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Snack videos: SnackVideo – Bites of Fun

Опубликовано: August 31, 2022 в 11:12 am

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‎SnackVideo on the App Store

Description

Snack Video is the newest party for short funny videos! You can find the most exciting, funny, magic videos on Snack Video. All you have to do is watch, engage with what you like, skip what you don’t, and you’ll find an endless stream of short videos that feel personalized just for you.

Explore videos, just one scroll away
Watch all types of funny videos, including gaming, comedy, entertainment, news, pets, etc. Just scroll away and find what you like.

Watch endless amount of videos customized specifically for you
A personalized video feed based on what you watch, like, and share. Snack Video offers you real, interesting, and fun videos that will make your day.

Get Discovered on Snack’s Trending Page
Snack Video’s trending page was developed to make sure that content liked best by users is seen by everyone.

Ratings and Reviews

116.9K Ratings

SNACKVIDEOS AMAZING

Snack videos amazing videos ❤️🥰 Hello snack video Pakistan 🇵🇰 My name is Syed Qasim Shah My Snack I’d qasim_shah24 So Hope You’re All Well I Just Want To Say That I Am Using Snack For Last 6 To 7 Years Many Id Blocked Maybe But I Am Not Becomes Famous Like 👍🏻 Other Persons . I Am Posting My Best Videos And Trying My Best But I Don’t Have Much Likes And Views On My Videos.I Am Worried 😟 So Please If Then My Account Is Fareezed Then Please Unfreezed My Account And Others Problems Please Cheak My Account Carefully. I Just Want To Do More Hard Work But It There No Views No Like 👍🏻 On My Videos Then How Can I Do Work Completely If I Had Post Some Voilent Videos Then I Am Extremely Sorry 😔 For That I Shall Not Post Against That’s Type Videos So Please CHEAK My Account & Viral My Videos I Shall Be Very Thankful For All Team Snack In Pakistan 🇵🇰 I Wait Your Response Team Snack Pakistan 🇵🇰 Thanks Again Wait Your Best Response Pakistan 🇵🇰 ZINDABAD Please Un Banned My Account Please Team snack I am Soo Sorry About that

Working

This app is fantastic for this generation but unfortunately it’s not working well in iOS even i have experience for these kinds of photo or video maker apps but still it’s not under my mind ,further we can’t invites our friends and family members and also i have lessoned in the opening of this you will get 140 after downloading i didn’t. if you want more ratings then update snack video and grant some updates for iOS users thanks

For publicity of me and my account by you

I was uploaded good videos but it were not published every video is going down about likes,views and follows so please do somethibg about that because i want to published if my video will viral from company side means your side so 100% peoples will likes my videos ,i hope u will be sort out my problem,
Thank you😊😊

The developer, JOYO TECHNOLOGY PTE. LTD., indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Used to Track You

The following data may be used to track you across apps and websites owned by other companies:

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Contact Info

  • Contacts

  • User Content

  • Search History

  • Identifiers

  • Usage Data

  • Diagnostics

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

Privacy practices may vary based on, for example, the features you use or your age. Learn More

Information

Provider
JOYO TECHNOLOGY PTE. LTD.

Size
255 MB

Category

Social Networking

Age Rating
17+
Infrequent/Mild Medical/Treatment Information
Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
Infrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude Humour
Frequent/Intense Mature/Suggestive Themes
Infrequent/Mild Horror/Fear Themes
Infrequent/Mild Simulated Gambling
Infrequent/Mild Realistic Violence

Copyright
© lian

Price
Free

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Maths Snacks Videos

Healthy Mathematical Snacks – for home and classroom use

ATM experts are sharing ideas through Maths Snacks videos, to support children and parents whilst children are away from school for whatever reason or for use in the classroom. The videos are a mix of tasks, puzzles, challenges and games; selected to support and enrich mathematics taught at school.

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Thank you for choosing to use these materials in your organisation. These videos are Copyright 2020 by the Association of Teachers of Mathematics, and they are free to use and redistribute under the terms of the CC-BY-3.0 licence (see https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ for full details).  In particular, you must ascribe the source of these materials; you can do this by quoting the italicised text below.

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SnackVideo is a relatively new video-sharing application that’s free for mobile devices. Just like TikTok, Instagram, and MX TakaTak, this app lets you create, watch, and share all kinds of short recordings. You only need to create a SnackVideo account and post videos for other content creators and users to see. In addition to this, you can browse on the application to find new, trending, and interesting videos in multiple genres.

With SnackVideo, you can collaborate with other content creators to work on interesting, funny, and informative videos. Depending on your preferences and usage, SnackVideo for Android lets you watch, skip, and browse through a huge collection of properly categorized videos personalized for your viewing experience. Having said that, it’s important to note that the multimedia app feels similar to other video-creation and sharing platforms.

Offers a trending page, multiple genres, and personalization options

Within a short period of time, SnackVideo has become a popular social media application. It comes with similar features to other video-sharing apps such as multiple genres, properly organized categories, lip-syncing, and more. Similarly, the app lets you watch all kinds of recordings from other content creators around the globe. When you launch the application, you will first see the ‘Explore Video’ page, where you can easily find numerous videos.

What’s the trending page?

SnackVideo for Android comes with a ‘Trending’ page, which can be used to explore a range of trending videos. These short recordings are based on the most likes and views from the community. There’s even a ‘Following’ tab, which lets you easily watch videos from channels or content creators you’ve subscribed to within the app. While using the application, you can click on the ‘Plus’ button to browse through numerous channels. 

For some time, people have been skeptical of using the app due to its origin from China. However, the app has been quite popular as of late and seems to be quite safe in comparison to other relatively unknown platforms. It’s still important to read the user agreement properly to get a better understanding of the security details.

How’s the viewing experience?

The primary screen of the platform displays a wide range of recordings curated by the app’s developers and the solid community. However, users can still categorize the videos and posts further as per their interests and followers. Apart from video sharing, SnackVideo lets you preview short videos in a basic portrait mode. You can also enable the audio for these videos to make them more interesting.

Another interesting feature of the application is that it comes with a simple editorial manager. It can be utilized to post videos with modifications. You can source a video from your smartphone or record a new one with a single tap. Then, use the editorial manager to enhance the visuals, change settings, add audio, and perform other functions. You can also link the video with other channels and videos to increase your following.

SnackVideo for Android comes with an intuitive interface. The multimedia app is available for both Android and iOS devices. Currently, more than 12 million people have downloaded SnackVideo on their smartphones. Due to the simplicity, range of features, and properly categorized videos, the app’s popularity has been increasing consistently. 

Like other video-sharing apps, SnackVideo has also become a good choice for earning paid partnerships, getting affiliate partners, and becoming an influencer. It’s the primary reason why users from around the world have started creating videos on apps like SnackVideo. Since it’s a relatively new platform, SnackVideo gives a major advantage in this context.

A good choice to create and share fun videos

Simply put, SnackVideo is a simple, straightforward, and hassle-free video-sharing application for smartphones. With this app, you can easily find the most exciting, funny, interesting, and trending videos. You can choose to only watch the content or engage with content creators.

Additionally, you can create a huge following, get likes and comments, and work with sponsors from different fields to earn an affiliate income. With SnackVideo, you will find an endless stream of videos, which always feels like it has been personalized for your viewing experience. Considering the application is light on operating system resources, you don’t have to worry about any crashes or lags.

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CONS

  • Similar as other video-sharing apps

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Gone are the days of tedious video editing on a smartphone. Now, you have free apps on the Store to help express yourself in all kinds of exciting ways you can imagine. Leading these apps currently is the trendy TikTok followed closely by uprising Snack Video. Read through to determine which one is for you.

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TikTok

TikTok, or Douyin, by ByteDance, came into being after Musical.ly merged with Douyin in 2018. It is a social media platform used to create a variety of videos based on a plethora of genres and has revolutionized the way people express themselves.

With 2 billion+ downloads globally and 1.9 billion monthly active users (MAUs), TikTok is the fastest growing brand that has altered the course of the global social media industry.

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A number of user-friendly features help Tiktok stand out such as creating videos with background music of your own choice or the option to choose from the app’s database.

Videos based on content you have interacted with or searched for appears in the ‘for you’ section. A ‘duet’, feature of Musical. ly helps users record a video within a video and emoticons can be used to ‘react’ to them.

How can you earn on TikTok?

You can send or earn ‘gifts’ and thus make money – depending on your followers, visibility via hashtags, and the content’s engagement rates. A

  • Inviting friends through your link will earn you followers
  • You will keep earning if the followers who signed up through your link continue watching the videos on the app

Such a vast platform of videos – ranging from entertainment to information to sharing daily activities and personal lives – is bound to attract all kinds of users and harbors all sorts of concerns. Despite filtering out problematic material, certain questionable content has had some countries putting a ban on the use of TikTok.

To fill the void created thus, many other apps jumped in to capture the user base, the most popular being the Snack video.

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Snack Video

Tencent-backed Snack Video is the earliest short-video platform in China where it’s also known as Kuaishou. Developed by Joyo Technology Pte. Ltd., it recently came up as the main competitor to TikTok.

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The UI is similar to TikTok and has a plausible base of users where they upload and share content with the help of a wide array of features. In 2020, Snack Video had 20 billion videos uploaded, making it the biggest short-video hub globally while in 2021, Snack Video has recently crossed 1 billion MAUs on the back of live-streaming.

How can you earn on Snack Video?

The app allows you to earn by doing the following:

  • Open the app daily
  • Watch videos for 15 minutes daily
  • Invite your friends to the app using your referral link
  • Share the videos from the app with other social media

With famous celebrities already using this app, developers have nudged their digital marketing by incentivizing and hiring trending TikTok-ers in the face of the recent ban on TikTok in various countries.

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Which App is perfect for you to start earning money and, possibly, a career?

Tiktok and Snack Video differ mainly in their audience demographics with TikTok achieving a bigger audience and MAUs, not only in Asia but in US and Europe as well. Its algorithmic recommendations help the content reach the target audience more smoothly, representing 80%-90% of viral content from accounts that are trending on the app.

In comparison, Snack Video has a tighter social circle, a closed e-commerce ecosystem with higher conversion rates, providing better engagement within the specific social network. Its “Discover” section harbors 40%-50% of content personalized based on accounts in the user’s following.

Features TikTok SnackVideo
Availibility All platforms All platforms
Monetization / Earn Money Few options More options
Competition Higher Lower
Best for content creation Best Best
Video views Medium chances High chances
ID Stamp Available Available

While Snack Video exercises parental controls like TikTok, it has a stricter policy regarding third-party engagement, promoting a “safer” experience. Although both apps warrant a medium to express creativity and offer prime earning opportunities, it is eventually individual preferences that determine which one of these apps is the right one for you.

Bottom line: If global outreach is your goal, then TikTok is still leading by a margin; but if you want a controlled experience and you reside in a country that has put a ban on TikTok, then Snack Video is your go-to for content creation.

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A video with a particular theme is good for reaching a broader audience. Keep your Snack films to a few topics, as mixing & matching pieces can make your video look sloppy. FlexClip allows you to customize your snack movies with various beautiful themes. Make full use of it and get a better final result!

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Guacamole as an appetizer, or as a sauce, whichever is closer to you, is traditionally known in Mexican cuisine, but very popular all over the world. The main thing is to find a good ripe avocado and certainly mash the pulp with lemon or lime juice – with this simple action, the dish retains its green color and does not turn into something unattractive. The consistency can be different: if you knead with a fork, you get an appetizer with pieces of ingredients, if you mix everything in a blender – a sauce that is perfect for many main dishes.

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1 Peel and finely chop the tomatoes. Remove the seeds from the chile and chop together with onion, garlic and cilantro. In a large mortar and pestle, grind the chili, cilantro, tomatoes and lime zest and onion into a smooth paste. Lightly salt and mix again.

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2Add one to two tablespoons of water and lime juice to thin the mixture.

3Peel the avocado, remove the pits and cut the flesh into small cubes. Add to the chili and tomato paste and knead everything thoroughly. Serve with corn chips.

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Darya Ilatovskaya August1, 2018

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Garges nor garlic are not part of the guaacomole

Aleksei Vasilev24 February 2019

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Really.

Sergius von NikulinNovember 21, 2020

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How is it that garlic is not included? You don’t understand anything about Jewish cuisine anymore. : -)

Nikita PuzanovAugust 9, 2021

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Thank you for the recipe, with one caveat, it would be nice to indicate the amount of lime zest. In principle, for the first time in cooking, I add zest to something, and I didn’t know how vigorous it was. Accordingly, I added the zest of a whole lime for two avocados))
In general, it tastes almost nothing except bitterness from the zest, add much less.

FoodAugust 11, 2021

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To avoid bitterness, you need to remove the zest, avoiding the white part. It is she who gives bitterness. The zest of one lime will definitely not be enough for two avocados if you remove it carefully. It is convenient to do this with a fine sharp grater.

Solvita T27 October 2021

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Delicious!

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Light and inexpensive snacks for the holiday. Video recipe, snacks for the festive table

When we talk about snacks, the imagination immediately draws a festive table. And no wonder: well, who will be engaged in figured cutting of breakfast sandwiches or constructing multi-story compositions of vegetables for an ordinary dinner? I do not argue, there are, of course, lovers. And to be honest, sometimes I myself like to tinker with stuffing vegetables without any solemn occasions. But still, for the most part, people prepare original snacks for the festive table, recipes with photos are specially collected in this section for those who want to please guests on their birthday, for example, or prepare for a corporate buffet reception.

Instant pickled cucumbers with garlic and herbs

In the middle of summer, it’s a sin not to salt a saucepan of pickled cucumbers. The most interesting thing is that it seems to be nowhere easier, and the proportions of the brine play a significant role in this matter. We present the perfect solution.

Zucchini rolls with various fillings

3 types of zucchini rolls to suit every taste: festive with red fish, dietary with goat cheese and vegan with nut butter. The first recipe shows the process of wrapping rolls with all the details and step by step photos.

Sandwiches with sprats

Bright, extremely tasty and mega-budget sandwiches with sprats for the festive table. Try it – you will be pleasantly surprised by the ease of preparation.

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False caviar

An original and extremely budgetary appetizer for the festive table – we will prepare caviar from herring, processed cheese and carrots, which tastes amazingly like red caviar.

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Snack cakes are now at the peak of popularity. They are easy to prepare, and they look much more effective than traditional salads. This cake is perfect for a buffet.

Cabbage in hot brine

An excellent appetizer for the festive table and for every day. Cabbage looks very impressive, crispy, juicy, very, very tasty.

Armenian-style salted tomatoes with garlic

Finding the perfect pairing of vegetables is my hobby. Sometimes it is enough to add just one ingredient to make the dish sparkle with all the colors of flavors. Everyone knows that garlic and tomatoes are good. And if you add a generous portion of chopped greens, you get a real deliciousness! In addition to everything, the appetizer looks very aesthetically pleasing – take it and immediately put it on the festive table.

