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As a former kindergarten teacher and current preschool assistant, I’m excited to bring to you... Miss Megan’s Camp Kindergarten! In this time of uncertainty and little structure, let’s add a little routine in our kids’ lives. Starting Monday, March 16th, I will Facebook Live a “Morning Meeting” to get your 3-7 year old’s day started! We will do calendar, counting, days of the week, months of the year, weather, morning message, letter(s) of the day, some guitar playing, and we…Find out more »
After over 10 years of offering energetic, playful, interactive, and educational music classes for little ones, we're going virtual! So what can you expect in our virtual music classes? Each virtual music class is packed full of creative and unique songs and rhymes, specifically written or selected to target developmental skills of toddlers from 16 months - 3 years. (Siblings welcome at no charge. One registration per household). What makes the songs so unique? As a 5th generation musician, a…Find out more »
Learn everything you ever wanted to know about gardening in this fun and informal class. Each week’s class will tackle what you should/could be doing in your yard and garden that week. From seed starting to composting, pruning to troubleshooting. Leave class with concrete solutions to your problems while having a lot of fun. Your class instructor is Amanda Thomsen, lifelong gardener, professional landscaper, master urban farmer and author of the book and blog, Kiss My Aster. Amanda specializes…Find out more »
After over 10 years of offering energetic, playful, interactive, and educational music classes for little ones, we're going virtual! So what can you expect in our virtual music classes? Each virtual music class is packed full of creative and unique songs and rhymes, specifically written or selected to target developmental skills of children 3 years and up. (Siblings welcome at no charge. One registration per household). What makes the songs so unique? As a 5th generation musician, a Northwestern alum…Find out more »
DuSable Museum offers special pricing to Chicago residents and students! The DuSable Museum of African American History is free every Tuesday.Find out more »
Bring the little ones in for a healthy snack and a good story! Kids Club Story Time every Tuesday at 10am. One of our friendly team members will read outloud a popular children's book while you sit back and enjoy a cup of coffee. Age appropriate 2-5yrs old. Story Time is held out on our front patio and parental supervision is requested.Find out more »
Music and movement for minis! While we are all at home and on different “routines”, I would love to share the joy of music with your little ones! Join me on Tuesdays and Thursdays 10am CST. 🎶🎵🎶Find out more »
Missing Sports? So are we! If you are you looking for a way to get your kids active during the next few weeks, join us LIVE while we bring you daily instruction on our Core Sports of Basketball, Flag Football, Baseball, and Soccer. All of the drills will require little to no equipment other than a ball. We will go LIVE on our Facebook Page every weekday beginning this Monday at 10:00am CST for a 15-20 minute Practice Plan you…Find out more »
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