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Parent Tip of The Week: Managing Distance Learning

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Despite our current circumstances, it's still important for children to have a daily routine. Regular routines and schedules give children a sense of safety and knowing what will happen next in their day.

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If you are a family with more than one child, all this extra time at home together might be making sibling relationships a little more challenging. Arguments over toys, space and parents' attention are normal.

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April 13-17 is the week of the young child, when we celebrate our little learners, their teachers and families. To celebrate, we are hosting a spirit week for Early Learning Services families!

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Bloomington Public Schools is distributing grab and go meals at no charge during school closure, including during the stay at home order. Meals are available to all Bloomington students ages 18 and younger.

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When thinking about our youngest children and how we can best support them, it is often helpful to look to experts that have been giving parents high-quality information for many years.

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Early Childhood Family Education and all preschool classes will not participate in distance learning April 9-10. 

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Story Time with Teacher Emily!

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Even though schools are not open, we are here during this distance learning period and want to support our Early Learning families. 

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Come learn fun ways to encourage talking, singing, reading and writing with your young children at our free family literacy night from 5:30 - 7 p.m. Feb. 13 at Pond Center.

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Check out our latest Tech Tip on the importance of security, privacy and safety online.

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Families with children starting kindergarten in the 2020-21 school year are invited to attend a kindergarten open house event at one of Bloomington’s 10 elementary schools.

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