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Garlic fried shrimp in soy sauce

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Shrimp in a creamy garlic sauce

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Profiteroles with savory cheese filling

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Classic mincemeat

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The most delicious crab stick sandwiches

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The traditions of our latitudes suggest celebrating family celebrations with rich feasts. Perhaps it would be much easier to book a table in a restaurant. But our man is not looking for easy ways. After all, a family celebration is both traditions and a special atmosphere that is created by the efforts of the hostess. Of course, preparing a festive table always requires a lot of effort and time. But the most difficult thing is to create a menu that would reflect the preferences of all the guests. Luckily, there are holiday snacks that everyone loves. For example, these eggplant rolls with cheese and garlic.

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Rolling crab “Raffaello”

When I was a child, I dreamed that colorful snow would fall from the sky! I would pick up a handful of white and a handful of red snowflakes, make snowballs out of them and they would turn out as elegant as the snowmen that our tortured kindergarten teachers made in kindergarten, painting my cheeks and noses red and putting on some braids with kokoshniks, and who have beards with felt boots. Maybe it is these memories that make my heart flutter every time I see pictures with a pile of crab balls. How cute and fluffy they are… 🙂 Let’s cook them together!

Spectacular appetizer of eggplant and sweet peppers for the festive table

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Having once again ordered Japanese food with delivery and laid out a round sum for it, I thought it was time to learn how to make rolls myself. Of course, it’s impossible to make “California” right away. But the classic rolls with stuffing and rice inside the nori shell can be tried to cook at home. No sooner said than done. The rolls were not very smooth, but very tasty. And all thanks to this recipe, where the cooking process is described in detail.

Tomatoes with Cheese and Garlic

These cute stuffed tomatoes are ready in just five minutes. The filling is elementary, but very tasty. A versatile snack for a large feast.

If you want to impress your guests, then it is not at all necessary to conjure over a 12-layer cake for three days in a row. It is enough just to cook some kind of roll. It is still a mystery to me why any food twisted into a spiral causes such surprise and delight in people. And yet, any salad packed in thin Armenian lavash instantly disappears from the table. And if you choose a combination of fresh fragrant cucumber, sweetish shrimp and cream cheese for the filling, then you can, without a doubt, prepare a double portion.

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“What could be easier than preparing snacks for the festive table” – you might think? In fact, it only seems so that everything is simple and easy. And this will be seen when you find yourself face to face with a large number of products and a very small supply of recipes. At that moment, when you start talking about cold appetizers on the festive table, you probably remember sandwiches.

Almost all classic bread recipes, such as sprats, have become obsolete. And now few people can be surprised with them, and to be honest, no one wants to eat them now.

Our soul and stomach wants something in a new way. And for this, I have prepared for you, recipes for snacks on the festive table, which are painted in detail with a photo.

In my first recipe, I will tell you how to cook stuffed champignons at home.

Ingredients:

  • Mushrooms – 450 gr
  • hunting sausages – 230-250 gr
  • cream cheese – 200 gr
  • garlic – 4 cloves
  • Parmesan cheese (grated) – 100 gr
  • spices – to taste.

Preparation:

Wash the mushrooms, then clean and separate the heads from the legs. If desired, those same legs can be used in the filling.

For the filling, mix grated cheese, chopped sausages and garlic. We also add cream cheese, spices there and get such a mixture as in the photo. Fill each mushroom cap with this mixture.

Sprinkle breadcrumbs on top.

We put the blanks on a baking sheet and put them in the oven for 30 minutes at a temperature of 180 degrees.

Stuffed champignons are ready.

Tartlet filling

This is a versatile, tasty snack that can be prepared for various holidays or just for dinner. Now consider this option, how to prepare a delicious filling for tartlets.

Ingredients:

  • Tartlets – 10 pcs
  • onion – 1 piece
  • champignons – 400 gr
  • hard cheese – 200 gr
  • sunflower oil – for frying
  • salt, pepper and curry to taste.

Cooking method:

To prepare this dish, we must already have baskets ready. We clean the mushrooms and remove the edge of the stem from them. After that, wash them and move them to a colander so that all the water is glassed. And then cut them into small pieces.

Peel and cut the onion into small squares. We put the pan on medium heat, pour oil into it and as soon as it heats up, fry the chopped onion until light golden brown, add the mushrooms and all the necessary spices.

Grind hard cheese on a fine grater, leave a little, and pour the rest into the already prepared onion-mushroom mixture and mix.

It remains only to fill all the tartlets with this mixture and sprinkle grated cheese on top. To melt the cheese, we need to send for a couple of minutes in the oven, or in the microwave.

The filling for the tartlets is ready.

Quick battered crab sticks

Battered crab sticks are considered one of the life-saving snacks that can be cooked in one or two, and they even look convincing on the table.

Ingredients:

  • Crab sticks – 250 gr
  • flour – 4 tbsp. spoons
  • light beer – 50 milliliters
  • chicken egg – 1 pc
  • lemon – 1/2 piece
  • vegetable oil – 25 ml
  • salt and pepper to taste.

Cooking method:

We prepare all the necessary ingredients for our dish.

Place the crab sticks in a bowl, season with salt and pepper and sprinkle them with the juice of half a lemon. Leave for 12-15 minutes alone.

To prepare the batter, take a deep bowl and beat an egg into it. Beat with a whisk until foam is obtained, and then pour in the beer and pour in the flour.

Mix thoroughly until a homogeneous mass is obtained.

The most important thing is not to overcook them, otherwise the batter may burn and the whole process will be in vain.

Serve hot or cold.

Lavash roll with red fish – Recipe for a buffet appetizer

Now you have a cool idea for making pita roll with red fish. Adding herbs and cheese to its consistency will make it even more fragrant and tender. This type of snack can be made in about 10 minutes.

Ingredients:

  • Lavash – 1 piece
  • salmon – 250 gr
  • processed cheese – 200 gr
  • greens – 1 small bunch.

Cooking method:

Unroll the pita bread and evenly brush it with melted cheese.

Cut the fish into thin slices.

Spread over the entire surface of the cake. Finely chop the washed and dried greens and sprinkle it on top of the fish.

Now carefully roll the pita bread into a tight roll and wrap it with cling film. Put in the refrigerator for one hour.

At the end of the time, remove the film and cut the whole roll into portions.

Transfer to a plate and serve.

Homemade marinated mackerel

Probably no festive feast can be complete without a fish snack. Especially for you, I prepared a recipe for cooking pickled mackerel at home. The recipe is simple in principle, and the result is excellent!

Ingredients:

  • Mackerel – 2 pcs
  • water – 0.5 liters
  • bulb – 1 pc
  • carrots – 1 piece
  • vegetable oil – 2 tbsp. spoons
  • allspice peas – 5 pcs
  • carnation – 5 pcs
  • honey – 1 teaspoon
  • apple cider vinegar 6% – 2 tbsp. spoons
  • bay leaf – 2 pcs
  • mustard seeds – 1 teaspoon
  • salt – 1 tbsp. a spoon.

Preparation:

We prepare all the necessary products and proceed.

Pour water into a saucepan and put on fire. In the meantime, the water boils, in the meantime, you can chop the vegetables. My carrots, peel and cut into circles, and onion into half rings.

When the water is almost boiling, add salt, oil, all spices except vinegar and honey.

Next, transfer the chopped carrots to a pot of boiling water and cook for another five minutes.

Now we need to gut the mackerel, cut off the head and tail, remove the fins, bones and black film.

After five minutes of marinade cooking, turn off the fire and let it cool down a bit. Add honey and vinegar to it and mix thoroughly until the honey is completely dissolved.

But then we pour the marinade itself and put it in the refrigerator for a day.

And exactly in a day you will be able to taste this wonderful delicate taste of home-marinated mackerel.

Ham rolls

Ham rolls with various fillings are perfect for any occasion. I will also say – they will become a real decoration for your table and all the guests will be delighted with them.

Ingredients:

  • Ham – 300 gr
  • eggs – 2 pcs
  • hard cheese – 100 gr
  • garlic – 2 cloves
  • mayonnaise – 2 tbsp. spoons.

Cooking method:

Cut the ham into thin slices, about 1-2 mm, this thickness makes it easy to roll neat rolls.

Coarsely grate cheese and hard-boiled eggs. We combine them in a deep bowl and squeeze a few cloves of garlic there. We fill the whole mass with mayonnaise and mix well.

Lay out the ham and place one tablespoon of the prepared filling on each slice.

All that’s left to do is wrap them in rolls and, at your discretion, you can fasten them with toothpicks so that they don’t unwind.

This is what you should get. Eat with great pleasure!

Dry-cured sausage at home

To be able to eat, let’s take the same sandwich without any fear and harm to our health, I want to offer you a simple recipe for dry-cured sausage in your home. To cook it, you do not need to be some kind of culinary master and have special equipment, just a little time and the right products are enough.

Ingredients:

  • Meat – 1.5 kg
  • fat – 650 gr
  • guts
  • vodka – 1.5 tbsp. spoons
  • cognac – 50 milliliters
  • garlic – 4-5 cloves
  • sugar – 2 tbsp. spoons
  • black pepper – 1/2 teaspoon
  • salt – 3 tbsp. spoons.

Cooking method:

First, prepare the necessary ingredients, wash the lard, dry it and rub it with salt and garlic. Then we put it in the refrigerator for 12 hours.

Any meat you like can be used. In this case, it was veal. It must be washed, dried and cut into small, thin slices. We shift into a cup, put one tablespoon of salt and sugar, and of course add a little pepper. Plus, we pour in vodka, and if you have a desire, you can add some more spices, well, it’s up to you.

Dry the lard properly so that there is no excess moisture. At this time, cut the meat into smaller pieces and scroll through the meat grinder.

Put the fat in the freezer for 20 minutes to harden. Then take out and cut into small squares. It is not advisable to twist, otherwise the meat will turn out to be very fatty.

It’s time to combine all the ingredients together and add the remaining salt and sugar. We also pour cognac, if it is not there, then you can vodka and mix the minced meat thoroughly with your hands.

Now let’s start forming sausages, but before that we need to rinse the intestines well, and after that we carefully stuff them with meat.

If you don’t have intestines at hand, don’t worry, in this case you can replace them with ordinary gauze. Just simply wrap the sausages in it.

This is how delicious it turns out.

Pork basturma at home

Unfortunately, not everyone can afford to buy such a delicacy, so I want to offer you a recipe on how to cook pork basturma at home. It turns out not worse than the one sold in the store, but the most important thing is that you can be 100% sure of its quality.

Ingredients:

  • Pork neck – 2 kg
  • flour – 1 tbsp. spoon
  • garlic – 2 heads
  • fenugreek – 80 gr
  • ground red pepper – 1 tbsp. spoon
  • paprika – 1 tbsp. spoon
  • salt – 1 tbsp. l.

Cooking method:

Rinse the meat under cold water, cut lengthwise into two equal parts, sprinkle well with salt, transfer to a container with a tight vacuum lid and put in the refrigerator for 24 hours.

After one day, we take the meat out of the refrigerator, wash it and hang it in a ventilated dry room for four days.

We combine all the necessary spices with flour, squeeze the garlic through a press and dilute it with boiled cooled water so that a thick sauce is obtained. Cover and put it in the refrigerator overnight.

After 48 hours, remove the pork and dip in the prepared sauce, after which we take it out, place it in a vacuum container, and put it in the refrigerator for four days.

After these 48 hours, take the meat out of the refrigerator, remove the sauce and hang it up for another 24 hours to dry.

That’s it, basturma at home is ready. Eat for health!

Chicken legs in dough

Basically chicken legs are cooked in puff pastry. Now I will offer you a not so common recipe – legs cooked in yeast dough. It’s also very tasty.

Ingredients:

  • Chicken legs – 5 pcs
  • flour – 4 cups
  • dry yeast – 2. 5 teaspoons
  • water – 350 gr
  • sugar – 3 tbsp. spoons
  • vegetable oil – 5 tbsp. spoons
  • champignons – 300 gr
  • onion – 2 pcs
  • salt – 2 tsp.

Method of preparation:

1. We start the dough and for this we need to dissolve yeast, sugar and 1 teaspoon of salt in warm water.

Pour in 3 tablespoons of vegetable oil and add the sifted flour. Knead the dough and leave in a warm place for one hour.

2. Boil the chicken legs for 15-20 minutes, salt and add all the spices, then fry until golden brown.

3. Peel the mushrooms and onions, cut them into small pieces and fry in oil over medium heat until tender.

4. In the meantime, the dough is already ready, knead it a little and divide it into 5 even parts, and from each part we make a cake, in the center of which we put one leg and some fried mushrooms with onions.

5. We collect the dough around the leg, connect it, leave only the bone open, in the same place you can tie a stem of dill or parsley.

6. Lubricate the dough with oil and send it to a preheated oven to 200 degrees for 20-25 minutes.

7. The dough has acquired a pleasant golden color, which means it can be taken out of the oven. The legs are ready.

Cheap snacks for the festive table (Video)

In this video you will learn how to prepare easy quick snack recipes.

Bon appetit!!!

Every housewife will agree that the situation with unexpected guests is not the most pleasant, but, unfortunately, it is not rare. Naturally, every family has its own proven recipes for quick snacks.

Indeed, there are many recipes, but remembering the recipe is one thing, but preparing it quickly is a completely different story.

Therefore, today we will talk about the fastest ways to prepare snacks in a hurry (with visual photos) and from the most common products.

Quick snacks for the table

These quick snacks are easy to prepare and take little time. For such recipes, the most common products that can be found in the refrigerator of any housewife are used.

Sandwich with tomatoes, cheese and herbs

This sandwich recipe has no nationality. A similar appetizer can be found in traditional Caucasian cuisine, and in Russian. The guests will not have time to undress in the hallway, and on the table there will be a real culinary masterpiece.

Making sandwiches:

  1. Cut bread.
    The bread is cut into slices. For beauty, it can be cut into triangles or the size of a small canapé;
  2. Fry.
    Fry slices of bread with vegetable oil in a preheated frying pan. You don’t need much oil, just enough to brown the bread a little;
  3. Preparing the stuffing.
    While the bread is toasting, prepare the cheese mass. To do this, pour mayonnaise into a small bowl, three processed cheese on a coarse grater and squeeze the garlic. Mix well and let it brew for 5-10 minutes;
  4. Lay out the filling.
    Put the cheese mass on the toasted and slightly cooled bread and level it;
  5. Decorate.
    Cut the tomatoes into circles and put the circles on the bread. If the tomato slices are larger than the bread, then it is worth splitting the tomato into halves. Sprinkle the tomato with salt, and put a green decoration on top.

