|Fri, Sep 6 - Oct 18|
The Deer Valley Unified School District’s Family Resource Center in partnership with First Things First, provides support to strengthen families. DVFRC offers education, prevention, and awareness by coordinating existing programs and services to meet the needs of families with children ages birth through five. In support of this mission, the center empowers our parents and caregivers to become educators themselves, and join in the joy of their child’s learning during the early developmental years.
ZumbiniZumbini® was created by Zumba® and Babyfirst for kids ages 0-4, the Zumbini® program combines music, dance and educational tools for 45 minutes of can't-stop, won't-stop bonding, learning and fun! Each family will receive one bundle that includes; 20 original songs, taking home the same music you heard in class to listen at home or in the car!You will also receive a songbook which includes song lyrics, with fun animations that go with the songs and a plush toy, a little treat for your little one. Rosemarie Strout has over 12 years experience working with children in Early Childhood Development as a Developmental Specialist and Early Head Start Teacher. She has combined her love of dance, music and child development to bring you and your little one an amazing fun filled 6 week Zumbini® experience. Join her in a session that is coming to your location!!Please note this is a six week series and it is required that you attend all six sessions, so please do not register if you feel you will not be able to make all six in the series. Thank You
Arizona Science CenterLittle learners, big possibilities! Arizona Science Center's Science on Wheels is visiting Copper Creek! They bring hands-on Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (S.T.E.M.) experiences that are aligned with Developmentally Appropriate Practice, National Association for the Education of Young Children recommendations for high quality programs, Arizona Early Learning Standards, and Teaching Strategies GOLD. Our child-centered programs provide opportunities for children to deepen their learning connections, practice higher order thinking skills, and build their knowledge about the world around them. The program can also support school-ready skills such as problem-solving, communication, persistence, and confidence.