A great way to share your love is by giving blood to the American Red Cross, Little Lambs just sponsored a drive this month and we couldn't be more grateful for those who came out to support it and donate. Thank you for giving!
Babies love. It's all they know how to do, love or not love. Favorite soft food? LOVE IT. Being wet? DO NOT WANT. It isn't until they develop more that babies begin to show affections, bigger smiles, happy squealing, eyes lighting up when they recognize Mommy, Daddy, Big Brother or Sister or both! Enjoy Valentine's Day this year with a mind toward your little lamb's love and affection. It's a wonderful thing.
On this Valentine’s Day, share your love with someone else and remind them that love does save lives! That's what makes Little Lambs the best, we love our staff, parents and children like they're family.
Don’t you just LOVE your big brother?
There's nothing quite like a big brother or sister for an infant. The bond that forms between an older sibling and a baby can be a powerful thing and add a whole extra level of comfort, safety and experience to their world.
Don’t you just LOVE Mr. McG??? Here is a mural of Mr. McG way back when he taught music at Knapp School! Our Little Lambs Alumni just LOVE to see Mr. McG every day there.
-The Big Lamb
We are sad to be saying goodbye to our dinosaur friends until next January!
Thunder Lizards grazed and hunted all around us for a whole month, but now we've got to look forward to February. Bye Bye Dinosaurs! We'll miss you.
- The Big Lamb
Love Saves Lives was the theme for the March for Life on January 19th. The right to life is granted in our constitutional rights, support the born alive act and pain capable bills, let YOUR love save lives!
- The Big Lamb
This week the toddlers are learning about letter L. Learning letters for toddlers can be a tedious task. Children learn in many different ways, some are visual, some are auditory and some are hands on! Learning through a game can make all the difference. Our toddlers enjoy many different educational games during circle time. Sometimes if they are up and moving and having fun children are more willing and open to the information and the recall can be more attainable. One of the the games we enjoyed this week was “Letter Search” where once we identify a letter, everyone has the opportunity to find it around the classroom. Children feel such a sense a pride when they are successful! So let’s have fun learning while we play!
- Miss Jen
On Martin Luther King Day, The Big Lamb is celebrating the work of DR. ALVEDA KING, look her up on Wikipedia! We salute her work in defending the most defenseless of all of us.
-The Big Lamb
What a great way to start a STEM year at Little Lambs. This week, we've spent a lot of time learning about the kinds of dinosaurs but more than that; we've learned about Paleontology. That's Science at its finest, using technology and science to uncover new forms of Dino life out there in the ground all over the world. THEN using Engineering to dig it up and math to find out just how old it is and where it came from.
We spent a little time watching a docu-series called Planet Dinosaur! It taught us that Paleontologists don't just uncover fossils and learn all about them but also use computers to bring these great lizards back to life for us to observe. It's a wonderful series, but there is a little bit of Saurus on Saurus violence. It was a big, dangerous world back then. Dino Lives Matter though and everyone in the Preschool/Pre-K group agrees, that's why Paleontology is such an important science. Plus, Dinosaurs are so cool.
Welcome to Little Lambs Life!