Bouquet-shaped tomatoes stuffed with cottage cheese and garlic

The presentation of the dish is incredibly beautiful and will surprise even the most demanding guest, and the combination of garlic and cottage cheese will make this dish an unsurpassed appetizer.

  1. Making cuts.
    Tomatoes need to be cut twice crosswise. The cuts should reach the core of the tomato, but not be through. In addition, the incisions should not reach the stem by about 1 centimeter. If the cuts are made correctly, then the tomato will open in the hand, but will not fall apart;
  2. We take out the pulp.
    We take out the core of the tomato and part of its pulp. Important! It is not necessary to get all the pulp from the tomato, leaving only a thin peel. Let some of the pulp remain on its walls. So it will be much tastier;
  3. Making the stuffing.
    Mix cottage cheese with squeezed garlic, finely chopped herbs and mayonnaise;
  4. Lay out the filling.
    Salt tomatoes. We lay out the filling in the tomatoes themselves, slightly squeezing the tomato with our hands so that it looks like an unopened tulip flower;
  5. Decorate.
    Put the tomatoes in the form of a bouquet on a plate and decorate them with parsley or onion stalks, imitating tulip stalks.

The secret of the correct preparation of an elegant bouquet of tulips lies in the accuracy of the cook.

No doubt!

You will do just fine!

Cold appetizers

This type of appetizer is served cold, not heated. Appetizers are a great way to grab a quick bite while waiting for the main course to be served.

Lavash roll with Korean carrots and fried chicken

To prepare you will need:

  • Thin, Armenian lavash;
  • Chicken, preferably loin;
  • Korean-style carrots – 100 grams;
  • 2 chicken eggs;
  • Cilantro – 20 or 30 grams;
  • Dill – 80 or 100 grams;
  • Mayonnaise – 50 grams;
  • Vegetable oil – 2 tablespoons.

This original and spicy appetizer is quite satisfying, quick to prepare and can serve as an excellent decoration for a festive table.

The most popular appetizer is the canapé. The thing is, it cooks incredibly fast. Try it!

If you can devote enough time to preparing a snack, then opt for kupats. Read about their preparation. These homemade sausages will not leave anyone indifferent!

Do you prefer airfrying? Then remember, healthy food is always relevant!

Cooking the roll:

  1. Cooking the chicken.
    The chicken is cut into small cubes and fried in vegetable oil in a frying pan until it is fully cooked so that an appetizing crust forms on the meat;
  2. Preparing the stuffing.
    Fried chicken laid out in a dish. Carrots are squeezed by hand to remove excess moisture from the glass. Eggs are boiled, cooled, peeled and rubbed on a medium grater. Add the fried eggs to the chicken. In a bowl with meat and eggs, add finely chopped dill and cilantro. Season with mayonnaise and mix well. The result should be a homogeneous mass;
  3. Stuffing pita bread.
    Lavash is rolled out on the table and stuffed with our mass. The filling must be distributed over the entire surface of the pita bread, leaving indents of one and a half to two centimeters without filling. We roll the pita bread into a roll and put it in the refrigerator. If the roll is prepared right in front of the guests, then it must be put in the freezer for 15-20 minutes;
  4. We cut and decorate.
    After our roll has cooled, cut it into slices 2-3 centimeters thick. We decorate the plate with greens and bell pepper and put the chopped roll on it.

Crab stick rolls

An unexpected and not so common recipe, although the taste of the dish is not inferior to many store-bought rolls. The advantage of the dish is that it is easy to cook, and the products you need are the most ordinary and non-exotic.

To prepare you will need:

  • Crab sticks – 1 pack;
  • Chicken eggs – 2 pieces;
  • Hard cheese – 150 grams;
  • Dill;
  • Mayonnaise;
  • Garlic.

Even a novice cook can handle this recipe. Everything is quite simple:

  1. Crab sticks are defrosted. If you need to speed up this process, then just put the frozen sticks in cold water;
  2. While the defrosting process is in progress, boil the chicken eggs;
  3. Three cheese on a fine grater;
  4. Add finely chopped dill, mayonnaise and squeezed garlic to it;
  5. Three cooled and peeled eggs on a fine grater and add to the resulting mass of cheese, mayonnaise, dill and garlic;
  6. Thoroughly mix our filling until a homogeneous mass is obtained;
  7. Gently unroll the thawed crab sticks so that a thin layer is obtained. We spread our filling on it and wrap it in a roll;
  8. Cut the rolls into portions and put them on a plate decorated with greenery.

What to eat cognac with?

Cognac is a noble drink, it requires slowness and regularity. Therefore, not every appetizer is suitable for him.

One of the misconceptions is eating cognac with lemon. In fact, this strong drink does not like citrus fruits, but prefers completely different snacks.

The simplest and most correct cognac appetizer in a hurry is:

  • Coffee;
  • Cigar;
  • Chocolate.

Such an appetizer does not need to be prepared, but requires only basic knowledge in the choice of chocolate – for cognac, you need to choose exclusively bitter varieties and no milk.

Coffee is preferred in the form of espresso and Viennese coffee, with minimal added sugar. You can add cinnamon to it, it sets off the taste of good cognac.

Well, you can choose any cigar. If only it was a real cigar, and the choice of its taste and origin depends only on the preferences of the connoisseur.

However, not only coffee, cigars and chocolate can be present as snacks for cognac. For example, you can prepare a cheese plate to bring out the flavor of this drink more.

Cheese plate

To prepare you will need:

  • Cheese. Preferably 3-4 types – ranging from hard cheeses such as “Parmesan” and ending with soft cheeses with noble blue mold;
  • Med. It must be chosen liquid or slightly candied;
  • Walnuts;
  • Grapes;
  • Mint for decoration.

Preparation of the cheese plate:

  1. Cheese is cut into small sticks or triangles;
  2. Lay out on a plate in such a way that the very center of the plate is free;
  3. Honey is heated in a steam bath to a state of good fluidity;
  4. Honey is poured into a small bowl and placed in the center of a plate of cheese;
  5. Grapes, walnuts and a sprig of mint are used to finish the cheese plate.

If you want something extraordinary, then the recipe in the video below will definitely suit you:

Easy and simple recipes

Preparing a variety of snacks is quite an interesting activity. Its most important advantage is that you can easily experiment and fantasize with recipes, replacing certain ingredients due to the lack of any products or simply reducing the cooking time.

Time, by the way, plays an important role, just like the simplicity of the recipe.

Sandwiches with sprats

Well, what can you fantasize about sandwiches with sprats? However, this banal dish can quite decorate the festive table in any home.

To prepare you will need:

  • Sprats – 1 can;
  • White or black bread;
  • Fresh tomato – 1 or 2 pieces;
  • Fresh cucumber;
  • Mayonnaise;
  • Lettuce;
  • Greens.

Sandwich making:

  1. The bread is cut into pieces. The shape and size of the pieces is determined by the preference of the cook;
  2. Mayonnaise is laid out on bread and spread all over the piece;
  3. A slice of tomato and a slice of cucumber are laid out on top of mayonnaise;
  4. One fish from a jar is neatly laid out on a tomato and a cucumber;
  5. From the very top, the sandwich is decorated with a sprig of dill;
  6. A plate decorated with lettuce leaves, on which sandwiches are laid out.

This easy and simple snack can be prepared in 10 minutes.

Chicken eggs stuffed with cheese and garlic

Also an easy and simple recipe that even a beginner can handle.

For cooking you will need:

  • Chicken eggs – 4 or 5 pieces;
  • Hard cheese – 100 grams;
  • Mayonnaise – 80 grams;
  • Bell peppers and herbs for garnish;
  • Garlic.

Cooking stuffed eggs:

  1. Hard-boiled eggs;
  2. Cool, peel and cut into halves;
  3. The yolk is removed and mixed with grated cheese, mayonnaise and crushed garlic into a homogeneous mass;
  4. The eggs are stuffed with the resulting mass and laid out on a plate decorated with bell pepper and herbs.

The cooking process takes only 15 – 20 minutes.

As you can see, there are quite a lot of light and quick snacks, and it is enough to show a little imagination and ordinary products turn into a real culinary masterpiece, which will satisfy the most demanding guests.

Bon appetit!

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Ingredients

  • Onion – 300 g
  • Vinegar 9% – 4 tablespoons
  • Salt – 1 tbsp. (without slide)
  • Sugar – 1 tbsp. (without slide)
  • Dill – 10 g
  • Cold water – 250 ml

You will need

  • Bowl
  • Cutting board

How to cook pickled onions in 25 minutes

  1. Cut the onion into half rings, finely chop the dill, removing the thick stems.

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    Pour cold water into a bowl, add salt, sugar, vinegar and mix well so that the sugar and salt dissolve.

  3. Add onion and dill, mix everything and leave for 20 minutes. Then, drain the marinade. Pickled onion is ready.

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I cannot believe that my little boy is growing up as fast as he is. Just yesterday we were bringing him home from the hospital, brand new parents, hoping we could figure it out. Now, he’s a curious and creative boy that is continually surprising us. With the knowledge that birthdays are coming, I want to have the best 9-year-old boy birthday party ideas ready for planning. 

9-Year-Old Boy Birthday Party Indoor Ideas

Since birthdays happen year-round, its best to have activities that you enjoy despite what mother nature throws our way. My son and I are both winter babies, so I have been coming up with indoor activities since before he was even a twinkle in my eye. Plan a great party at one of these locations or pick a few events and make it a progressive 9-year-old boy birthday party. 

Laser Tag

Running around an obstacle course blasting each other with lasers, this is the quintessential activity for a 9-year-old boy birthday party. If you are planning on playing laser tag, add in some extras like glow-stick necklaces and bracelets. You could even do some fun “war paint” before the party to enhance the theme. 

Movie Theatre

Create a fun cinematic experience for your special boy with a movie theatre birthday party. With great movies coming out all the time, there is never a shortage of films. When you throw a movie theatre party, you book the theatre itself as a “private event.” Most of the newer theatres offer packages that will include everything. From popcorn to a full menu service, these theatres will customize to give you a unique 9-year-old boy birthday party place.

Arcade Party

Kids love video games; this is no surprise. An arcade party can be more than just running around throwing quarters into machines and little hands open begging for more tokens. Create an arcade party with a few other ideas. Have an on-going leader board that shows specific games and what your group did. Have a decided air hockey tournament or fire-round of basketball free-throwing. 

Mobile Video Game Trailer

New on the scene, mobile video game trailers bring the party to you. These long haulers have huge TV screens and plenty of age-appropriate options. The kiddos hang out (Bonus: not IN your house, lol) in the trailer and binge several different gaming systems. These trailers are outfitted with significant lounging areas that make it comfortable for everyone to play and watch.

Black Light Bowling

Bowling alleys make it super easy to throw a birthday party. Adding in the fun of a black light makes the event cooler. Make sure you let all the attendees know that it will be blacklight. Encourage day-glow clothing and accessories to make it a WOW factor. Make this 9-year-old boy birthday party idea a bright and fun event with neon straws and birthday accessories that create a show-stopping experience. What are the coolest bowling alley’s in America? See if one is near you!

Science Center

We always show our son that learning can be fun. Putting this into practice isn’t hard at science centers. Unlike museums that may be a little lack-luster for him at this age, science centers pride themselves on excitement and exploration. They will provide fantastic interactive experiences that kids will love while also learning. See what exhibits your local science center has available. Call and see how they can help increase the birthday fun. 

IMAX

An IMAX movie experience is fantastic at any age, but it can seem monumental at nine. These enormous screens that are two or more stories tall can seem infinite to a kid. The sound systems are more intense to give you the experience of not just hearing, but feeling the sounds. If you are lucky enough to have an Omni-MAX screen near you, I highly recommend that experience as well.  

Indoor Rock Climbing

Getting kids active is always important to me. We want our kids to try every style of sport there is until they discover their passion. Rock climbing, in my opinion, is a near-perfect solo-sport. It is self-affirming and provides new challenges and great opportunities. It is terrific at developing hand-eye coordination and muscle groups, which is why it is always in my “favorites.”

Indoor Trampoline Center

My son loves a trampoline park. His grandparents and I have taken him plenty of times, and it never gets old. There are so many activities to engage in at these locations that you will continuously find entertainment. I love obstacle courses and foam pits. The centers provide challenges for all ages and abilities, making a tremendous 9-year-old boy birthday party idea!

9-Year-Old Boy Birthday Party Outdoor Ideas

If you know that you will have weather on your side, then throwing a great party is easy; narrowing down the fun will be the hard part with so much to choose from. You may have a facility near you that offers several of these activities in a party bundle. Pick your favorite 9-year-old boy birthday party idea places from my list!

Putt-Putt Golf

Around the age of 9 is when putt-putt starts to become a great experience. Hand-eye coordination is much more tuned-in, and kids can begin to perfect their technique. I love the crazy themed courses with bright colors and fun characters. Some of the best putt-putt courses in the country could be right near you!

Go-Carts

Be advised; not all go-carting locations are for young kids. Make sure you do a little research to find out if the age, weight, and height minimums are available at the place you choose. Child go-carting minimum height is around 4ft. With smaller, petite kids, they could be saddened if they have to miss out on the fun due to this oversight. The excitement is solo driving is within their grasp now that they are nine!

Ropes Course

These tree-top obstacle courses are popping up all over, just waiting for you to come and experience them. I love the thrill of being up high and wandering around the flora with a harness and helmet. You feel like a regular Tarzan (in my case, Jane). Most of these tree-top experiences will have zip-lining and climbing walls too! With all that fun and exercise, you will have made a very memorable 9-year-old boy birthday party.

Batting Cages

Nine is a massive year in growth and development for kids. Their skills are improving rapidly, and now would be a great time to engage them in a batting cage. When my dad used to take me, it was exhilarating. I loved the challenge and adrenaline rush of a baseball being tossed to you every 30 seconds. Gripping the bat, I would dig in and SWIIIIIIING! CRACK! The best feeling in the world to successfully nail that ball back into the net. 

Camping

Tent camping is so much fun as a kid. Sitting around the fire with your friends making s’mores and talking under the stars is a great experience. I love this for a thrifty party option. You can camp in so many locations for very little money. There are plenty of National Forest camping areas to choose from that provide a safe environment to enjoy. You can also do this from a friend’s backyard. If the weather is good, you could incorporate a fun outdoor movie night into the mix as well!

Paint Ball

Every nine-year-old wants to play paintball. If they have played any first-person shooter game at this point, they will be stoked. Always look at the essential facts before going. Make sure everyone in the group has proper attire before arriving at the paintball course. Low-impact paintball is the recommended level for nine-year-olds, but since ten is when they switch to “regular impact,” you may choose to go that route. 

