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Monday, April 4, 2011

Tot Mobile Visits Omemee Wednesday Mornings

Ontario Early Years Centre Offers Fun Rural Outreach Program

The Early Learning Centre mobile van from OEYC visits Omemee Wednesday mornings from 10 a.m. till noon and sets up their toys and children’s equipment at Trinity United Church.  This fully equipped child-based play centre offers parents, grandparents and caregivers an opportunity to escape the isolation of rural parenting while providing fun learning opportunities for their babies, toddlers, preschoolers or kindergarten-aged children. Themed learning ‘stations’ are carefully planned with specific child-learning goals, or outcomes, in mind. Here are some of the activities from their site:
  • Interactive Circle Time – See a science experiment or learn the numbers on a calendar -you never know what’ll be part of the daily circle time. Ontario Early Years program staff lead a circle each morning when the mobile van outreach site is open. Adults and children sit together in a circle to learn songs & finger plays and hear stories. Sequencing, colours, math skills, early literacy and counting are all part of the learning that takes place during the fun.
  • Field trips – Parent/child excursions are organized by OEYC staff regularly. Visit the pumpkin patch, the zoo, farms, the maple syrup bush, agricultural fair, or a giant OEYC picnic in the park. Check our website or the centres to check what’s new every season.
  • Special Guests come right to the rural outreach sites, such as dental health professionals to check your child’s baby teeth.
For more information see the calendar on their site or contact them at:
Ontario Early Years Centre , 55 Mary St. W., Suite 106, Lindsay, ON K9V 5Z6 (T) 705-324-7900 (Fax) 705-324-7902

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