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‘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.

Read the rest of this story in this week’s Southside Sentinel at newstands throughout the county or subscribe to an online PDF subscription.

posted 01.09.2013

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