Pool Party 

As a winter baby, I was always very envious of those that could have a pool party. Don’t discount this a great 9-year-old boy birthday party idea. A pool party can be a memorable event with choosing fun pool party themes and ideas.  Get the kids even more exciting with new and classic pool party games. Enjoy the beautiful weather that pool parties are known for and throw one of the best birthdays yet!

Zoo or Animal Preserve 

I was always fascinated by animals as a kid. Anytime I was able to go to a petting zoo or the elaborate Asheboro Zoo here in North Carolina; I was on cloud nine. There are so many options when it comes to animal experiences. You can enjoy a camel ride, feeding a giraffe, or learn to milk a cow. 

Tour a Football Stadium

Of course, this doesn’t have to be a football stadium; it can be whichever sport is currently attractive to your child. You can contact the stadium, and they will have times available that you can experience the stadium without the madness of the crowds on game day. Imagine the look on your 9-year-old’s face when he steps onto a professional field. It will be an experience he will never forget. 

Car Drifting 

All little boys love fast cars. Find a car drifting or racing experience near you. This activity allows your child to ride with a professional driver that is trained to do all sorts of driving tricks. Kids will be blown away by the high-speed nature of this opportunity. Whirling and swerving through courses, burnouts, and all the horse-power will leave them speechless. 

I hope that these activities help you in your quest for 9-year-old boy birthday party ideas. Have fun making memories that will last a lifetime. 

Nerf Party

When it was all said and done we ended up going with a Nerf Party. In our case we had planned to have it outside but when the weather didn’t cooperate we had to move it inside.

Nerf 9-year-old-boy birthday parties can be held at parks, community centers, or in a backyard. Everyone brings their guns, you order a little ammo and you have a blast (pun intended – Boom).

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25 Best Toys & Gift Ideas for 9-Year-Old Boys (2022 Picks)

Are you looking for inspiration trying to find the best gifts for 9-year-old boys? It can be a tough one. They’re no longer little kids but neither are they in their teens.

They’re at that tween age when they want grown-up gifts but still want to have fun. At 9 years old, they’re starting to dip their toes into the adult world but aren’t quite ready yet. It’s possible they’re starting to backchat and test the limits but still recognize discipline.

Finding an appropriate gift that will challenge, stimulate, and still be fun is no mean task. Let’s have a look at what sort of presents you could choose, and our top 25 picks of the best toys and gift ideas for 9-year-old boys.

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Motoring Magic

Tinkering Labs STEM Kit

  • Endless robotic creations
  • Kid-tested, parent-approved
  • Intro to engineering kit

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A Place of Fun

Skillmatics Card Game

  • 50 cards
  • Great for learning and bonding
  • Screen-free play

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Skate Up a Storm

RipStik Ripster Board

  • Slip-resistant concave deck platforms
  • Rubber padded steel torsion bar
  • High-grade urethane wheels

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Cute and Creative

Cozmo

  • Real-life robot
  • Perfect educational robot
  • Tested for durability and security

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Best Books

Diary of a Wimpy Kid

  • Books 1-10
  • Lighthearted and fun
  • Award-winning author

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Build-a-Robot

LEGO Boost Robot

  • 840 Lego pieces
  • 5 multifunctional models
  • Over 60 exciting activities included

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Minecraft Favorite

LEGO Minecraft – The Farm

  • Includes a Steve minifigure
  • 262 assorted Lego pieces
  • For LEGO and Minecraft fans

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Take Cover

Nerf N-Strike Blaster

  • Includes 6 official Nerf Elite darts
  • Easy dart loading
  • No batteries required

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Marble Maze

Gravity Maze Logic Game

  • 60 beginner to expert challenges
  • Easy to learn
  • High quality components

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Best for Young Scientists

JuniorScope Microscope

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  • Gives crystal clear images
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  • How to Choose Gifts for 9-Year-Old Boys
  • Best Toys and Gifts for 9-Year-Old Boys of 2022

How to Choose Gifts for 9-Year-Old Boys

Nine-year-old boys are starting out on the stage of adolescence. Some will develop earlier than others and, as we all know, no two kids are the same.

In general, your boys at this age will start to become aware of their relationships with others outside the family. You might have to let them go for their first sleepover with friends, which is never easy for a mom. It’s a sign that your baby is growing up.

Their attention span will be improving and they’re more likely to want to see something through to a conclusion. On the other hand, their interests can change quite rapidly. They’ll also be more adept at sports and outdoor activities (1).

Good toys for boys at this age will test their brains and physical capabilities. It could be anything from reading a book that interests them, exploring the world of science and technology, or simply shooting some hoops. They’ll also enjoy age-appropriate board games and toys.


Best Toys and Gifts for 9-Year-Old Boys of 2022

To make your choices easier, we’ve categorized the products we think are the best gifts for 9-year-old boys. Let’s take a look at our top 25 picks.

Technical and Electronic Gifts

Boys love to explore technology and electronics. At this age, they’re starting to discover and master new things all the time. Learning about robots, engineering, and electronics will be exciting and interesting.

Exploring these experiences in a fun way will hold their attention and give them hours of enjoyment.

1. Tinkering Labs Electric Motors Catalyst STEM Kit

Motoring Magic

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Let your child’s imagination run riot with this kit, which lets them power electric model cars, build doodling robots, add motors to Legos, and more.

This introduction to electronics comes with challenge cards to give your tweenager ideas of what to build.


2. LEGO Boost Creative Fun Robot Building Set

Build-a-Robot

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Boys of all ages enjoy creating with Lego. This kit lets them use it to enter the world of coding by creating fun robots.

Instructions for five different robots are included in the free app, suitable for iOS or Android. Because of this, the set does need access to a tablet or smartphone.


3. K’NEX Swing Ride Building Set

Fairground Fun

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This educational set from the world of K’NEX introduces kids to basic engineering and technology skills by creating a fully functioning fairground ride. There are three amusement park ride models to choose from and build.

It comes complete with all the pieces you need, plus a battery-operated motor.


4. Wonder Workshop Coding Robot

Clever Coding

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Wonder Workshop brings us this robot, which can be coded to follow mazes or race around a track. Once basic coding on paper or a tablet has been mastered, then block-based coding can be done with the free Blockly app.

The great thing about this toy is that it has been recognized by several institutions for its award-winning specifications.


5. Engino Levers, Linkages & Structures Building Kit

Building Mechanics

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This is one of many kits from Engino, which helps your child discover the world of technology and mechanics. Using it, you can create 16 different working models while learning how levers and linkages work.

As well as a full instruction booklet, there’s also online support via the company website or a free app.


Games and Toys

Just because your little boy is growing up doesn’t mean he won’t still enjoy games and toys. All boys, even grown-up ones, love cars and similar toys, and who doesn’t like the challenge of a good board game?

Some of the games and puzzles might be more advanced, but are still suitable for this age group and will provide lots of fun.

6. Skillmatics Guess in 10 States of America Card Game

A Place of Fun

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This guessing card game lets you and your kids enter the exciting world of city exploration within the United States. It’s suitable for two to six players, aged 8 years old and over.

I particularly like that this game gives parents a chance to interact with kids, away from today’s technology. It’s getting back to basics. Plus, you get to teach your child about geography in a subtle and fun way without them noticing it!


7. LEGO Minecraft – The Farm

Minecraft Favorite

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Is your 9-year-old son a fan of the latest video game phenomenon, Minecraft? Are they also still into their Lego kits? If so, this is the ideal gift.

They can build a Minecraft-based farm and use their imagination to help Steve maintain it, and fight off the skeleton and his bow.


8. Perplexus Epic Interactive Maze Game

Amazing Puzzle

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Hone your skills by navigating a ball around this 3D maze enclosed in a clear plastic sphere. There are 22 feet of track and 125 obstacles to keep your child focused for hours.

This puzzle game will develop problem-solving and critical thinking skills, while enhancing hand-eye coordination.


9. Ideal Magic Spectacular Magic Suitcase

Showstopper

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Release your boy’s inner Criss Angel with this 56-piece magic kit. There are instructions for 100 easy to learn tricks that they can use to wow family and friends.

There’s even their own top hat and wand included, to add to the theatrics of their own magic show.


10. Maisto Rock Crawler Radio Control Vehicle

Cars Are Fun

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It’s time to leave the kiddie cars behind and enter the world of battery operated, radio controlled action. This car has three motors (1 steering, 2 driving), front and rear suspension, and a 3-channel transmitter.

It can be used indoors or outdoors and is rugged and tough enough for all terrains.


Sports and Outdoors

Outdoor activities are a must for a 9-year-old boy, to burn off some of that excess energy. This could be playing ball games, chasing friends around with Nerf guns, or riding a bike or scooter.

Any toys that enhance an outdoor experience for your kids will be a bonus.

11. Razor RipStik Ripster Caster Board

Skate Up a Storm

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This lightweight skateboard has been crafted with kids in mind. The shorter wheelbase is good for their smaller size, but it still performs at the skatepark.

It has 360-degree inclined casters, with high-grade urethane wheels. The board has a concave deck for increased control when carving turns.


12. Nerf N-Strike Elite Strongarm Blaster

Take Cover

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Cowboys and Indians have morphed into the world of Nerf guns. With six darts that can be fired in quick action, this gun will satisfy any Nerf war addict. It’s quick and easy to load.

If six darts aren’t enough, then extras can be purchased separately.


13. Marky Sparky Blast Pad Rocket Launcher

Reach for the Stars

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Keep active, jumping on this blast pad to send the rocket flying into the air. Your boy can play with friends to see who can launch a rocket the highest.

Once the kids have finished having fun with this outdoor toy, everything packs neatly into the base. Good for storage and keeping everything together for the next playtime.


14. Franklin Sports Electronic Baseball Pitching Machine

Pitch Perfect

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If you have a boy who likes baseball but you aren’t always around to pitch for him to practice, go electronic. This battery-operated pitching machine will launch one of the six plastic balls every 20 seconds.

I like that this is height adjustable, so you can set it just right for your kid’s swing.


15. Razor Electric Scooter

Scooting Around

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Your 9-year-old will be whizzing off to the store for you on this battery-powered scooter. It’s one way to get them to volunteer to run an errand.

This best electric scooter for kids has a throttle in the handle and a hand-operated front brake. Just push off to kick start it and get to a thrilling speed of up to 10 miles per hour.


Educational and STEM Gifts

There are so many good toys now on the market that teach our kids at the same time. They don’t even realize they’re learning as they play. STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) toys are designed to fit in with a child’s curriculum.

These types of toys are great for developing a child’s interest and enthusiasm for the world around them.

16. Anki Cozmo

Cute and Creative

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Cozmo is the ideal robot buddy for a 9-year-old boy. Apart from all the games he can play straight out of the box, some simple programming with a free app lets him control Cozmo to do his bidding.

I like that the simple drag and drop method of coding is quick for new users of code to use and see results.


17. Think Fun Gravity Maze Marble Run Logic Game

Marble Maze

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Enjoy 60 different challenges that get progressively harder to create a maze that carries a marble from the starting point to a target tower.

This game combines building and engineering and comes with clear and easy to follow instructions.


18. University Games The Game of Science

Slimy Games

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This game for two to four players over the age of 8 covers all sorts of science subjects. Kids can learn about chemistry, biology, astronomy, anatomy, biology, zoology, and physics.

It’s learning made fun and is family-friendly. Just stretch your line of gross slime to the end of the board to win.


19. Mattel Build Your Own Video Game

Gaming for Beginners

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Kids love video games. This gift lets them create their own game, test it, and then play it. They can even share it with friends, which is really cool.

The free app that enables this game can be downloaded to a compatible device, which will have to be available for use.


20. Playz Edible Candy! Food Science Chemistry Kit

Succulent Science

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Anyone for candy? This kit has a complete instruction book for 40 different experiments your kids can follow to make different types of candy. They can learn about food science and then eat the end results.

While the kit includes 27 tools and ingredients, you’ll need to add some pantry staples for some experiments.


The Best of the Rest

There are gifts which either don’t fall into the categories we’ve covered or which we feel are worth a mention. After all, arts and crafts, books, and exploration of the world are still of interest to many 9-year-old boys.

21. Diary of a Wimpy Kid Box Set

Best Books

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Lighthearted and fun, this box set of books, from award-winning author Jeff Kinney, are favorites with kids worldwide. Easy to pick up and put down, they’ll provide lots of laughs and encourage your 9-year-old to read.

You might even find yourself sneaking one out of the box to read yourself.


22. Omano JuniorScope Microscope for Kids

Best for Young Scientists

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This microscope is ready to be used out of the box and will enchant boys who love looking into what things are made up of. There are three different magnification levels and easy-to-use focus knobs.

They can examine the wings of a fly, see its eye in close up, or grow bacteria and examine it. A book explaining how to use the microscope is included.


23. Crayola Light Up Tracing Pad

For the Young Artist

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This lightweight tracing pad has LED lights, making it easy to trace through. It’s really thin and portable. A graphite pencil and 12 colored pencils are included, along with 10 tracing sheets.


24. Fun Creative DIY Arts and Crafts Kit

Arts and Crafts

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Arts and crafts are a great way for a tweenager to unwind and relax. This kit comes with four designs and 20 coloring markers. Your child can assemble a train, helicopter, and airplane, as well as a house, and then get creative coloring them in.

You’ll probably be asking them to share with you; these look like a good stress reliever.


25. SKLZ Mini Basketball Hoop

Shoot for the Hoop

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No review of boys’ toys would be complete without a basketball hoop. This mini version fits over a door and comes complete with a mini-basketball. The shatter-resistant backboard has foam backing to prevent damage.

This is great for kids to let off steam on rainy days indoors, or just for practicing their skills whenever they want.


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Activities for When Kids Say They’re Bored

No time for TV!

Nasty weather can sometimes keep kids stuck inside. Being cooped up inside can be frustrating for kids and parents. Often children spend more time using screens like TV and tablets than they normally would because of their limited play options.

But rainy day activities don’t need to be a bummer! When kids say they are bored, there are many different rainy day activities and games children can try instead of using screens. From easy crafting to fun learning activities, there are so many rainy day games that can keep kids on the move and entertained. Next time your child is stuck inside on a rainy day, offer some of these fun activities when they tell you they’re bored. These also make for great indoor winter activities, when it’s more challenging to get and stay outside!

Boredom Jar

One creative parent told us she made a “boredom” jar for her house. She cuts scraps of paper and writes a different activity for kids on each one. Each scrap contains suggestions like: “make paper boats”; “make friendship bracelets”, “play a ball toss game”, and other crafts and activities. Whenever her kids say they’re bored, instead of watching TV, she lets them choose three papers from the boredom jar and they can choose an activity to complete. It’s a great way to collect and store rainy day activities!

So which fun indoor activities are best to add for a day when you’re stuck at home? Anything fun and easy, such as crafts and activities that use household items, are best for rainy days and kids of all age. Any of the activities for kids below would be a great to add to your jar.

