine maintenance.
A limited number of bricks are in a pile outside the construction fence at the intersection of Union and Third streets, first come, first served.
Students and staff will promote several fundraisers in the coming months to raise money for the trip.
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