CP Birth to School Programs
Infants and Toddlers "Baby" (ages 0-2): A 45-minute playgroup for children ages 0-2 along with their caregivers. Fun developmental activities are provided that encourage sensory exploration and early learning in a safe environment.
Preschoolers "Mini" (ages 3-5): A 75-minute program for children ages 3-5 along with their caregivers. This time includes story/circle time, early learning and art activities, as well as cooking activities.
*NEW* Learn Through Play (previously "playgroup) (ages 0-5): An evening program for children ages 0-5 along with their caregivers. This extended-time (120-minutes) group allows families to “come when you can; leave when you need to” and participate in developmentally appropriate & thematic activity stations, which provide a variety of hands-on learning experiences through play.
Music and Movement (ages 0-5): A 45- minute program for children ages 0-2 ("Baby") along with their caregivers and a 60-minute program for children ages 3-5 ("Mini") along with their caregivers, bi-monthly. This time includes singing, dancing, and playing instruments as well as movement activities that build fine and gross motor skills, encourage listening, and help develop turn-taking and social skills.
Kindergarten Readiness Series (for children entering kindergarten next year): A 60-minute playgroup for children coming to kindergarten next year along with their caregivers. Each meeting includes fun learning activities to help children and caregivers prepare for kindergarten and meet future classmates.
Early Literacy Group (ages 0-5): A 4-session series for caregivers with children ages 0-5. Caregivers will learn about how to boost early brain and language development through everyday interactions.
Caregiver Café: A 60-minute time for caregivers to unwind with a snack and chat with other caregivers. This time will be provided to share resources others use within the community and to get information on a variety of child development topics.
CPCSC Birth to School Webpage: You are here now. Links to websites, apps, and ways to assess and enhance your child’s development will be available. Visit often to see what new resources have been added!