Build a Fort

Who doesn’t love a fort on a stormy day? It’s a great indoor activity for kids that can also exercise their motor skills. Let your child gather blankets, pillows, cardboard boxes, and chairs. Use them to make a pillow fort they can climb inside. Bring a flashlight and some stuffed animals and make it a party!

Indoor Obstacle Course

Obstacle courses can be a fun activity both outdoors and indoors! They also get kids moving, which works their gross motor skills, and help them to burn energy.

Kids might need help setting them up depending on their age. Try moving over and under things, rolling around, hopping on one foot or both. These moves help your child practice essential motor milestones. Be sure to let your child think of changes to make to the course as well to get their imagination going. Have a race and get involved. Remember to be safe and make sure sharp corners and breakable objects are put away or kept in a safe place.

Write a Letter

Did you know that handwriting, coloring, and cutting are a great way for children to practice fine motor skills? Get out fun stationary or plain paper and envelopes and let your children decorate the paper. Help them write a letter to a distant relative or old friend. Writing a letter can also help with their communication skills. If they’re too young to write, have them make a card with illustrations. Teach them how to address the letter and explain the how postage and stamps work.

Sock Puppets

Here’s an easy crafting activity that will last a while. Do you have any lonely, single socks lying around that just can’t seem to find a partner? Have some fun making them into sock puppets with your child. Use markers to draw faces and scissor to cut a mouth. You can then put on a puppet show with your sock puppets!

Dress Up

Start a costume bin in your house. Fill it with your clothes from past decades, old Halloween costumes, and goofy finds from thrift stores. Whenever your little one is looking for something fun to do, pull out the costume bin and let them step into character!

Imaginary Creatures

Let your child invent an imaginary pet. It can be a pet they wish they had or it doesn’t even have to be a real animal. Sometimes the mythical, made-up animals are more fun. Does it have the body of an eagle and the tusks of an elephant? Can it fly? Can it swim, but only in pools? Have your child come up with a name and story for their creature. Your child can draw pictures to tell the story of how their creature came to be.

Tea Party

Let your child don their fancy clothes and gather all their stuffed animal buddies. Perhaps you can play the butler and serve “tea” as your child leads conversations with his/her friends. We tend to think of communication milestones and language development when our children are learning their first words, but language development doesn’t end there. Did you know your child is learning to hold conversations and communicate socially when they play?

Have a Family Game Night

Looking for family activities kids of all ages can take part in? Then look no further than a family game night! Can’t find the right game to play? Check out this list of family-approved games, including everything from card games to games that will get everyone moving and working their motor skills.

Close your Eyes and Guess Game

This is a fun game to play to help with your child’s sensory development. Just like the name suggests, you take turns closing your eyes for this game. Brush a mystery object on your child’s hand and let them describe how the object feels and then guess what it might be. Try a feather, piece of fruit, or book. This game makes children use their sense of touch in place of vision relying on sensory integration skills to do so.

Scavenger Hunt for Kids

Who says scavenger hunts are just an outdoor activity? You can set up a scavenger hunt indoors by placing clues around the house and having your little one look for household products for the next clue (they can be simple objects, such as a toilet paper roll, a paper plate, a blue sock, etc.). Once they have found everything on the hunt, there can be a fun game or prize at the end; possibly some ice cream, or a fun craft to make. And hey, if the clouds part, then turn it into a nature scavenger hunt! There are many developmental benefits of outdoor activities for kids and playing in nature.

There are countless other fun activities you can add to your family’s boredom jar! Check out this kids activities blog where we have endless suggestions of indoor and outdoor activities that can be done at home. These can be fun activities for the entire family or open-ended activities for your child to complete on his or her own.

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Wondering what to do if you’re stuck inside with your kids all day? Our huge list of active indoor activities will keep your kids – from toddlers to teens – busy and burning energy!

It doesn’t matter where you’re located, or what the weather is like outside your window, there are always times when you have to be inside. And as Moms, I think we all understand that Kids + Energy + Inside is an equation that can equal chaos and inevitable disaster.

That’s why we teamed up with one of our favorite brands of all time, Tea Collection, to test out their all-new active wear line, and bring you an epic list of active indoor games and activities that will get your kids up and moving, even on the gloomiest of days. 

These activities will not only fight boredom (which equals less whining, woohoo!) but will also challenge their minds and muscles – strengthening their bodies and releasing all that pent-up energy – ultimately leaving you with stronger kids (albeit a little sweaty), that won’t fight you when it comes to hitting the hay. A worthy outcome indeed.

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TAPE GAMES

A simple roll of low-tack Painter’s tape (like this one for delicate surfaces) will be your new best friend once you try these genius ideas that get kids exerting their energy in all sorts of creative ways.

(editor’s note: just bringing out the roll of tape got Ooos and Ahhs from my kids – these activities were extremely well received and have now been added to my Boredom Buster bag of tricks!)

Tape Shape Game: Use this tape to put a variety of shapes, letters and/or numbers on your floor. Have your child stand on their favorite one then give them instructions to follow that will lead them to their next destination (for example: “bear crawl to the square”, “hop like a Frog to the T”, “Run to the rectangle”). We love that this game from Toddler Approved keeps your child moving, but also helps them learn their shapes, letters and numbers!

Tape Lines: Make 5-10 separate lines of tape, each about a foot apart, on your floor or carpet. Label the first one the “start” line and then give your kids simple instructions:

  • Long Jump: See how many lines they can jump over. Have them try and beat their best score each time. Experiment with arm swinging vs. arms behind their backs.
  • Run ‘n’ Jump: Now let them take a running start and see if they can jump even further!
  • Long Jump Backwards: Increase the difficulty by performing the tasks jumping backwards.
  • Hop: How far can they jump on one leg?
  • Reach ‘n’ Stretch: How far can their leg reach with one foot on the “start” line?

Create a Race-Car Track: Use your painter’s tape (or opt for this super cool race-track tape) to make a huge road system for your kids’ matchbox cars. Think outside the box and have the track scale furniture and other obstacles (just make sure it’s something you don’t mind toy vehicles being “driven” over). The key to making it active is to make it large-scale, so they are engaging their core muscles while crawling all over. (Pic via PopSugar and Pinterest – source unknown)

You can even make it super-sized for ride-on vehicles like the pics here from Hands On As We Grow.  

RELATED: For our top tested picks for indoor ride-on toys see The Best Indoor Gross Motor Toys For Active Kids (To Get That Energy Out!)

Hopscotch: Make a simple hopscotch “board” and your kids will think it’s just the coolest thing that it’s inside! (pic via Brit+co) Number Squares: Make a large square with your tape and then divide it into 9 or more small squares, marking random numbers in each one. Now ask your child to perform a specific movement to get to the next number like “jump to 10”, “zoom to 3”, “slither to 67”. (via DreamGYM)

BALLOON GAMES

Has your child ever received a balloon at a birthday party and been totally enamored by it? Take that fascination to the next level by adding in a few “rules” and they’ll be happily moving around developing their gross motor skills while burning off some of that rambunctious energy.

Try some of our favorite balloon games and always keep a few handy to pull out when the going gets tough.

**Just a reminder that pieces of burst balloons can be a serious choking hazard, so if you have younger kids, make sure they are supervised during these activities at all times**Don’t Let The Balloon Touch The Ground: This is the classic game that kids fall for every time. The rules are simple – hit the balloon up in the air but don’t let it touch the ground. To make it more challenging for older kids, have them juggle more than 1 balloon, or tie one hand behind their back. Time them to see how long they can do it for, or if you have multiple kids, have them count how many times they can hit it back and forth…then see if they can beat their time or score! This game is great for improving arm strength and hand-eye coordination.

Try adding stuffed animals to the mix for extra fun. Have your child pick their favorite stuffy and hold it in their hand so it is essentially the one hitting the balloon. You’d be surprised how this one simple variation can boost their engagement even further!

Penguin Waddle: Place a balloon between your child’s knees and have them waddle across the room without dropping it. Make it more challenging for older kids by having them go around a few obstacles. If they drop it, they have to go back to the start.

For multiple kids, have them play as a team with the balloon placed between their hips. Once they get the hang of it, get out your timer to see how fast they can do it.

Balloon Taps: Hang a balloon by a string from your doorway so it is a few inches higher than your child’s arm reach. Then challenge them to try and tap it with their hand. Count how many they can do in a row without missing (this gets tiring very quickly!). Up the ante by seeing if they can jump and touch the balloon with the top of their head!

Balloon Blow: Set up a “course” and see if your child can blow a balloon all the way to the finish line. They’ll have to do lots of army crawls working their upper body and core strength along the way.

Backhand Balloon Balance: Challenge your kids to balance a balloon on the back of their hand, and see how long they can do it before it falls to the ground. You’d be surprised how much they will move around with this one!Balloon Paddle Ball: Use a fly swatter, tennis/badminton racket or make your own paddle using a paper plate and over-sized popsicle stick (or use a paint stir stick or plastic spoon), then use it to play the games above.

These paddles are also fun for balancing your balloon. Have your kids try to keep their balloon on the paddle as they navigate through obstacles or run around the house. Not as easy as it sounds!Balloon Foot BalanceFor a real challenge, have your kids lie on the ground with their legs up in the air and try and balance the balloon on their feet. It’s not an easy task and requires a lot of concentration. It’s also a great core workout!

Balloon Volleyball: Make a “net” by tying a piece of string between 2 chairs and then have your child hit the balloon back and forth by running from one side to the other, trying to keep it off the floor. If you have 2 or more kids, have them hit it over the net as many times as they can without it falling.Balloon Hockey: Use a small kiddy hockey stick or make your own out of cardboard (see full tutorial on Creative Connections For Kids) to navigate a balloon into a net (use a laundry basket or box on its side if you don’t have any smaller ones to bring indoors).

FUN/SILLY MOVING GAMES

Just a warning – you’re going to have a hard time deciding which of these fun (and often giggle-fit-inducing) games to play first. They’re so entertaining that you’ll be wanting to join in too!

Sticky Spider Web: Use painter’s tape to make a web-like design on a doorway opening (idea via Hands On As We Grow). Give your kids some newspaper to scrunch up and throw up at the web. Or get creative and use other light-weight objects like balloons. Have them count how many objects stick versus how many don’t for extra learning points.

Sticky Note Wall Bop: Attach 26 sticky notes to the back of a door and write a different letter on each one (in random order). Make a “start” line a few feet away from the door (more if you have older kids), and have your child stand behind it with a soft ball, bean bag, stuffed animal or pair of rolled up socks. Now instruct them to throw their object to try and hit the “A” or the “T”. Players with more advanced aim and spelling skills can try and hit all the letters in specific words (to make it even tougher, if they miss one of the letters, have them start all over again!).

Alternatively, write different point values on each sticky and give your child 10 throws. For each target they hit, mark down the number of points. At the end of the round, tally up to crown a winner (or if playing solo, have them try and beat their previous score). (editor’s note: make sure your kids are retrieving their throwing object themselves…running and bending down to pick it up over and over again is all part of the exercise!)

Floor Bop: Take Wall Bop to the floor. Instead of aiming up high, your kids will now have to toss an object to land on pieces of paper on the floor. The same rules as above can apply.

Color Toss: Similar to Floor Bop, but with this game you’ll tape colored pieces of construction paper to the floor. Create your own point system where you get 1 point if you land a bean bag on any paper, but 5 points if you land on a paper that matches the bean bag color.

You can also use these colored “mats” to instruct your child to do fun tasks such as “bounce like a bunny to green”, “tiptoe to yellow” and “high knees to red”.

Ping Pong Ball Catch: Get out those plastic red Solo cups and a few ping pong balls (or any small object that will fit in the cup) and have your kids toss the ball to a partner and try and catch it in the cup. Start out close together and then keep taking a step backwards to increase the challenge. For a single-player, they can simply throw the ball in the air and try and catch it.Alligator Alley: One of our favorite go-to inside games of all time. Simply scatter some “islands” or “boats” across the floor (use pillows, stuffed animals, books, etc) and then have your kids jump from one to the next without falling into the “water” and risk being eaten by a hungry alligator. Bonus points if Mom plays said hungry alligator and chomps after them when they stumble!

Crab Walk: Teach your child how to do the crab walk, then see how fast they can scurry across the room. Have races with siblings (or yourself!) and then increase the level of difficulty by having them balance a stuffed animal on their stomach. If it falls, they have to scramble back to the beginning and start again!

Cotton-Ball Crawl: This Cotton-Ball Crawl game (via Parenting) is tons of fun and involves moving a pile of cotton balls from one room to another using a spoon. The feather-weight cotton balls make it easy to fly off if they don’t balance it just right!

ABC Exercise Cards: Download these fun printable cards from Home School Share which outline an active task for each letter of the alphabet. Have your child do all the ones that make up their name, or simply pick at random. In addition to getting in some healthy physical movement, they’ll also be learning their letters!

Indoor Croquet: Make your own indoor croquet course using toilet paper rolls or pieces of construction paper (via Toddler Approved). Amp up the activity by writing active tasks on each “tunnel” that need to be completed once your ball makes it through like “do 15 jumping jacks as fast as you can” or “go run up and down the stairs 2 times”. 

Movement Chain: You need at least 2 players for this interactive game where the first person starts by performing a certain movement – this could be something simple like jumping 2 times, or more complex like holding a plank for 30 seconds. The next person has to perform the first movement, and then add on another, forming a chain. The following person does the previous 2 movements, plus adds their own. You continue in this fashion until the chain sequence is broken (usually forgotten!) and then that person is out. The last one standing is the winner.

Potato Drop: The Potato Drop (via Parenting) is another one of our favorites because kids think it is good ol’ silly fun (we do too). Have all participants place a potato between their knees and race to a finish line where they have to drop it into a designated bowl or bucket. If the potato is dropped, or if hands touch it, they have to go back to the start and try again. (editor’s note: this is actually a great party game for big groups of kids – split them up into 2 teams and relay race to see which one can get all their potatoes into the bucket first!)

Mirror, Mirror: Stand face to face with your child, about a foot apart, and have them attempt to copy all your movements. Reach up and stretch to the sky. Do 10 jumping jacks. Run in place. Act like a monkey. Make it fun and you’ll both be working up a sweat in no time. Then switch roles and copy your child – they won’t be able to hold back the laughter (and neither will you!).

Airplane Landing: Make paper airplanes and throw them. The catch? You have to collect it and bring it back to the start line without walking – this could be running, hopping, skipping, twirling, crawling…let them get creative!

Crib Mattress Slide: This is another one of our go-to activities when we’re stuck inside – it’s super simple but kids think it is a riot! Take a crib mattress and prop it up on a bed or soft chair so it creates a slide to the ground. Now your kids can climb on up and slide down over and over again (just make sure you keep a hand on it at the top so it doesn’t slip down).

