Tummy time is an important part of your baby’s early motor development. It builds strength in the head, neck and upper body that your child will need as they learn to lift their head, crawl, pull to stand and more. It is an early “building block” in your baby’s motor skills. If your baby has a hard time on their tummy, here are some strategies you can try at home to make this activity more enjoyable for you and your child: https://youtu.be/l92nSfWiO1Y
The Fort St. John Early Years Centre, in partnership with the Family Friendly Coalition, wants to learn about the experiences of families raising children in our community. The information collected will be used to improve access and information to services, or potentially create new services where they may be missing.
If you would like to provide feedback you can access the survey online at
There will also be a link on www.fsj.familyfriendlycommunity.org and FSJ’s Family Friendly Early Years Facebook Page.
If you have any questions regarding this survey please contact Crystal at firstname.lastname@example.org or 250-785-3200 ext. 230.
Clearview Elementary hosts a StrongStart program every Thursday morning from 9 am – 12 pm. StrongStart is a free, drop-in early learning program for children ages 0-5 and their parent or caregiver. Pam Essensa, our Early Childhood Educator, is back this fall to welcome you and your pre-schoolers. Healthy snacks are provided and gym time is from 11:30 – 12:00. Bring inside shoes to wear! First time families need to bring a birth certificate for each child to register.
The September Early Learning Calendars are up at www.earlylearning.prn.bc.ca . For all kinds of great opportunities have a look. You can also follow Early Learning updates on the School District 60 Facebook page and on their own twitter account @SD60EarlyLearn