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February 19, 2013 > Parent & Me: Literacy Jamboree

Parent & Me: Literacy Jamboree

Submitted By Rebecca Rose

With spring approaching, many new parents are looking for fun and new ideas to enjoy with their children. Parent & Me: Literacy Jamboree will introduce you and your child to the importance of exposure to literature at a young age, while providing socialization with other families.

Accompanied by a parent/caregiver your pre-schooler (age 3-5 years) will be introduced to an educational program focusing on kindergarten-readiness and enhancing your child's social and emotional development. Throughout the session parents and children will experience fun, learning activities, art projects, constructive play time, music and story time. Our goal is to help you learn how critical your child's social emotional development is to their academic success and provide information and/or tools to support them through this phase of development.

Parents and caregivers will enjoy informative adult conversations and learn about the different resources available in the community through workshops. This new FREE program meets twice weekly for one hour and 15 minutes. We hope you can join the fun!

Please register early as classes fill very quickly. For more information, call (510) 675-5642.

Parent & Me
Code: 51887
Tuesday/Thursday: Mar 5 - Mar 18
1:00 p.m. - 2:15 p.m.
Holly Community Center
31600 Alvarado Boulevard, Union City

Code 51888
Tuesday/Thursday: Apr 9 - May 2
1:00 p.m. -2:15 p.m.
Holly Community Center
31600 Alvarado Boulevard, Union City

Code 51889
Tuesday/Thursday: May 7 - May 30
1:00 p.m. - 2:15 p.m.
10th Street Community Center
33948 10th Street, Union City

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