Pillow Case Race: On hardwood or tile floors, sit on a pillow case (or a t-shirt) and use your arms and legs to scoot around a “race” course.

Target Practice: Set up some targets (empty water bottles or paper towel rolls work great) and have your kids try and knock them down with Nerf guns or throwing soft objects. The exercise comes in when they have to keep going back and forth between retrieving their objects and the start line.

Wiggle Jar: Print out these inventive activity cards from Home School Share and place them in a jar for whenever your child needs to let the “wiggles” out. These cards are packed with great movements and silly actions like “pretend you’re in a band for 2 minutes: play the instrument of your choice” and “push the wall (hold it up) for 30 seconds”. Discard the few cards that have outdoor activities for when you’re truly stuck inside!

HUNTS

Although we may hunt for things all the time (hello keys, wallet, phone!), your kids don’t always get the same chance at discovery. So set them up with a hunt all their own with these incredibly creative ideas:

Lego Color Hunt: You have to try this one, it is a kid-favorite and super easy to execute. Select 4 pieces of colored construction paper and then collect 10 Lego pieces that match each one (ie. 10 yellow Lego pieces for a yellow piece of paper). Now hide all of the Lego pieces in one room/area of your house and lay out the colored paper on a table or the floor nearby. Start the clock and have your kid(s) start hunting.

Once they’ve found a Lego, they need to return it to the piece of paper that matches in color. See how long it takes them to find them all (tell them there’s 10 of each color so they can count to see if they’re missing any themselves), and then re-hide so they can try and get a lower time. (editor’s note: for my 2 older kids I hid 5 Duplo Legos and 5 regular Legos of each color and then assigned them a size – that way they each had the opportunity to find the same amount…and big brother couldn’t sweep them all up leaving little sis with nothing!)

Once they’ve had enough of the game, challenge them to have a little quiet time and make a cool rainbow structure out of the Legos (while Mom drinks a cup of coffee…score!)

Puzzle Piece Hunt: This is a genius idea courtesy of No Time For Flash Cards.  Hide all the pieces of a wooden board puzzle and have your child search for them – returning each piece to the board as they go. This game gets them moving, and their brain working at the same time, and kids love having a goal to complete. They’ll beg you to hide them again! 

Paint Chip Color Hunt: Pick up some brightly colored paint chips from your local hardware store and ask your kids to find items that match each color as closely as possible (again, keep a timer going so they quicken their pace). Don’t have Paint Chips? Use colored construction paper instead like Simple Play Ideas! ABC Hunt: Have your kids go around the house with a basket, collecting items that start with each letter of the alphabet (A for apple, B for Barbie, C for Crayola, etc) – give them a checklist to mark off each one as they go. Time them so they run!Scavenger Hunt: Use this Scavenger Hunt Printable from Living and Life Designed to send your kids on a fun hunt around the house collecting various items that you’ve listed. Make it fun by including specific things like “your favorite bath toy” or “a pink sock” to more general categories like “something that begins with the letter T”. And yes, set that timer!

Flash Light Scavenger Hunt: If you have a room that can get sufficiently dark by turning off the lights and closing the blinds, send your kids on a Flash Light Scavenger Hunt where they have to find certain hidden items in the dark using a flashlight. Kids go crazy for this one! (via Hands On As We Grow)

MAZE + OBSTACLE COURSE

These incredible ideas for making your own DIY maze or obstacle course will test your child’s strategic skills while getting their heart pumping.

Mission Impossible Obstacle Maze: Using either Crepe Paper  or Flag Tape (held in place with Painter’s Tape), create an intricate maze in a hallway for your kids to navigate their bodies through. Put the tape up high and down low, forcing them to step over and crawl under at various points. The only problem with this one is that once you make it, your kids will constantly be begging you to make another! (Idea via Brassy Apple)Life-size Book Maze: This creative idea from Preschool Powol Packets uses books (but other household items: clothing, brooms, and sports equipment like bats and sticks would all work well) to create a large scale maze that will challenge your kids to find their way out. Once they have the hang of it, have them crawl, hop, or walk backwards through it! This one is great for preschoolers to work on their spatial awareness and problem solving skills – in addition to getting them up and moving.

Obstacle Course: This tried-and-true idea is always a huge hit with kids, and can be made different every time so it never gets old. Make sure to create an engaging course that includes a variety of motions (jumping, crawling, balancing, etc.) and uses a large area. Have your kids help make the course (which is half the fun!) using some of these creative ideas:

  • Hula hoops to jump through
  • Line of tape to balance on
  • Couch cushions to hop between
  • Table to crawl under
  • Blanket over 2 chairs to crab walk through
  • Tupperware containers to hurdle over
  • Stuffed animals to roll over
  • Plastic cups to run around

We love that obstacle courses are great for kids of all ages to participate in – the younger tots enjoy just being able to complete all the obstacles, while older kids can race against each other or the clock. You could even have them attempt it balancing a bean bag or stuffed animal on their head, or with 1 hand behind their back.

Take 10 minutes to set-up a super engaging course, and you’ll benefit from happy, worn-out kids.

USE YOUR GARAGE

Sometimes the most obvious ideas don’t dawn on you until it’s too late. If you have a garage, why not move out your car and let your kids go wild in the open (but covered) space. Depending on its size, they could use their scooters, bikes and other outdoor ride-on toys, or play a game of tag, catch, soccer or street hockey. The best part about this is that your kids really feel like they’re getting outdoor play time, and are getting some fresh (well, fresh-er) air at the same time.

BRING OUTDOOR TOYS INSIDE

If using your garage isn’t a viable option (where are all the hoarders at?!), then consider bringing some of your child’s outdoor toys inside. These can be smaller items like jump ropes and soft balls, or larger items like scooters, ride-ons and our all-time favorite fold-up slide (editor’s note: this slide has been in and out of my house for years – it fits in our playroom in the winter and is used with a stuffed animal landing pit and in obstacle courses. It then goes outside in the summer as a fun slide into our blow-up pool!)

SPORTS GAMES

Another way to bring the outdoors in, is to adapt your child’s favorite outdoor sports games to be indoor friendly. Try out these variations for plenty of sweaty fun:

Basketball: If you have a Little Tikes basketball hoop or an over-the-door one, then you’re all set to play with a soft foam ball. But no worries if you don’t, just grab some laundry baskets or beach buckets and place them on the floor, stairs or hang from a door handle or hook. Make-shift your own balls with a wad of newspaper, bean bags, soft toys or rolled-up socks.

Play a game of HORSE or see who can make the farthest shot. Set-up lines of tape to see how many shots they can make from each one. Or set a timer for 1 minute and challenge them to make as many baskets as they can (running to retrieve the ball after each missed shot!).

Figure Skating: Clear an area on your floor (you can even “rope” off an actual “rink” if you’d like), grab you hat and mittens, and pretend you’re gliding across the ice. There’s several fun ways to make it feel as real as possible:

  • Use dryer sheets – they provide just the right amount of slide and won’t scratch your floors!
  • Paper Plate Skating from Hands On As We Grow: Simply grab 2 paper plates, step on them with bare feet (they’ll “stick” better) and then slide away. 
  • Put a pair of wool-like mittens on your feet (kids think this is pretty silly which adds to the fun)
  • Construct wax paper booties using string or tape
  • Save old tissue boxes and kids can simply place their feet through the opening!

Lacrosse: Lacosse is a tough sport to safely practice inside, unless you have this genius training device. The CradleBaby is a regulation Lacrosse ball with a tether strap that attaches to the head of a Lacrosse stick. So your child can practice their stick skills all over the house without creating any damage!

Bowling: Set up your bowling “lane” with some painter’s tape and use plastic bottles or cups for pins. Use any type of ball to bowl, attempting to knock down as many pins as possible. Keep track of the score, or simply aim to knock them all down in one turn. Create a plastic cup pyramid to up the fun-factor even more.Soccer: Bring outdoor nets inside, or set up a goal using 2 cones (or plastic cups), a chair (score by getting it through the legs) or a simple piece of tape. Use any soft ball, or a super fun gliding ball like this one!

Mini Golf: If you already have mini-golf putters, all you’ll need are a few “holes” to start your round of golf. Tape some plastic cups lying on their side to the ground, or create tunnels with pieces of construction paper. If you don’t have putters, use long rolls of wrapping paper, hockey sticks, or pool noodles!   

Hockey: Create your own version of indoor hockey using balloons and pool noodles for young kids, or a knee hockey set like this one featured in our Gift Guide: The Best Indoor Gross Motor Toys For Active Kids

Dress the Part

If you’re stuck indoors for the long haul, pick several of the activities from our list and announce to your kids that you have some fun indoor activities planned. Instruct them to put on their favorite active wear and meet back at a designated spot in a few minutes. Just the act of getting into “special clothing” will snap them out of boredom and get them excited about what’s to come!

A big thank-you to our incredible partner, Tea Collection, for providing us with samples of their new Active collection to test. We’ve been avid fans of Tea’s globally inspired clothing for years, and their latest endeavor did not disappoint. Our kid-testers stayed cool in their colorful tanks, shorts and leggings thanks to the moisture wicking, made-to-move fabrics.

We love that you can mix and match pieces from Tea Active with their everyday collection, and bonus: they’re made with UPF 40 protection, so they’ll keep your kids comfy and protected both indoors and out.

Check out Tea Active and all their latest arrivals here.

CLASSIC GAMES + ACTIVITIES

Some games are classics for a reason: they’re just simple good ol’ fun. These ones are our favorites, updated for modern indoor play:

Egg ‘n’ Spoon Race: Grab a spoon and any small round object that will fit on top (or if you’re brave and have easy-to-clean floors, go ahead and use a real egg!). Create a course for your child to navigate through and see if they can do it without dropping it off the spoon. Once they’ve got the hang of it, go for speed!

“Potato Sack” Race: Update this classic by using pillow cases! Have your kids step in and hold it up around their waist, then hop to the finish. So simple, but they will be laughing like crazy and getting crazy tired all at once.

3-Legged Race: Tie your kids’ outside ankles together with something soft and stretchy like a long ski sock, PJ pants or bandage wrap. Now they’ll have to work as a team to coordinate their movements to get from point A to point B. This is one of our favorites because it not only builds gross motor coordination, but is great for sibling bonding too!

Wheelbarrow Puzzle Walk: Take your average Wheelbarrow race to the next level by having your child complete a puzzle in this brilliant idea from Stir The Wonder. Set-up a wooden puzzle board and scatter the pieces around a room. Grab your child’s ankles (or hips to make it a bit easier for little ones) and hold them up so they can walk on their hands to collect them. They have to bring each piece back 1-by-1 and fit it into the board until the puzzle is complete. (editor’s note: this is one of my kids’ favorites and is great for upper body strengthening!)Hula Hoop: If you have a Hula Hoop, now is the perfect time to dust it off and bring it back to life. Make it fresh by turning it into a game like who can do the most circles around their waist, arm or ankle. Try rolling it back and forth between 2 people, or see if your child can put some backspin on it and make it return to themselves. For little ones, put it on the floor and practice jumping in/out, side-to-side or have them pick it up and use it as a steering wheel to drive an imaginary car all around the house!

Jumping Limbo: Do the Limbo in reverse: instead of going under, have your kids jump over! Using something flexible like a stretchy exercise band, crepe paper or jump rope, have 2 people hold it (or attach it to something on one side) and start it on the ground. Have your kids run in a circle and then jump over it. After a few successful jumps, raise it an inch or two. Keep raising it until they can’t jump any higher!

Red-Light, Green-Light (Purple Light?!) Do your kids go nutty for this game every single time like ours? We like to add in a few different colored lights as the game goes on to keep it interesting:

  • Yellow Light: Slow crawl on the ground
  • Green Light: Jump like a frog
  • Blue Light: Try and touch the sky
  • Purple Light: Do a silly dance

Hide-and-Seek: Make it more active by having them hide on different levels of your house every time, that way they’re going up and down stairs every few minutes. Or, have the player that is found first perform a “penalty” that can include classic exercises like jumping jacks, burpees or sit-ups!

Simon Says: Get your child on board to play a game of Simon Says and they’ll do whatever active motions you dream up. But make sure you still make them a little silly – think animal movements, dramatic actions and anything on one foot.

Twister: Get in a good stretch by playing a game of twister. Don’t have the game? Make your own by taping construction paper circles on the floor. 

Bubbles! We’ve never met a child that doesn’t get excited about bubbles. Blow some with a wand and challenge your kids to pop them all before they touch the ground, prompting lots of jumping and diving. Better yet, create your own Bubble Machine with a fan! (via Kids Activities Blog)

Parachute: Grab a bed sheet and get your whole family involved – everyone taking a side and rapidly moving your arms up and down. Put some small balls or balloons on top and try and fling them off. Kids love this one!

ACTIVITY DICE

We love these fun, interactive games where your assign a get-up-and-move task to each side of a cube. Kids simply roll the cube to see what activity they need to perform, and for how long. You can create different themes like animal movements (think “run like a Cheetah”, or “Hop like a Frog”) or go for classic exercises (jumping jacks, sit-ups or planks anyone?) and scale them appropriately for your child’s age and ability.

Kids really love these simple yet silly games, and you can easily change them up with new tasks to keep it fresh. A few of our favorite variations include:

(1)  Lego Super Hero Action Dice: We love this free printable from Life Over C’s and so will any Super Hero loving kids. Simply print and roll and they’ll be soaring like superman, zooming like the Batmobile and Running like Flash!

(2)  Get the Kids Moving Game: Just print, cut and glue these colorful printable die (via Paperelli for iheartnaptime) and your kids will be performing silly (but strengthening) tasks like “Bunny Hops for 15 seconds” or “One-Leg Flamingo Balance for 45 seconds” in no time.

(3)  Animal Action Dice: This adorable printable dice from Playdoh to Plato features creative animal movements like “Wander like a moose” and “Scurry like a squirrel”.  

(4)  Movement Dice: Alternatively, use these printable movement dice from Pink Oatmeal which include classic movements and animals.

(5)  Animal Movement Activity Dice: Simply print and stick these engaging animal movements from Silhouette Blog onto a wooden block. This one is perfect for pre-schoolers who won’t be able to hold back the giggles whenever they roll “Waddle like a penguin”.

(6)  Move Like An Insect Gross Motor Dice: This printable dice from Life Over C’s features bugs and their movements. Your kids will be having a blast crawling like caterpillars and flapping like butterflies while burning off tons of energy! 

(7)  Moving My Body Gross Motor Dice: Another great printable from Life Over C’s features 2 dice – 1 with body parts and 1 with motions. Roll them both and put them together to do active motions like “wiggle your head” and “bend your elbow”. 

