Dropping a child off to school for the first time can be a traumatic experience for both the child
Is your child ready for Kindergarten? Is Kindergarten ready for your child? Please join Dana Gorman for The Kindergarten Journey, an informative,
Preschoolers are often dare-devils and thrill-seekers who naturally test the limits of what’s possible at home, at school and on
Discovering a card or personal letter among the usual stack of bills and promotional mailings is often an unexpected treat.
In the Threes, we recently found artistic inspiration in the work of Louise Nevelson, an American sculptor known for her monumental monochromatic wall
Big news in The Twos: this week we finished our Jackson Pollock-inspired paintings!
The idea for this month-long project was born when a child accidentally dripped some paint on the floor and noticed how it splattered… then, excited by the result, did it again.
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[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Within the 19th century, former carriage house of the Lockwood Mathews mansion in Norwalk resides the Center for Contemporary Printmaking
[vc_row][vc_column width=”2/3″][vc_column_text disable_pattern=”true” align=”left” margin_bottom=”0″]In advance of this year’s Art Show (June 4-7) Meighan Morrison, Lillian August interior designer, offers
[vc_row][vc_column width=”2/3″][vc_column_text]Tucked between Peachwave and the Gym Source on Post Road in Westport is The Art Studio Connecticut, a collaborative
Our project started after we read “Dear Zoo” by Rod Campbell – during story time everyone had a great time guessing which animal was behind the flaps. We acted out the story in small groups, taking turns watching each other.
The CCNS Fun Run and Family Day was created by a group of parents who truly believe in fitness, health, and involving the whole family in a healthy lifestyle. CCNS really believes in families playing together, so the creators of this event thought this was the perfect complement to that mission.
Although the block center is always open during our free choice play time during the day, the materials that are placed in the center often change for variety. Another way we intentionally plan in this center is to provide challenges to the children to bring their learning to another level.
CCNS ‘sophisticated’ art show turns 50 Meg Barone June 5, 2012 A little red schoolhouse in the Rowayton section of