We are looking forward to starting our
Parent Infant Toddler Playgroup
tomorrow from 10-11:30
ASL Family to follow 11:30-12:00
We’ll share strategies about how to introduce, use, or expand language in both
ASL and spoken English while playing
Hide and Seek like games in your daily activities.
Please join us and spread the word about our fundraiser.
Tickets can be purchased at the PIT playgroup or by contacting…
Amy Hunt (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Corri Saunders (email@example.com)
or Karen Hopkins!
We have been having a great time at P.I.T. this session, as new friendships are being made and families are supporting each other.
The past few weeks, we have been focusing on WINTER. Winter involves many extra processes and routines that provide great language opportunities. We discussed the new vocabulary involved in just getting dressed to go outside (hat, mittens, boots, scarf, cold, snow).
We have winterized our play space as well. The children have had fun building with the ‘snow blocks’, singing songs about winter clothes and reading books about snow. Our sensory table was a hit too, filled with cotton balls, white felt and colorful ‘snowflakes’.
Please join us on Wednesday Mornings from 10 – 11:30 am for more winter language fun! Contact us if you have any questions! 207-781-6210
BUNDLE UP and JOIN US!
Parent Infant Toddler Program Winter Session
January 8- March 5 (no session 2/19)
ASL Family to follow 11:30-12
We look forward to seeing everyone and meeting new families. Feel free to contact us with any questions!!
firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Please Join Us For a PIT Outing…
Where: PEEK-A-BOO PLAY CENTER
90 Bridge St, Westbrook, ME 04092
When: Saturday December 14, 2013
Time: 10:00- 12:00
Cost: $4.50 per child over 12 months- parents free
** Please Remember Socks for ALL!!
**If cost is prohibiting your family from joining please let us know.
Let us know if you plan on attending and we’ll keep an
eye out for you (:
Amy Hunt – firstname.lastname@example.org
Corri Saunders- email@example.com
The book Baby Messy, Baby Clean, was a perfect choice for engaging the children this week. There were many funny pictures of messy babies that the children (and their parents) could relate to. There were few words in this book, but many many descriptive pictures. We listened and watched the story, discussing all of the extra vocabulary.
There were many opportunities for the children to practice the language around bath time with their play. We had conversations around the value of naming an item or word, but then also expanding it, to model using it properly in a phrase or sentence.
“Washcloth”… “We can put the soap on the washcloth”
“Its a duck”… “The duck is swimming in the water”