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Chessie Room- Cleaning up!

May 18, 2015 by · Leave a Comment 

The younger toddlers had an opportunity, not to just look through the door that separates our infant toddler classrooms, but to visit too!  They came over to the Betsey room to investigate the activities in the classroom.  Several of the children enjoyed using the brushes and dustpans to sweep pom-poms off the floor.  We appreciated their help!

Some of the learning opportunities that they had were: Problem-solving, moving with objects,  exploring objects and seeing things from a different viewpoint.

~Debbie, Lara, and Denise

About Denise Lechtanski
Railroad Infant/Toddler Teacher Denise Lechtanski began her career at Gretchen’s House in the summer of 2008. She worked with the school age children before becoming an Infant/Toddler Teacher. Denise is currently attending Eastern Michigan University, majoring in Special Education-Cognitive Impairment, with an Elementary Education minor. Denise spends her free time with her two daughters and her husband.

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