PROVIDING CHILDREN OF ALL ABILITIES WITH EDUCATIONAL AND DEVELOPMENTAL SERVICES

Make a Sensory Bin

By: Natasha Griffin, M.Ed. Family Studies, Katie Beckett Medicaid Consultant, Penfield Children’s Center Children love to learn through play. As they explore their world, they develop skills that will [...]

Moody Kids

By: Stephanie Shabangu, Penfield Children’s Center No child is happy-go-lucky 100% of the time. And, it’s important to honor all of your child’s emotions because it’s healthy to express [...]

Strengthening the Family

By: Stephanie Shabangu, Penfield Children’s Center According to fiveforfamilies.org, there are “5 strengths” that can help families weather the trials and tribulations of life. These “strengths” include assisting kids [...]

All about Colors!

By: Tina Yang, Early Head Start Teacher, Penfield Children’s Center For early learners, sorting activities are a great way to help children learn about colors. These five lessons also [...]

Volunteering with Kids

By: Ellen Anderson, Volunteer Specialist at Penfield Children’s Center When children volunteer, they learn compassion and become more aware of how they can help every day in the community. [...]