Serving The Glendale Area

Newsletter – August 2018

Learning Stars Infant Care and Preschool 

August, 2018 Newsletter

Summer, Beach, Seaside, Sea, Vacation

THEME: Summer Fun

CHARACTER: Friendship

Holidays Occasions Celebration Celebrate P

Logan —-8/4         Mia A.—- 8/11       Zoe — 8/11 


Twinkling Stars: (6 weeks to 18 months) By: Ms. Angineh, Ms. Kristine, Ms. Astghik, Ms. Karine.

Angel Baby Bottle Cute Sweet Cartoon Child

  • Numbers: 6 and 7
  • Letters: Gg and Hh
  • Colors: Pink and Green
  • Shapes: Oval
  • Songs: “An Elephant Walks Like This and That” and “My Dog”.
  • Books: “Guess How Much I love You” and “Pug’s Hugs”.
  • We will work on our hellos and goodbyes with mommies and daddies.

Little Stars: (18 months to 2.5yrs old) By: Ms. Madlen & Ms. Anna

Friends, Forever, Friendly, Card

  • Letters: ZZ and Uu
  • Numbers: 5-10
  • Colors: Green and Purpul
  • Shapes: Review all shapes
  • Songs: “Little Ducks Went Out One Day “and “Little Monkey”.
  • Books: “Little Quack’s New Friend”, “when mama comes home tonight”
  • Safety Topic: Protect our body form sun.
  • Special Activity: Our project will be all related to summer fun.

Sparkling Stars: (2.5yrs to 3.5yrs old) By: Ms. Rina and Ms. Kristine

Chocolates, Apology Gift, Smiley

  • Letters: Gg, Hh, Kk and Pp
  • Numbers:3, 2,5,6 and 7
  • Colors: Light Green and Light Pink
  • Shapes: All Shapes
  • Songs: “Because we’re Friends” and “Best FriendsGemini”.
  • Books: “How to be a Friend” and “Friends like you”.
  • Safety Topic: Use Sunscreen to protect your body form sum
  • Special Activity: Summer fun activities.

Shining Stars: (3.5yrs-5yrs old) By: Ms. Kristine and Ms. Gayane

Happy Couple Woman Man People Love Smiling

  • Letters: Gg, Rr, Ii and Oo
  • Numbers: 12,13,14 and 15
  • Colors:  Light Purple, Gray, Yellow and pink
  • Shapes: Review all shapes
  • Songs: “Because we’re Friends” and “Best FriendsGemini”.
  • Books: “Hunter’s Best Friend at School”, “I will Surprise my Friend” and “Fox Make a friend”.
  • Safety Topic: How to prevent and respond appropriately towards bullying.
  • Special Activity: We will do lots of project about summer and Friendship.
  • We will talk about how to keep your friendship safe and honest.

Water Feature: 15 Water Playgrounds and Parks with Splash Pads in LA

Remember those great summer afternoons running through a sprinkler with the neighborhood kids? Over in New England and Nebraska that’s probably still happening, but in parched SoCalwe really can’t be turning on the hose to while away a lazy afternoon. Instead, packs of puddle-loving Angeleno kids splash through the heat at parks with free and fabulous water features, like the ones below. So if a pool or a water park sounds like too much work today, cool those kids down at a splash pad!

1. Grand Park – Downtown
200 N. Grand Ave.
All year
The free interactive splash pad in the heart of the park in the heart of downtown is open all year round. Kids who find public fountains irresistible can kick off their shoes at this one with no cause to resist. With the Music Center and City Hall among your surroundings, it’s a splash pad with a definite sense of place, and a refreshing oasis in the middle of the concrete city.

10. Echo Park Lake

751 Echo Park Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90026
(213) 847-0929

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Located in central Los Angeles with a stunning view of Downtown, Echo Park Lake is a favorite destination for strolling, fishing, and picnicking. But the best part is the pedal boats available for rent.

For just $5 per kid and $10 per adult, you can paddle around the lake for up to an hour.