FATHER'S NIGHT

LITERACY ACTIVITIES EXTRAVAGANZA

THE MITTEN

This night is set aside for father's to spend time with their children. It is a night of activities that father's can do together with their children to support children’s literacy development: reading or telling stories together, cooking, acting out the story, saying rhymes, playing games, or making family books. Bring your family and have a night of fun with refreshments, cooking, saying rhymes, playing games, making family books, storytelling, and games.
Hello, my name is Margaret Liverman. I am the director and owner of Royalty Child Development Center. I am personally inviting all father's to come out to our extravaganza on November 6, 2013. It is a night of food, fun, reading, and game playing. HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE!!!!


ROYALY CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER

Wednesday, Nov. 6th 2013 at 10am-12pm

567 Richprint lane, Harvey Point, N.C. 27945

left on highway 98 , drive 3 miles turn right on bright way and location on left beside Dairy Queen.


LITERACY STORY INFORMATION

A children story written by Jan Brett is about a young boy named Nicki. Nicki begs his grandmother, Baba, to knit him a pair of white mittens. In spite of her warnings that he will lose them and that they will be hard to find in the snow, he insists and she finally does so.


Grandmothers noticed that he has dropped a mitten. A mole is the first to discover the mitten lying on the snow and crawls inside, followed by a snowshoe rabbit, a hedgehog, an owl, a mole, a fox, a bear, and finally, a mouse until the bear sneezes, and everyone scatters.



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THE MOLE

THE MITTEN GROUP ACTIVITY

For this story, we will create a mitten on the floor with blue masking tape. Each child is given one card from the story, and when their animal was called, they stepped into the mitten. At the end, when the bear sneezes, we all sneezed and jumped out of the mitten.


Head Start

Head Start is one of our sponsors. We are located inside of the Head Start building on Ocean Highway. We provide children breakfast, lunch, and snack. Our philosophy is keeping children our top priority and we have an open door policy. You are always welcome.