(8)  Snowy Winter Gross Motor Dice: For this game from 3 Dinosaurs there are two dice: 1 for winter-themed movements (think snow angel, skiing and shoveling) and 1 for speed (fast, slow and normal). A great active boredom buster for your next snow day! 

(9)  Animal Dice Game: Another fun option for animal movements are these free printable dice from Twitchetts which combine instructions on 1 die like “act like…” and “run like…” with different animals on another die. 

(10)  Gross Motor Action Dice: This easy printable from I Can Teach My Child will have your child hop, skip and jumping their energy away. 

BONUS IDEAS!

These may not be printable, but they’re super easy to execute and are still extremely engaging.

Assign-a-Dice: On a piece of paper assign each number from 1-6 a movement or action. Have your child roll a dice and perform the task assigned to the corresponding number. Make it active yet silly for best results. A few fun ones to try:

  • Do 10 burpees…blindfolded!
  • Crab Crawl backwards around the edge of the room
  • Fly like a bird to the bathroom and back
  • Army crawl for 20 seconds

For extra fun, use 2 dice and assign movements to one die (running, jumping, etc), and animals to the other. Roll them both and your kids will be “slithering like a monkey”, “hopping like a fish” or “skipping like an elephant” amidst fits of laugher.

Uno Movement Game: OK, so this Uno Movement game from Still Playing School isn’t technically an activity dice game, but it works in a very similar manner. Grab a deck of Uno Cards and assign actions to each number. Flip a card over and everyone gets up and completes the task.

GET DRAMATIC

This won’t be a problem for most kids, as drama is often a skill that is practiced daily (whether they realize it or not!). Have your kids channel that drama in these exciting activities that will also reduce their restless energy.

Movement Charades: Pretend to be your favorite animal, superhero or sports player by imitating their signature moves (no sounds allowed!). The rest of the players try and guess who they are – the first one to do so correctly, gets a point. If your kids have trouble thinking on the spot, write down some suggestions and place them in a hat to draw from when it’s their turn

Create a Show: Invite your kids to create their very own play (you’ll provide the audience!). The only catch is that they have to create it around an active prompt you give them – this could be a sport, activity (karate, dance, gymnastics) or our personal favorite, a Circus Show full of juggling (attempts at least) and jumping through hoops. Once they’re ready to perform, video tape it so it feels like a real production (plus kids love to watch themselves on tape so you’ll get a moment of rest while the replay airs).

Put on a Fashion Show: Kids love to dress-up, and this idea brings that love to the next level. Create a long runway out of tape or kraft paper and invite your fashionistas to perform their best walk while you pump the music. You can play the judge awarding points for style, creativity and their overall strut.

Choreograph a Routine: If your child is into dance, theatre or just loves to be the star of the show, challenge them to choreograph a one minute solo routine that they’ll have to perform in front of their loyal fans (ahem, you). Not only does this get kids thinking creatively and working independently (aka Mom gets a break), it also gets their blood flowing as they practice over and over again until it’s just right.

IMAGINATIVE PLAY

Exercise your child’s body and mind with these active imaginative games.

Snowball Fight: Create an indoor snow fight by creating your own snowballs with scrunched up pieces of newspaper, or buy a fun indoor snowball fight kit like this one. Make your own fort to take cover in between throws. This is a kid-favorite and they burn a ton of energy ducking and darting out of the way of incoming blizzards.

We’re Going On A Bear Hunt: Hide a bear (or other stuffed animal) somewhere in your house and have your child find it (use “hot” or “cold” for younger kids who may need a bit of direction). Bonus points if you read the book first. 

Make Elephant Feet: Stomp around the house with these inventive DIY Elephant Feet from Martha Stewart. Click here for the full tutorial. 

MUSICAL + DANCE

Time to pull out your best ‘90s dance moves and crank up the music. With these games your kids will forget all about the rain or snow outside, and instead they’ll dance up a storm of their very own.

Dance Party! Turn on the high-energy music and have a dance off! Make sure you have a large open space (clear of toys to trip on) and twirl, twist and shimmy your way around the room. Add in musical instruments or turn off the lights and break out some glow-sticks to prolong the party.

Freeze Dance: Add-in a game to your dance party where one person stops the music and everyone else must instantly freeze. If you catch someone moving, they’re out. The last one standing (or dancing in this case), wins.

Musical Letters: Make pieces of paper with big letters on them and spread them around the room. Play some music while they dance and then stop it and call out one of the letters. They have to immediately find the letter and sit down on it. If they pick the wrong one, have them do 15 jumping jacks (or whatever age appropriate movement you decide). Scale this activity to fit the level of your child – use colors, numbers or sight words to make it easier or harder. (Idea via Let Kids Be Kids)

EXERCISE VIDEOS!

Let’s face it, most kids would love to sit in front of their iPad on a rainy day for hours on end, but an explosion of pent-up energy at bedtime is not exactly our idea of fun. Instead, turn their “device” time into exercising fun by turning on some kid-friendly YouTube Exercise Videos.

Some of our favorite YouTube channels and videos for getting your kids up and moving include:

GoNoodle: This channel provides the greatest variety of get-you-moving videos for kids. Do a little exploring and you’re bound to find the perfect one for your kids (editor’s note: a current favorite in our household is this one from Trolls)

Whip/Nae Nae Elementary Cardio Workout: This genius cardio version of the popular Whip/Nae Nae moves performed by elementary school kids incorporates jumping jacks, lunges and push-ups in a workout that’s so fun, kids won’t even realize they’re working out.

Koo Koo Kanga Roo: If you can get past the kitchy mustache and fanny pack on this dynamic duo, you kids will be totally intrigued by Koo Koo Kanga Roo’s dance-a-long songs, including our favorite Dinosaur Stomp. 

Learning Station: This channel boasts “healthy music for a child’s heart, body and mind”, offering educational videos with lots of active participation geared towards toddlers, preschoolers and elementary aged kids. Some of our top selections: “Move and Freeze” and “Shake Your Sillies Out“. 

Jack Hartmann Kids Music Channel: Jack Hartmann is another great channel with lots of videos to explore, and features educational themes (learn counting, numbers and more!) with dance and movement. Check out the short Brain Breaks and Physical Education songs, plus our favorites “Animals in Action” and “Top Dog”. 

Move To Learn Channel: Pair educational songs with easy-to-follow exercise moves, and you’ve got engaged kids burning tons of energy. We love “King Shapes” for youngers kids and “Football Fractions” for slightly older kids (especially those sports-obsessed!). 

Saskia’s Dansschool: This incredible dance school in The Netherlands films their talented dancers performing high-energy dances to popular songs. Head to their “Kids Dances” section for choreographed routines danced by a group of skilled kids to hits from the likes of Justin Bieber, Justin Timberlake and Meghan Trainer. These videos have millions of likes on YoutTube and your kids will love playing them over and over again to pick up all the moves (plus many of them even have their own choreography step-by-step tutorial videos!).

GROOV3Dance Channel: Professional dancer/choreographer Benjamin Allen leads this series of “how to dance” videos, and we think their mini workouts that last 3-5 minutes are perfect for kids – they feature hit songs and are all high-energy and super engaging. These are perfect for grade schoolers and tweens who want to learn some killer dance moves!

Make sure you check out the “Forget You” CeeLo choregraphed dance which features child dancers.  

Just Dance Kids: Simply search for “Just Dance Kids” on YouTube and it will pull up a whole selection of video routines pulled from the Wii U games. They feature great music that will make you want to jump in there and try to perform all the moves alongside your kids!

Cosmic Kids Yoga: This channel includes a huge collection of videos that focus on yoga and mindfulness wrapped in fun, interactive adventures – building kids’ strength, balance and confidence.

Steve Songs “Let’s Move”: You can’t go wrong with anything from Steve Songs, and this song (as cheesy as it may be) prompts kids to “get up, get up” and certainly has the right message with its “let’s move” chorus. It’s super catchy (just try and get it out of your head!) and kids think it’s silly fun.

Fit Factor Kids Exercise: Kids seem to love this fun 5-minute exercise routine led by a teenage girl who demonstrates a variety of different animal movements. Try it with yours!

CLEAN

Vacuum, Sweep or Swiffer: Open up your cleaning closet and have your child pick their favorite tool. The Swiffer always seems to be a highly coveted item, and having them work their push/pull muscles while cleaning the house is a winning combination for all.

PLAY WITH ACTIVE TOYS

Head over to our Gift Guide: The Best Indoor Gross Motor Toys For Active Kids (To Get That Energy Out!) for our kid-tested recommendations for the best ride-on, balance, swinging, climbing and jumping toys, plus active “board” games.

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14 Fun Things To Do At Home With Your 8-Year-Old

I’ve seen toddler activity lists being circulated out the wazoo and I get it; toddlers need a lot of hands-on and constant stimuli (bless you mama, I remember those days). Flashback to Hailey at 20 months old.

But there are also a lot of us with slightly older kids that feel stuck somewhere between the pasta sensory bin and them being too cool to hang out with us.

The 6-10 year old crowd needs some love too, which is why I’ve compiled this list of things we’ve enjoyed doing together over the past few weeks while hanging out more at home. I’d love for you to share in the comments your favorite way to play and bond with your big kid, too!

Craft Crates. We’ve used Kiwi Crate for years. I did a partnership with them a while back and you can still get a free crate to try. They never fail to be fun, and I love that all the pieces needed come in the box, so I don’t have to worry about our at-home art and craft supplies. I’ve also been eyeballing Green Kid Crafts to try, and just ordered a Kid Stir kit as well.

Obstacle courses in the yard or living room. We have this ninja slack line and set it up in the backyard to help create obstacle courses. We use chalk to draw hopscotch or ladders on the driveway, then chase each other through the course, over obstacles and more. Stuck inside? Take all the pillow off the couch and do the same thing. We’ll also add in that you have to “hop like a frog” between this one and that one, or crab walk backwards. Anything to switch it up!

Scavenger hunts through the neighborhood or house. Outside hunts can include things like a four leaf clover, a purple flower, a lady bug, etc. Inside options can be a 1984 penny, a yellow lego, a dust bunny (what, just me?)

Learn a new hobby together, like knitting. David’s mom taught Hailey to knit and she loves it. She’ll sit on the couch and knit while listening to Stories Podcast on Pandora. You can order knitting needles for kids and yarn online, then learn through YouTube (so many great tutorials!), or buy a circle loom all-in-one kit so they can make something they can really wear right off the bat!

Create a book club or start a weekly poetry tea time. You can do a book club different ways. Read aloud, then discuss, then watch the movie OR have them read the same book as a friend then do a Friday Zoom virtual book club where they can discuss. We also have taken our monthly poetry tea time virtual, where once a month we all zoom with our own tea, and take turns reading or reciting poetry to each other.

Write letters and mail them. We also paint pictures and mail them. Bonus! We’ve learned how to weigh our letters to determine how many stamps we need to mail it. Math and creativity all in one!

Work on a new skill. Hailey has learned to email her grandparents and friends, so our new skill to work on is typing. But there are so many skills to learn at home- how to make scrambled eggs, start a friction fire (parental supervision needed of course), learn to sew a button, etc, etc.

Play board games that don’t make you want to rip your hair out. Our current two favorites are Ticket to Ride and Parcheesi.  

Let them create the menu and take the lead. This can be done for a real meal, or an afternoon snack. My girls love creating “Sister’s Restaurant,” complete with menu, forks rolled in napkins, background music, and some super crazy food options. My only rule is that is has to be truly edible so we don’t waste food, and we stick to that most of the time.

Geocaching. Ok, we haven’t done this yet, but it’s on my list! Have you tried it? Thoughts?

Building challenges! You can use legos, Magnatiles or Goobi, or heck, toothpicks and mini marshmallows! Creating different challenges is a blast. Who can build the tallest? The strongest? The best bridge? The coolest castle? Etc, etc.

Work on phone and Facetime skills. Hailey loves Facetiming with her friends and family, and it’s been great practice at learning to effectively communicate. I’ve been coaching her through etiquette of how to ask questions, hold the camera still, etc.     

Watch old family videos and look through albums. Hailey and I LOVE family albums, so she’s actually been helping me finish up our 2019 album. We use Mixbook and they always turn out excellent. Here are the other ways we turn family memories into keepsakes.

Have a slumber party. Whether it’s in a tent in the backroom, a mattress on the back porch, or a pile on blankets on the floor of the bedroom, nothing excites my kids more than mom joining in on a slumber party. It doesn’t have it often, which only adds to the excitement, but painting nails, telling jokes, and reading books all piled into the same space is the ultimate bonding experience.

All in all, what matters most that I’ve noticed in intentional time. It doesn’t have to even be an extended amount of time, but setting aside an hour that is solely focused on being together does wonders.

Plus, I’ve noticed it forces me to reconnect with my inner kid and forget about the outside world for a while. Being silly is good for the soul!

What do you love doing with your big kid at home?

 

Middle Childhood (9-11 years old)

Developmental Milestones

Your child’s growing independence from the family and interest in friends might be obvious by now. Healthy friendships are very important to your child’s development, but peer pressure can become strong during this time. Children who feel good about themselves are more able to resist negative peer pressure and make better choices for themselves. This is an important time for children to gain a sense of responsibility along with their growing independence. Also, physical changes of puberty might be showing by now, especially for girls. Another big change children need to prepare for during this time is starting middle or junior high school.

Here is some information on how children develop during middle childhood:

Emotional/Social Changes

Children in this age group might:

  • Start to form stronger, more complex friendships and peer relationships. It becomes more emotionally important to have friends, especially of the same sex.
  • Experience more peer pressure.
  • Become more aware of his or her body as puberty approaches. Body image and eating problems sometimes start around this age.

Thinking and Learning

Children in this age group might:

  • Face more academic challenges at school.
  • Become more independent from the family.
  • Begin to see the point of view of others more clearly.
  • Have an increased attention span.

New, easy-to-use, interactive web tools for children and teens to deal with thoughts and feelings in a healthy way.

Positive Parenting Tips

Following are some things you, as a parent, can do to help your child during this time:
  • Spend time with your child. Talk with her about her friends, her accomplishments, and what challenges she will face.
  • Be involved with your child’s school. Go to school events; meet your child’s teachers.
  • Encourage your child to join school and community groups, such as a sports team, or to be a volunteer for a charity.
  • Help your child develop his own sense of right and wrong. Talk with him about risky things friends might pressure him to do, like smoking or dangerous physical dares.
  • Help your child develop a sense of responsibility—involve your child in household tasks like cleaning and cooking. Talk with your child about saving and spending money wisely.
  • Meet the families of your child’s friends.
  • Talk with your child about respecting others. Encourage her to help people in need. Talk with her about what to do when others are not kind or are disrespectful.
  • Help your child set his own goals. Encourage him to think about skills and abilities he would like to have and about how to develop them.
  • Make clear rules and stick to them. Talk with your child about what you expect from her (behavior) when no adults are present. If you provide reasons for rules, it will help her to know what to do in most situations.
  • Use discipline to guide and protect your child, instead of punishment to make him feel badly about himself.
  • When using praise, help your child think about her own accomplishments. Saying “you must be proud of yourself” rather than simply “I’m proud of you” can encourage your child to make good choices when nobody is around to praise her.
  • Talk with your child about the normal physical and emotional changes of puberty.
  • Encourage your child to read every day. Talk with him about his homework.
  • Be affectionate and honest with your child, and do things together as a family.

