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                 WELCOME!

Welcome to The Children's Spot, "Where learning never ends!"   We are blessed with Early Childhood Educators that are well educated, professional, full of energy, and ready to spark your child's imagination so learning will be FUN and FOREVER!  Feel FREE to come and visit anytime, you do not need to make an appointment.  

The Children's Spot 

"Where learning never ends!"

UPCOMING EVENTS

Tooth Fairy visits

The Children's Spot

CONTACT US

1222 E. Debbie Lane

Mansfield, Texas  76063

817-473-0441

info@childrensspot.net

Open 6:00am-6:30pm

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We will have the tooth fairy come to our center on Thursday, February 13, 2020 at 9:00am.  She will explain all about taking care of our teeth and how important it is to brush them regularly.  She will bring us toothbrushes!  Pediatric Dentistry provides her to make sure we use proper care with our teeth.

     Presidents Day originated in 1885 in the United States when it was first celebrated as a federal holiday to honor the birthday of George Washington, commander of the Continental Army during the American Revolution and the first president of the United States.

     Today it is widely viewed as a day to celebrate all United States presidents, past and present.

     PRESIDENTS DAY 2020 IS ON MONDAY, FEBRUARY 17.

The Children's Spot will be closed on this holiday.

Spanish Class News

Wow!  The children are really enjoying Ms. Vianey and her story time with her puppets.The children now have their favorite stories and want to hear "The Three Little Pigs" and "Little Red Riding Hood" over and over again.  She reads her stories in Spanish and English and the pages come to life!  It is amazing how fast they are learning the Spanish language and really enjoying it as well.

"Ven y visitanos!"

 "Come and visit us!"

What Our Parents  Like:

1)  A bright and clean childcare.

2)  Great curriculum and education.

3)  Christian values and morals.

4)  Fresh fruit and vegetables from a farm 8 miles away!

5)  Security for their child.

6)  Open Door Policy - the owner is on site

7)  Great communication from a loving and knowledgeable staff

8)  Compassionate and responsible staff and management

9)  We look, teach, work like a Private School without the cost.

10) We want to be known as:  "Where learning never ends!"
 

FEBRUARY 14 ValentinesDay Parties at 10:00am

VALENTINE'S DAY

Each year on February 14, people exchange cards, candy or flowers with their special "valentine".  St. Valentine's Day is named for a Christian martyr and dates back to the 5th century, but has origins in the Roman holiday Lupercalia. This was the official start of their springtime.  It's thought that as part of the celebrations, boys drew names of girls from a box.

This is an annual festival to celebrate romantic love, friendship and admiration.  Every year on February 14, people celebrate this day by sending messages of love and affection to partners, family and firends.

Suggestions for Party Snacks or Favors

  • WHEAT THINS

  • TEDDY GRAHAMS

  • GOLDFISH CRACKERS

  • CHEX MIX

  • SUN CHIPS

  • RICE CAKES

 

  • STRAWBERRIES, SLICED

  • ORANGE SLICES

  • CANTELOUPE – SLICED THIN

  • WATERMELON – CHOPPED WITHOUT SEEDS

  • APPLESAUCE IN INDIVIDUAL CONTAINERS

  • GRAPES – CUT IN HALF WITHOUT SEEDS

  • BABY CARROTS

 

  • STICKERS

  • BOOKS

 

PLEASE NOTE TO YOUR PARENTS WE DO NOT ALLOW PEANUT BUTTER.

Choosing Healthy Snacks for Kids

​​While meals make up the majority of a child's nutritional intake, most children eat at least one snack per day. While many of the most commonly offered kids' snacks tend to be of lower nutritional value than meals, snacks still can support—or even enhance—your child's overall healthy eating plan. Here's how:

  • Use snack times as a way to increase fruits and vegetable intake. Most kids do not eat the recommended amount of fruits and vegetables. Snack times offer a great opportunity to increase access and exposure to these nutrient-dense foods. Consider pairing them up with dairy products or dairy substitutes (such as grapes and cheese) lean proteins (such as celery and peanut butter), or whole-grain cereals and bread (such as banana sandwich on whole grain bread).

  • Keep a range of healthy foods handy at home. It is much easier to make easy, healthy snacks when you keep a few key items stocked at home. Ideas include different types of raw vegetables and fruit, yogurt dip, hummus, and cheese sticks.

  • Avoid processed foods and added sugars. Processed foods (made in a factory and sold in bags and boxes) do not have many nutrients and often have a lot of added sugar and salt. In addition, children may become hungry faster after eating processed foods. See Snacks & Sugary Foods in School: AAP Policy Explained for more information.

  • Teach your children to eat a rainbow of colors. Arrange your children's foods to show the beauty of fresh, brightly colored foods. Talk about the farms where food comes from and the farmers who help grow it.   

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