La Bastille Day est un évènement organisé par l’organisation Fédération Tricolore Toronto. Cet évènement rassemble toute la communauté francophone de Toronto!
The adaptation period is a key stage in acquiring the new routine. Classes usually start in September and require a lot of energy for the child, his family and the childcare professionals.
In this new issue of l’Escale, we invite you to discuss the common challenges that this period represents, but also to suggest that you think about winning strategies that will make it possible to soften and facilitate your child’s adaptation to his new environment.
With the summer camp approaching, here is a little surprise project for the children who will participate in the LPCR summer camp!
You can print Bingo HERE!
Le Petit Chaperon Rouge wishes you a wonderful summer!
The theme of anxiety broached with children in a unique, concrete and fun way!
The show is offered by Upendo productions.
The show will be offered to children in preschool, kindergarten and school-age programs.
Virtual Summit – Children in Nature is offering free conferences from May 22 to May 28!
«Our link to nature is what seems to have been broken, damaged, erased through the past of our civilization. With this lively and nurturing nature that is still right there outside… and inside. Today we can revive it , in ourselves and for the future: let’s start with our children!
To create a balanced, harmonious human world. Root ourselves in our environment. Let’s plant these seeds in children and let them flourish with them».
For more information or to register for free, please visit their website!
This workshop is the first space where children aged 6 months to 3.5 years can socialize, accompanied by an attachment figure, such as a parent, grandparent or nanny. Its aim is to help build the parent-child bond and provide various resources.
Workshops are held at the Coxwell centre on Tuesdays and/or Thursdays from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. between March 31 and May 28, 2020.
*For further information or to register, please contact Clémence Dejardin (LPCR Resource Educator) by email at email@example.com or by phone at 647-362-2775.
This journal is written in French.
During a long journey, it is necessary to take breaks from time to time to recharge and feed oneself. This issue takes a break from the development of motor skills and the awakening of the relationship to oneself and to others. Welcome to L’Escale!
Partnership with Les Centres d’Accueil Héritage to plan intergenerational activities with children from LPCR childcare centres.
Actors from the Théâtre Français de Toronto do storytelling once a month for infants, toddlers and preschoolers in our LPCR childcare centres.
Healthy, balanced menus that have been checked and approved by a dietician.