45091 Research Place, Ashburn, VA 20147
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Now that the warmer weather is here to stay, you and your family will be spending much more time outdoors. One of the dangers of being outdoors is ticks. The website Parent Squad offers tips on protecting your family from ticks this season. Click below for tips:
parentingsquad.com Thanks to a particularly mild winter, our backyards and woods are now teeming with ticks, those tiny little buggers that carry
Arguments between siblings and other children are part of your child’s development. It’s difficult to see your young child yelling at another, but it’s essential for your child to experience conflict so that they can begin to develop problem-solving skills.
We organize many STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, & Math) based events throughout the year to build connections and relationships within our School and within the community. Our STEAM curriculum teaches children to collaborate, communicate, be creative and think critically, which are 21st century skills that are necessary skills no matter what career path the children choose later on in life.
The Goddard School in Ashburn, VA was selected by Congresswoman Barbara Comstock to recognize our School’s STEAM curriculum and activities. Her office invited our entire Kindergarten class for a visit of the U.S. Capitol. We were absolutely thrilled for this once in a lifetime experience.
When the Kindergarten children meet with Congresswomen Comstock she recognized each one of them as STEAM learners with a Certificate. The children presented her with a poster created by them to thank her and showed her photos of them engaged in STEAM activities. Afterwards, the students toured the U.S. Capitol building.
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hosted-p0.vresp.com As you know, we organize many STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art & Math) based events throughout the year to build connections and relationships within our School and within the community. Our STEAM curriculum teaches children to collaborate, communicate, be creative and think critically,…
The Week of the Young Child is an annual celebration sponsored by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), the nation’s largest organization of early childhood professionals. The purpose of the Week of the Young Child is to focus public attention on the needs of young children and their families and to support the early childhood programs and services that meet those needs.
During Week of the Young Child we celebrated this special week through the following fun-filled activities.
CHILDREN HELPING CHILDREN: Families donated new toys and puzzles. They were taken to Inova Loudoun Hospital’s pediatric ward in Ashburn.
WHAT MAKES ME SPECIAL BOOK: Parents completed a “what makes me special?” form about their child(ren). Teachers created a “What Makes Me Special Book” which they read to their class during circle time.
CLASS DECLARATION/ KINDERGARTEN CLASS READINGS:
Each classroom created a class declaration. Teachers asked the students what's so great about coming to school and recorded their answers to display. Kindergarten children read to the other classes throughout the day.
PAJAMA DAY/PIZZA PARTY: We had a school wide pajama party and the children had pizza served for lunch.
MAGIC SHOW/ ICE POPS: The children enjoyed a magic show in the morning. For afternoon snack the children were served ice pops in each classroom to celebrate each child.
The site, Family Education, offers 10 Ways to Improve Your Child’s Reading Skills. It’s important that parents find creative ways to encourage and improve their child’s reading skills. Family Education offers some great suggestions and some clues on what to look for when reading with your kids. Click below to read the article.
familyeducation.com Improve your child's reading skills with these homework help tips.
Preschool is the time to prepare your child for elementary school. You may wonder how play fits into the preschool setting, but even though a preschool day is jammed packed, it’s important to make time for play.
No one wants to see their child fail at something but you need to remember that kids can learn from failure. This article gives some great tips to help your child along this bumpy road. Click here to read more.
parenting.com No one wants their kids experience failure, but it's one of the most important life lessons you can teach them. Here's why, and how to teach failure gracefully
It’s spring and your child may be ready for their first bike. Here are a few tips on selecting the right bike.
Preschool benefits children, their families and their communities. Children in quality preschool programs show improvements in the development of social skills and are more proficient in areas such as following directions, waiting turns, problem-solving, joining in activities and relating to teachers and parents.
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