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CDLS Summer Programs registration now open

By Norwalk Community Project

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Registration is now underway for the Norwalk Community College Child Development Laboratory School’s Summer Program, to begin in June.

In partnership with Stepping Stones Museum for Young Children, the CDLS will offer a summer program for pre-school children ages 3-5 from June 20 through July 29, 2011.

The summer program is open to the public and consists of three two-week sessions, to meet from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Session I (“Butterflies”) is from June 20-July 1. Children will explore the world of butterflies and other insects. The fee is $400.

Session II (“Color Mixing”) is from July 5 –July 15. Children will investigate color and create a whole new way to color their world. The fee is $380.

Session II (“Our Senses”) is from July 18- July 29. Children will discover how their body works by engaging in activities that stimulate their senses. The fee is $400.

With support and curriculum enhancement from Stepping Stones Museum for Children, the CDLS will provide active, hands-on learning experiences. Children will grow in the areas of social, emotional, physical and cognitive development. Activities will include creative art, large and small motor skills, musical experiences, science and math activities, language skills, literature, dramatic play and opportunities to promote positive social interactions

The summer staff faculty include NCC teachers, Stepping Stones staff, and supervised college students majoring in early childhood education.

The program is fully licensed under Day Care Regulations by the Connecticut Department of Public Health in Hartford and accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children in Washington, D.C.

Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis to children who will be at least three years old by December 31, 2011.

A 10 percent tuition discount will be given to children signed up for all three sessions. A minimum class size of 10 children must be met for each session to run.

For more information, contact Catherine Neiswonger at (203) 857-7143 or

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