Nashoba Community Partnerships for Children is funded through the Coordinated Family & Community Engagement grant from the Massachusetts Department of Early Education and Care. For more information, visit their web site at: www.mass.gov/eec
Lots of events in Bolton, Lancaster and Stow. Click on link for more details:
Monthly Parenting Series:
Educating the Heart- Wednesday, January 11, 2017-
Florence Sawyer School Library, 100 Mechanic Street, Bolton 6:30 P.M. - 8:00 P.M.
"To educate the mind, without educating the heart is no education at all," according to Aristotle. Read more
Educational Enrichment or Mind Numbing Addiction- Thursday, March 9, 2017
Florence Sawyer School Library, 1000 Mechanic Street, Bolton 6:30 P.M. - 8:00 P.M
In this screen saturated world, we need to ask ourselves how best to manage the quality and quantity of technology in our children's lives. This session does that. Read more
Upcoming Parenting Series:
April 12- The Truth about Hard and Difficult Topics
May 10- Engaging Risk
Let's Move Playgroup - Emerson School- 50 Mechanic Street, Bolton, MA
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Every Child Ready to Read at your Library
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Nashoba Community Partnership for Children Clipboard:
Special Olympics- Young Athletes 6 wee Fall Session: October 12-November 16 Wednesdays: 4-5 PM..... Read more
Lancaster Parents- Free Books and Toys!
If you are a parent of a 16 month to 4 year old child and live in Clinton or Lancaster you may be eligible for the Parent Child Home Program a special parenting program that will help prepare your child for later success in school. For more information please contact Linda Weene at 978-365-4217 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Let's Move Playgroup- Children love to move and need physical activity to support healthy development. For schedule and more information- Read More....
Every Child Ready to Read - Your public library is partnering with the Nashoba Reigonal School district and the Community Partnership for Children to implement kindergarten readiness activities for parents and children. For schedule and more information- Read More....
Early literacy tips for parents from text4baby.org
Beginning today, parents who have signed up for the Text4baby service will receive early language development messages beginning from their baby's 9th week of development, and every other week therafter until their baby turns one. To access even more early learning tips and information, visit www.talkingisteaching.org
Ages and Stages Questionnaire
Are you interested in finding out more about your child's development? We have Parent Questionnaires that can be completed by you at home. The questionnaire includes questions about how your child is doing in important ares of development. Read More...
Early Childhood Transition Brochure: Read More:
Families Learn & Grow Together Guide: For the guide from the Massachusetts Department of Early Education and Care Read more...
National Association for the Education of Young Children For Families (NAEYC)
Area Parent Playgroups
Bolton Mother's Group
This playgroup meets weekly at various locations. For more information contact: Stephanie Schneider at Stephanie.email@example.com
Let's Move Playgroup
This playgroup is sponsored by Nashoba Community Partnership for Children and funded by the MA Dept. of Early Education and Care. This playgroup is free and open to everyone caring for young children and infants through preschool age. The playgroup will meet at the Emerson School Gym on designated dates. For more information contact: Cynthia Maxfield at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Stow Area Parents Network(SAPN)