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  • Building Literacy through Reading
    by Caitlin Pisa - Curriculum Director on May 10, 2016 at 3:56 pm

    Reading books aloud is the most essential way to build literacy and language skill while simultaneous offering a great bonding experience between adults and children. way of It is important that children experience positive interactions with print and stories early on in their development, this will lead to love and […]

  • Dramatic Play and Its Importance on Development
    by Caitlin Pisa - Curriculum Director on March 7, 2016 at 7:07 pm

    Dramatic play is an essential part of early childhood education. It is a space where children can express themselves, act out situations that are familiar to them and allow their imaginations to take over. Early Childhood Education News provides great insight to the important aspects of dramatic play that are essential to […]

  • Tips for a Picky Eater
    by Caitlin Pisa - Curriculum Director on January 5, 2016 at 12:58 pm

    As important as meal time is, it can also be a frustrating one for parents. You put tons of thought and time into meal planning and preparation with the result sometimes ending with a full-plate, an unhappy child, and frustration on your end. For childcare providers, children are not as happy when they are hungry […]

  • Process Focused Art Work
    by Caitlin Pisa - Curriculum Director on December 2, 2015 at 1:23 pm

    Developmentally appropriate experiences are an essential part to early childhood development. Children must be exposed to aspects of play that encourage them to problem solve, investigate and be creative. Art is a great way to provide children with these experiences. When children are engaging in artistic play it is […]

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Dramatic play at its best! This may appear as children just having fun, BUT these children are using role play to enhance their social-emotional skills, strengthen their communication abilities, and develop fine motor skills. ... See MoreSee Less

Dramatic play at its best! This may appear as children just having fun, BUT these children are using role play to enhance their social-emotional skills, strengthen their communication abilities, and develop fine motor skills.

A play tent is a great way to allow your child's imagination to run wild. A tent can transform into a castle, a house of their own, a hidden chamber or whatever they set their minds to be. Providing opportunities for your child to play with others in a tent encourages them to socialize and cooperate with each other for extended play. ... See MoreSee Less

A play tent is a great way to allow your childs imagination to run wild. A tent can transform into a castle, a house of their own, a hidden chamber or whatever they set their minds to be. Providing opportunities for your child to play with others in a tent encourages them to socialize and cooperate with each other for extended play.

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A special thanks to Andrew, a Boy Scout, who came to talk to the preschool group about being a Boy Scout and camping. The children loved his visit and all of the information he provided. ... See MoreSee Less

A special thanks to Andrew, a Boy Scout, who came to talk to the preschool group about being a Boy Scout and camping. The children loved his visit and all of the information he provided.

Old Forge Center

701 S. Main St. Old Forge, PA 18518
Phone: 570-457-1799
Fax: 570-451-3304

Pittston City Center

3 Mill St. Pittston, PA 18640
Phone: 570-655-1012
Fax: 570-655-1042

Exeter Center

1069 Wyoming Ave. Exeter, PA 18643
Phone: 570-299-5823
Fax: 570-299-5828