1. Get Dirty! Enjoy nature and the great outdoors as much as possible. In school, we expose your children to different indoor sensory activities. Take advantage of the sunshine and let nature expose your children to different sensory experiences: build sand castles, walk or roll on the grass, play in the water, search for bugs, or plant veggies to get your hands dirty […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Is your child: Constantly bumping into others or objects? Uncoordinated and clumsy? Constantly chewing on a shirt/pencil? Having difficulty attending and sitting still? All of these are signs that they may be in need of additional proprioceptive input to help calm and organize their body. Heavy work activities are also called […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Here are four fun Spring activities to enjoy with your children over Spring Break, or on weekends: Play on the Playground Playgrounds offer excellent opportunities for peer interaction and movement that improves muscle strength, balance, and coordination. Take a Walk Walking is a great time to bond with your child while encouraging physical activity. Go […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Phones at Elves Child Development Centre are temporarily out of order. We will update this notification once the system has been restored. Please contact Nicole Quildon, Principal at 780.920.8764 or Keira Peyton, Special Education Supports, at 780.913.0616 should you require immediate assistance. Thank you!
First day of classes for School Program students is August 30, 2018.
First day of classes for 800 hour ECS children is September 4, 2018.
First day of classes for 475 hour ECS children is September 6, 2018.
First day of classes for 600 hour ECS children is September 10, 2018.