Thank you to the Clay County Extension Services and Diane Dodge for coming and demonstrating proper hand washing techniques and letting the children see where they left germs after hand washing.
The monkey class at CCDC is learning about insects and spiders. We have learned that spiders have 8 legs and are arachnids, they spin webs from silk. This week the monkey class made their own web using yarn. The children enjoyed working together.
Dinner with Dads was a great success last night at Corning Child Development. Thank you so much to everyone who came.
Our Preschoolers have enjoyed learning about the process of caterpillars growing into butterflies!
Thank you to all our parents who came out for Dinner With Dad! We would also like to give a big thank you to Rick Tate for speaking about the importance of father engagement. Great evening at BRCDC!
Corning Child Development Kindergarten Walk/Tour
?The Precious Pandas went on a buggy ride Friday, looking for Easter flowers. The kids loved getting to hold and smell the flowers they found as they explored the neighborhood with Mrs. Ashley and Ms. Katie.?
The Dino-Pal class at Black River Child Development Center would like to thank students from the Imboden Charter School who came and read Dr. Seuss books to the class.