Pumpkin Possibilities!

Some of our classrooms have been exploring pumpkins in recent weeks. Here is a sampling of the many activities completed that foster learning and skill development (science, language, math, the senses, creativity, and more) while the children are having fun: In Alex Marinis’ classroom, “We read the book "From Seeds to Pumpkins" by Wendy Pfeffer, and got some great ideas on what pumpkin patches look like. We worked together and created our own patch with lots of dirt, vines, flowers and pumpkins. The children then painted their own pumpkins and added tissue paper to make them look like "stained glass" pumpkins. They placed them on the pumpkin patch and it looked amazing!” In Helen Elliott’s c

Open House-November 18th

Good Shepherd Early Childhood Center's mission is to support children’s natural sense of curiosity, initiative, engagement, persistence, and creativity and to develop the critical thinking skills necessary to become independent and successful life-long learners. Come visit us and see how our children grow! To schedule your personal tour of our beautiful facility contact the Educational Director, Mandy Landivinec 914.591.4104 mandylandivinec@irvingtonpresbychurch.org We are housed in the extensive facilities of the Irvington Presbyterian Church. Our non-profit, non-sectarian program is based on the Common Core Foundational curriculum of New York State and promotes learning through play. GSE

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Good Shepherd Early Childhood Center  

25 North Broadway  Irvington, NY 10533

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