Munchkins January Newsletter-

Blind Bay Munchkins Blind Bay Munchkins Updates

Hot chocolate break at Dead Bear Mountain

 

Munchkin Parents!

Please click on the following link to read our JANUARY NEWSLETTER!

January Munchkins Newsletter

If you haven’t already take a minute to refresh your memory with our updated policies. (link below)

We continue to encourage everyone to follow the direction of our health authorities. Remember that your bubble is our bubble and vice versa. We do not social distance from your children, we hug them and love them as they are. We thank you for being mindful of your interactions with others as we keep each other safe as a community.

If you have any questions or concerns please reach out to Sam.

Please visit this link below for our Policies and Procedures as we navigate through the pandemic 🙂

Munchkins Updated COVID-19 Policies & Procedures

 

This guy is singing to R; She thinks hes pretty funny!

Research shows that sensory play builds nerve connections in the brains pathways, which lead to the child’s ability to complete more complex learning tasks.

The kids love riding bikes, this develops their leg muscles while increasing their coordination and balance! You should see them fly on the balance bikes. It’s amazing.

Sometimes the first step to sledding on your own is just hanging out on one and pulling it around. Lots of basic motor skills being practiced while socializing and observing friends.

 

Sledding always brings fun and memorable times. If you observe children through the whole experience you can see all the steps they have to go through to go down the hill and back up! Lots of hand eye coordination and gross motor skills being practiced here.