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Fire Safety

Fire safety week is a week observed every October in commemoration of the Great Chicago Fire that occurred between October 8th-10th in 1871. This year, Fire Safety week falls on October 6th and ends October 12th. During this week, it is very important that families go over the evacuation plans, and if you don’t have […]

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Music and Movement

Music and movement plays a very important role in a child’s development. It has many benefits including social, mental and physical development and language growth. Group music class helps develop and refine children’s social skills, and here at the Cathance Children’s Center we are lucky to be able to offer enrolled children music class with […]

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Sensory Play

Birth to early childhood is a time when children are growing, learning, and developing at a very rapid pace. It is our job as your children’s caregivers to support them and provide opportunities for them to do this every day. One of the ways we support this is through something called sensory play. Using their […]

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Closing Early 8/17/18

Good morning, everyone! Just a friendly reminder that the Children’s Center will be closing at 4:30pm on Friday, August 17th so our staff can attend the annual company picnic. Please arrange early pick up for you child that day. Our normal hours (7:00am-5:30pm) will resume on Monday, August 20th. Have a great day!

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Playdough and Fine Motor Development

Children of every age are constantly learning and growing each day. As teachers, it is our job to help guide and lead your child the best we can. One of the skills that children need to learn are fine motor skills. Fine motor skills are all the movements made by the small muscles in the […]

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Why STEM?

You may have heard the term “STEM” a lot lately, but what does it mean? STEM stands for science, technology, engineering and math and has become increasingly popular in early childhood education. Birth through age five are the most critical years in neurological and brain development and fostering an interest early on is crucial and […]

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The Leprechaun Came Early

We were visited by a sneaky little leprechaun. He didn’t leave behind any gold but he did make a comfortable spot for Mom and baby. We are so happy that we can provide a soothing spot for our nursing mothers to spend time with their babies during the work day.

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