Best of Parenting 2020

Jul 29, 2020

Be Our Guest

Hello and Welcome to Cafe AoCS...

This week we have enjoyed some time in the kitchen! We have read books about our favorite foods, we had a classroom cook off challenge and we also shared some of our favorite recipes. Our T1 class was ready to take our reservations and serve us up some tasty treats. We enjoyed some very tasty shortbread cookies, we sampled strawberry short cake from our T2 class, in PK1 they served up a delicious marshmallow rice krispie treat with a side of pudding, strawberries, bananas and cool whip. Our PK2 class assembled and baked up a spinach, pepperoni and cheese pizza that was amazing!! Even our infants participated as some of the cutest chef's we have ever seen. We hope you enjoyed your visit to Cafe AoCS!!


Jul 16, 2020

Imagine Who We Can Be

This is our week of imagination! We had all sorts of characters here on Monday. From princesses to superheroes, we even saw a Pirate.  This has been a great week to see how imaginative we can be.

Jul 7, 2020

Mud Day 2020

Mud Day was such a blast! Our kids had so much fun getting messy! Ms. Robin's PK2 class made their own mud puddles and loved jumping in them.  Playing in the mud is a great sensory activity for children and can really allow their imaginations to run wild!  We love having MUD DAY and hope you love our pictures as well!

Jun 30, 2020

Happy 4th of July!

Happy Independence Day 2020

With Independence Day coming up, we thought we would share some fun facts. We hope you all have a wonderful celebration and a Happy 4th of July!

4th of July Fun Facts 
  • Independence Day is celebrated every year in the United States on the Fourth of July.
  • The liberty bell weighs 2080 pounds and its circumference is 12 feet.
  • The Declaration of Independence was written by Thomas Jefferson.
  • On July 4, 1776, the Continental Congress adopted the Declaration of Independence that gave freedom to all who lived in the United States.
  • The Declaration of Independence was first read to the public in Philadelphia, where it was celebrated with bells that rang all night long.
  • Twelve of the thirteen original colonies approved the final draft of the Declaration of the Independence.
  • The first Independence Day celebration took place on July 4, 1777.
  • On the 4th of July, we celebrate the birthday of the United States.
  • People celebrate the 4th of July by going to picnics, parades and firework shows.
  • In 1941, Congress declared the 4th of July a federal holiday.

Jun 19, 2020

Outta This World

3...2...1... Blast Off!!  We had so much fun with our Outta This World theme this week!! We had a command center and astronaut suites complete with jet packs. We also had a rocket ship for the toddlers. We made s'mores from the heat of the sun and our preschool classroom enjoyed them very much!! Our astronauts enjoyed space food and moon rocks. We made moon dough. They had telescopes to explore the stars. We made star art with paint and cookie cutters. It has been a great week here!

Jun 12, 2020

Sun... Fun... Water!!

Friday's in June are our favorites at AoCS!! It is a day of FUN in the Sun!! Our kiddos enjoy buckets of fun with water play day! We introduced a rainbow water sprinkler that the kids absolutely loved!!  We hope you enjoy seeing their smiles as much as we do!! 

Jun 5, 2020

Pre K Prom 2020

We celebrated our annual Prom a little different this year! Daytime Prom was a success. We are thrilled to celebrate our soon-to-be graduates. This years theme was Toy Story. The kids dressed as their favorite characters and were ready to party. Forky and Bo Peep were there to welcome them to the celebration. They had crafts, they had a karaoke machine for them to sing and dance, a claw game also a Mr. Potato Head bag toss and a table full of snacks. Everyone got a Toy Story book and some really great looking Pez Dispensers. It has been such a fun day!!