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Thank you for your Harvesters donations! The food collected will help feed hungry families, children, and seniors in our region. The last day to donate will be Friday, November 12th!  

Easing Separation Anxiety

A message from the Love and Logic Institute: Over the years, many parents have asked me about how to deal with separation anxiety. Now that many young children have spent more time than usual at home over the past year or so, this concern seems to be more common and, in some cases, the separation […]

Marking Milestones

Have you ever wondered about your child’s development? You can download the CDC Milestone Tracker App and see where your child is developmentally! https://www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/actearly/milestones-app.html 

Spirit Week

Monday, June 28th Wear an American Flag shirt! Tuesday, June 29th Wear stars! Wednesday, June 30th Wear stripes! Thursday, July 1st Wear sparkly or bright shirt!  Friday, July 2nd Wear red, white, and blue today! Monday, July 5th   Little Learners CLOSED!!

Kindergarten in Kansas

The Kansas State Department of Education has published a helpful resource for parents.  Kindergarten in Kansas is a booklet for families of young children ages 4 to 6 years old.

Hot Chocolate Talk

In support of National Child Abuse Prevention Month, Committee for Children’s Hot Chocolate Talk® campaign is here to help you with free child-protection resources. While early data shows that reports of abuse have dropped during the pandemic, experts are concerned that abuse may actually be increasing. You can help protect children with tools to establish […]

Early Childhood Mental Health

The Family Conservancy has provided an Early Childhood Mental Health newsletter with valuable information for parents.  A link for the newsletter is below.  In this issue, we are reminded that “breathing deeply can help us to slow down our thoughts and move through our big emotions like sadness, anger and fear. Breathing moves us up […]

Parent Resource

Are you looking for ways to help your child practice early literacy and math skills? Our  Parent Resource for Childhood Connections offers several activities for your child to develop these skills while having fun with you!

Holly Jolly Week

Monday, December 14th Red/Green Day! Tuesday, December 15th Shiny/Bright Star Day! Wednesday, December 16th Christmas Sock Day! Thursday, December 17th Santa Hat Day! Friday, December 18th Pajama and Slippers Day!