‘Discovery Days’ sessions begin Jan. 26
|Kindergartner Anna Fox, recognizing that a leopard’s spots provide it perfect camouflage for the grasslands of Africa, prepares to toss the animal through the continent cutout during a “Me on the Map” habitat sorting game. Assisting her are students Celden Hornsmith and Wynne Smith, and teacher Kenzie Manetz.|
Looking for a fun and creative hands-on experience for your child on a cold Saturday winter morning? Chesapeake Academy will host three “Discovery Days” this winter as a means to bring early childhood and elementary school families in the community together with enriching age-appropriate art, science, math, movement and music activities centered around popular children’s literature or a specific theme.
“Discovery Days are free and guaranteed to be a fun and memorable way to spend a winter morning with your child in a warm classroom environment in the company of other children and families,” said a program spokesperson.
Space is limited so families are encouraged to register early by calling the school at 438-5575. A child does not have to attend Chesapeake Academy to participate in Discovery Days.
For additional information or to reserve a space for your child to attend any or all Discovery Day events, call Chesapeake Academy at 438-5575. Space is limited, so please register early.
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