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Help us Fill our Bins for the Kanata Food Cupboard Food Drive and earn a chance to win one of our tasty raffle baskets! http://www.kanatafoodcupboard.ca/ Your child will receive a raffle ticket for each item donated to our Food Drive at Megan’s Place. You can bring as many items as you like for several chance to win. See the Program Staff with your Non-perishable items to get your tickets and Good Luck!!!
The survey is being conducted for the City of Ottawa who is responsible for planning and managing licensed child care services in Ottawa. The survey is for parents of children 0 to 12 years of age who currently have their child(ren) in child care or expect to within the next 18 months. It asks about your personal experiences and opinions about child care services. The information will be used to improve access to quality child care services for Ottawa families. It will take you about 15 minutes to complete. Your participation in the survey is voluntary and completely anonymous. Tell…
We kicked off the Summer with a Canada Day Party for all of our families A Few Special Guests visited the programs! Here’s an example of some of the Special Guests… Check out a few of the neat places that we visited… We ended the Summer with our Annual TCP family party at the Beach!!!
Did you know that Diapers are included in our Infant and Toddler rates? The preschool rate assumes that all children entering this program will be toilet trained. Toddler’s not fully trained and moving up to preschool, and/or new preschool children starting with us will be billed at a toddler rate until they become fully toilet trained. Diapers therefore are not provided. However, we prefer not to pressure the few children who may fight this learning experience. Therefore, we will work in co-operation with the parents for a reasonable amount of time to train the child. For some handy tips on…
Did you know that it’s that time of year again when everyone seems to be getting sick? We follow the Ottawa Public Health Guidelines for Schools and Child Care Centres on Communicable Disease and Other Childhood Health Issues If you’re wondering what to do when your child isn’t quite feeling themselves, visit the link below for a few easy guidelines to follow 🙂 Guidelines for Schools and Child Care Centres on Communicable Diseases and Other Childhood Health Issues To sum it all up… any child who is ill and unable to participate fully in regular activities should be cared for at home
Do you know how easy your life could be this winter with the use of these helpful little clips? Mitten clips help to keep your little one and their mittens together! Here are a few places to purchase these helpful little tools 🙂 http://www.cartersoshkosh.ca/en_CA/carters-toddler-girl-accessories/V_4628JGA.html The Choice That Fits Please remember to label all of your children’s clothing, which includes their mitts 🙂 lol 😀
Did you know that we plan all of our children’s activities and programming based on their interests as outlined in the Ministry of Education’s Report, “How Learning Happens” Check out a sample of one of our program webs from Toddlers! http://www.edu.gov.on.ca/childcare/HowLearningHappens.pdf