FREE WORKSHOP FOR PARENTS - ATELIER GRATUIT POUR LES PARENTS
4 GOING ON 5: OFF TO SCHOOL WE GO! - 4 ANS: L’AN PROCHAIN LA MATERNELLE
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FREE WORKSHOP FOR PARENTS
4 GOING ON 5: OFF TO SCHOOL WE GO!
Instructor: Lorraine Paradis How far can you go in preparing your child for kindergarten? What are the challenges that stand ahead for your child? What will be your challenges? What role does the daycare play in kindergarten readiness? What is yours?

This workshop will provide you with information on practical ways to help your children live a happy and successful school entry.

BILINGUAL
June20th 20196:00 pm to 7:30 pmÉcole Notre-Dame-de-la-Joie14 chemin du village, Luskville

DAYCARE AVAILABLE ON REQUEST
REGISTRATION:Lisa Corrigan: 819 648-2825 anim05pontiac_est hotmail.com


ATELIER GRATUIT POUR LES PARENTS
4 ANS: L’AN PROCHAIN LA MATERNELLE
Formatrice: Lorraine Paradis Préparer son enfant pour la maternelle... jusqu’où aller? Quels sont les défis que devra relever votre enfant?Ceux que vous devrezrelever? Quel est le rôle du service de garde pour la préparation à la maternelle?Quel est le vôtre?

Cet atelier fourni des pistes de réflexions et des informations portant sur des façons concrètes d’aider vos enfants à vivre une entrée scolaire heureuse et réussie.

BILINGUE 20 juin 201918h00 à 19h30École Notre-Dame-de-la-Joie14 chemin du village, Luskville

SERVICE DE GARDE DISPONIBLE SUR DEMANDE
INSCRIPTIONS:Lisa Corrigan: 819 648-2825 anim05pontiac_est hotmail.com

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