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  • Happy Times November Newsletter Halsey Schools Woodland Hills

    Happy Times November 2018

    Weekly Themes & Stories for November Events Bring it: 11/8 A Picture of a Fruit from a Magazine| 11/19-23 A Thanksgiving Book Surprise Parent Readers Anytime:  How would you like to be a surprise reader for our storytimes? You can schedule at your usual drop off time, pickup time or anytime in between. Don’t forget it’s a surprise, so […]

  • Teaching is fun

    Ms. Mea 10/17/18

    Interacting with children all day is exciting, creative and fulfilling. Early Childhood Development Credential, CPR & First Aid Certified I have my Early Childhood Development Credential and I am CPR & First Aid Certified. I also speak French. I’ve been teaching since 2008. A little bit about me… I was born and raised in Portland, Maine, […]

  • I Love teaching. Ms. Cheyenne

    Ms. Cheyenne 10/15/18

    Teaching makes me happy. I love being with children and sharing my smiles, laughter and knowledge. Early Childhood Development Credential, CPR & First Aid Certified I have my Early Childhood Development Credential, an AA in Social and Behavioral Sciences and I am CPR & First Aid Certified. I’m completing my BA in Early Childhood Education at California […]

  • Happy Times October 2018

    Happy Times October 2018

    Weekly Themes & Stories for October Events Surprise Parent Readers Anytime:  How would you like to be a surprise reader for our storytimes? You can schedule at your usual drop off time, pickup time or anytime in between. Don’t forget it’s a surprise, so don’t let the children in on the secret. You can come in dressed up […]

  • How to teach Sequencing

    How To Teach Sequencing

    How To Teach Your Child Sequencing Introduce & use sequencing words often Engage your child in language and discussion about their daily activities to help them understand sequencing using the basic sequencing vocabulary: First, second, third…, in front of, behind, before, after, next, first, then, last, beginning, middle, end, began, concluded, and finally.  Focus on […]