International Mud Day at Children’s Village Preschool in Orange

July 1, 2018 by  
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The preschoolers and toddlers had a fun time in the mud!

World Forum International Mud Day is a day for children and early childhood professionals all over the world to celebrate nature, the glorious earth beneath our feet, and the joy of making a mess by getting really muddy.

Best Buddy Ice Cream Social at Children’s Village Preschool with a special treat made by the PreK class

June 22, 2018 by  
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Each child was able to invite their Dads or a Dad’s representative to come and enjoy an ice-cream treat during the Best Buddy Ice Cream Social at Children’s Village Preschool!  Our Pre-Kindergarten class also made a banana pudding dish for all to enjoy! 

Snack & Lunch Menu June 25 through August 17, 2018

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Pre-K Graduating Class of 2018

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We proudly present the Children’s Village Preschool of Orange class of 2018 that will be moving on to Kindergarten!  Some of our friend have been with us from Infant/Toddlers all the way to Pre-K and the staff could not be more proud!

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Happy Chinese New Year!

February 21, 2018 by  
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The preschool children celebrated Chinese New Year! Part of the celebration included making fried rice and sticky rice cakes (The children learned that in Vietnamese it’s called “banh chung”). The children helped make fried rice in the skillet and practiced eating with chopsticks. They also explored a dragon puppet while listening to Chinese music. One class made their own dragon and put on a parade for the other classes. Some children even got to take home a red envelope and a tangerine home at the end of the day.

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