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Child Safety First

More independence and less adult supervision can put children at risk for injuries from falls and other accidents. Here are a few tips to help protect your child:

  • Protect your child in the car. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration pdf icon[1.15 MB / 1 page]external icon recommends that you keep your child in a booster seat until he is big enough to fit in a seat belt properly. Remember: your child should still ride in the back seat until he or she is 12 years of age because it’s safer there. Motor vehicle crashes are the most common cause of death from unintentional injury among children of this age.
  • Know where your child is and whether a responsible adult is present. Make plans with your child for when he will call you, where you can find him, and what time you expect him home.
  • Make sure your child wears a helmet when riding a bike or a skateboard or using inline skates; riding on a motorcycle, snowmobile, or all-terrain vehicle; or playing contact sports.
  • Many children get home from school before their parents get home from work. It is important to have clear rules and plans for your child when she is home alone.

Healthy Bodies

  • Provide plenty of fruits and vegetables; limit foods high in solid fats, added sugars, or salt, and prepare healthier foods for family meals.
  • Keep television sets out of your child’s bedroom. Set limits for screen time and develop a media use plan for your family.external icon
  • Encourage your child to participate in an hour a day of physical activities that are age appropriate and enjoyable and that offer variety! Just make sure your child is doing three types of activity: aerobic activity like running, muscle strengthening like climbing, and bone strengthening – like jumping rope – at least three days per week.
  • Make sure your child gets the recommended amount of sleep each night: For school-age children 6-12 years, 9–12 hours per 24 hours (including naps)

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CDC’s “Learn the Signs. Act Early.” Campaign
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CDC’s Parent Information (Children 0―3 years)
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CDC’s Essentials for Parenting Toddlers and Preschoolers
Learn ways you can help build a safe, stable, and nurturing relationship with your child.

CDC’s Breastfeeding Information
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CDC’s Information on Infant and Toddler Nutrition
Tips for Parents – Ideas to help children maintain a healthy weight.

CDC’s Protect the Ones You Love
CDC’s Injury Center has information on how you can protect your child from drowning and other common causes of injury.

CDC’s Information on Vaccinations
View the immunization schedule for infants and children and find out if your child’s vaccinations are up to date.

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Healthy Kids Healthy Futureexternal icon
You will find information on physical activity for young children and on ways to keep them moving.

National Highway Traffic Safety Administrationexternal icon (NHTSA)
NHTSA has information on safety recalls and safety tips for children riding in motor vehicles, walking, biking, playing outside, waiting at school bus stops, and more.

National Institute of Child Health and Human Development.external icon (NICHD)
Visit NICHD to learn how to reduce the risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) and about safe sleep environments.

World Health Organization information on infant nutritionexternal icon
This site has information to promote proper feeding for infants and young children.

CDC’s “Learn the Signs. Act Early.” Campaign
For more details on developmental milestones, warning signs of possible developmental delays, and information on how to help your child’s development, visit the “Learn the Signs. Act Early.” campaign website.

CDC’s Parent Information (Children 4−11 years)
This site has information to help you guide your child in leading a healthier life.

CDC’s Essentials for Parenting Toddlers and Preschoolers
Learn ways you can help build a safe, stable, and nurturing relationship with your child.

CDC’s Healthy Weight Information.
Tips for parents – Ideas to help children maintain a healthy weight.

CDC’s Youth Physical Activity Guidelines
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My Plate- Preschoolersexternal icon
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HealthyChildren.orgexternal icon
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Just in Time Parentingexternal icon (JITP)
Quality, research-based information to families at the time it can be most useful.

Healthy Kids Healthy Futureexternal icon
You will find information on physical activity for young children and on ways to keep them moving.

National Highway Traffic Safety Administrationexternal icon (NHTSA)
NHTSA has information on safety recalls and safety tips for children riding in motor vehicles, walking, biking, playing outside, waiting at school bus stops, and more.

CDC’s Parent Information (Children 4 — 11 years)
This site has information to help you guide your child in leading a healthier life.

CDC’s Healthy Weight Information.
Tips for parents – Ideas to help children maintain a healthy weight.

CDC’s Youth Physical Activity Basics
This site has information on how to help children be active and play.

CDC’s Kids Quest
Kids Quest is a CDC website designed for students in fourth, fifth, and sixth grades, to get them to think about people with disabilities and some of the issues related to daily activities, health, and accessibility.

CDC’s BAM! Body and Mind
CDC’s BAM! Body and Mind is a website designed for kids 9 through 13 years of age to give them the information they need to make healthy lifestyle choices. The site focuses on topics that kids told us are important to them—such as stress and physical fitness—using kid-friendly lingo, games, quizzes, and other interactive features.

My Plate – Kidsexternal icon.
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Quality, research-based information to families at the time it can be most useful.

Let’s Move-Kidsexternal icon
Five simple steps for parents towards creating a healthy environment at home.

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CDC’s Adolescent and School Mental Health
Learn how connection is key to good adolescent mental health.

CDC’s Parent Information (Teens 12— 19)
This site has information to help you learn how to guide your teen to be safe and become a healthy and productive adult.

CDC’s Healthy Weight Information.
Tips for parents – Ideas to help children maintain a healthy weight.

CDC’s Youth Physical Activity Guidelines
This site has information on how to help children be active and play.

CDC’s Pregnancy Prevention for Teens.
Tips and information especially for teens and designed with input from teens.

CDC’s BAM! Body and Mind
CDC’s BAM! Body and Mind is a website designed for kids 9 through 13 years of age, to give them the information they need to make healthy lifestyle choices. The site focuses on topics that kids told us are important to them—such as stress and physical fitness—using kid-friendly lingo, games, quizzes, and other interactive features.

CDC’s Information on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Youth Health
Learn about the physical and mental health of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender youth

American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatryexternal icon
The American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry has many fact sheets for parents on child and adolescent health and development.

My Plate – Teenexternal icon
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HealthyChildren.orgexternal icon
AAP’s Healthy Children website provides information on feeding, nutrition, and fitness for all developmental stages from infancy to young adulthood.

Just in Time Parentingexternal icon (JITP)
Quality, research-based information to families at the time it can be most useful.

National Highway Traffic Safety Administrationexternal icon (NHTSA)
NHTSA has information on safety recalls and safety tips for children riding in motor vehicles, walking, biking, playing outside, waiting at school bus stops, and more.

National Institute of Mental Healthexternal icon
The National Institute of Mental Health has information on mental disorders affecting children and adolescents, including anxiety and depression.

StopBullying.govexternal icon
StopBullying.gov provides information from various government agencies on how children, parents, educators, and others in the community can prevent or stop bullying.

SAMHSA’s KnowBullying appexternal icon
A free app for parents to help prevent bullying, created by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Agency (SAMHSA).

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Teens Healthexternal icon
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Raising a child 8-9 years old: advice from a psychologist

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Table of contents:

  • Psychological characteristics of children at the age of 8-9
  • Raising a boy and a girl of eight years
  • Advice from psychologists: what parents of children aged 8 need to know
  • What to do if the child does not want to go to school?
  • What if the child has no friends.
  • Psychologist’s help and courses for children aged 8-9 at the K.O.T.

Each child’s age is special, it has its own psychology. As their child grows older, parents have to deal with new issues. In order to make it easier to raise a child, help him and maintain harmony in the family, it is important to know the features of his age.

Psychological characteristics of children at the age of 8-9

  1. There is an active formation of one’s own point of view, worldview. Now he can quite clearly express his own opinion on many issues..
  2. Younger students begin to check the information that comes to them, analyze it and draw their own conclusions. The words of parents are no longer perceived as 100% true.
  3. Children of this age have a pronounced need for communication and friendship, they no longer want to spend time with their parents.
  4. Still, the praise and approval of adults is very important. Moreover, it is valuable for a student to be talked about specifically, to focus on his personal characteristics and to be praised for his work.
  5. It is important to have a hobby, if the child does not yet have a hobby, it is worth paying attention to this issue and finding suitable additional activities.
  6. Despite the fact that by the age of 8 most children are already well adapted to school, they have a fairly high level of fatigue. They get tired quickly and need enough rest.
  7. Most children have already formed the concepts of “social norms” and discipline. They know how to behave both in the classroom and in other public places.

Features of the development of boys and girls at the age of 8

Children are already well aware of the differences between boys and girls. The difference is noticeable in everything – in appearance, features of character and behavior, duties that children perform at home and at school.

Girls 8 years old

Young schoolgirls are usually more obedient and reserved, responsive, better than boys behave in class.

They are actively interested in their appearance and show interest in clothing. Already at this young age, it is important for a girl to look beautiful.

Schoolgirls of 8 years old like to take care of the little ones, to fulfill the instructions of their parents regarding their younger brothers and sisters. And boys tend to have a hard time with it.

Among the hobbies of girls, creative activities are most often found – music and singing, dancing, needlework.

Boys at eight years old

Boys tend to restrain their emotions less and have more impulsive behavior.

Boys are very physically active, it is difficult for boys to sit in one place for a long time. They are close and interested in active sports, team outdoor games.

If a boy at the age of eight does not find it difficult to do his homework, he is successful in his studies, rejoices at encouragement from adults and teachers. However, in the case when he has difficulties with some kind of discipline, there may be problems with academic performance – because it is difficult for him to concentrate and spend a lot of time on tasks.

In the upbringing of boys, one should pay attention to this feature – it is difficult for them to maintain attention for a long time and stay in one place.

Sports sections are an excellent choice of additional activities for a boy. This is an opportunity to actively move, communicate and splash out energy.

It is important for a girl of eight years to be praised as a PERSON, and for a boy it is important that the result of his ACTIVITIES be positively evaluated.

Psychologist’s advice: what parents of children need to know at the age of eight

  1. Play is important

    At this age, games are important for a child as a way of learning about society and themselves. Give your child time to play and develop. Free time from clubs and homework.

    At this age, the leading activity is still play, it gradually gives way to educational activity, but now the child needs it.

    Consider this feature when raising eight-year-old boys and girls. Learning is more effective when it is built in the form of a game. This makes it easier for children to absorb information. Games with classmates, joint events and leisure activities teach children to communicate and resolve conflicts.

  2. Learning Freedom

    The child wants to feel free to make decisions. Where it is possible to give the student the opportunity to make his own choice, it is worth doing so.

    Now is a good time to prepare for independence.

    Of course, parents of boys and girls should control it in order to ensure safety. But it is worth gradually reducing the degree of control of his actions.

  3. Daily routine

    For boys and girls at this age, a clear schedule is essential. Only in this way will you be able to provide the necessary amount of sleep and rest during the school year, correctly allocate time for visiting circles, doing homework. In addition, a clear schedule is also convenient for the child – so he understands what he needs to do and what requirements are placed on him. So it is necessary to deal with the education of the ability to comply with the regime and schedule.

  4. Discipline and independence

    It is worth monitoring the performance of homework, compliance with other important rules and duties. Especially for boys. Now you can still influence the child and instill the habit of doing everything right. Later, it will be more and more difficult. However, don’t use hard and fast guidelines. Try to let your child do everything on their own.

  5. The teacher matters

    Sometimes for children in the 2nd or 3rd grade, the teacher’s opinion becomes more important than the parent’s.

    The teacher has great authority – it is important that the expectations of the student come true.

    He helps the student to adapt in the classroom, establish relationships with peers, serves as a “guide” to a new, more mature society. Be very attentive to how the first school teacher communicates with his wards, what values ​​he instills in them.

What should I do if my child does not want to go to school?

Not wanting to go to school is an important wake-up call that should not be ignored.

Possible reasons:

  1. The school is far away.

    The child does not get enough sleep, he needs to get up early, spend a lot of energy on the road.

    It is worth adjusting the daily routine. A student should sleep at least eight to nine hours a day. At this age, it is still important to follow the “rituals” of falling asleep. Even if it seems to you that your baby has already matured, he will need a regimen for a long time.

    Before going to bed, you should have at least 1 hour of free time to rest.

    Of course, if possible, it is better to choose a school that is easy to get to and as close to home as possible. But the regimen of the day is required.

  2. Studying and extra classes take a lot of time.

    It is important for a schoolchild to rest. A tired child will not be able to study effectively, in addition, in this way you risk raising a dislike for school in principle.

    Have you noticed that the boy or girl is very tired? Analyze the schedule, pay attention to the time for rest.

    Remove the excess – you do not have the task to do everything right now. Learning should be fun.

  3. Boring.

    Not so often, but it does happen. More often in boys. Try to understand – the reason for boredom is in the way the learning process takes place at school, or in the child himself. If it is the teacher, then you are unlikely to be able to influence the teaching methodology. The choice is yours whether to change schools or not. If the matter is in the student himself, you can introduce additional methods of motivation – discuss the material covered, ask them to talk about what they studied today.

    For good grades and academic success, you can arrange surprises – joint trips to the cinema and parks, in general, what the child loves, what brings him joy.

  4. Bad attitude of classmates and teachers.

    Be sure to talk to the teacher if you feel negative attitudes towards your child.

    Bad attitudes from peers or teachers cannot be ignored!

    If classmates bully him, talk to their parents. But this is only part of the solution.

    It is worth teaching a child to behave correctly in such situations – to ignore or respond to offenders.

    Pay attention to what is being laughed at. If this is a name or appearance, teach how to correctly respond to such words. And if the reason for ridicule is neatness or unpreparedness for the lesson, then you can try to fix it.

What if the child has no friends?

The ability to communicate is a key skill for a person in modern society.

Several reasons why communication problems may arise:

It is worth supporting the student, visiting different companies and introducing different children.

Don’t push your child to meet new people – provide an opportunity to connect.

Provide support, teach him to find common topics for conversation. You can offer him exercises to develop sociability. For example, find out people’s birthdays, ask strangers some simple question.

This can happen because the child is not interested in anything, or vice versa – he is “too” smart, not for his age. And he is bored with his peers. In the first case, it is worth expanding your horizons by reading, watching programs or films. In the second case, you need to teach the child to build relationships and make friends with different people. And, of course, look for a suitable company of interest for the student.

This problem occurs in children who are often ill. It is difficult for them to join the school team every time. Of course, you need to strengthen the immune system. Also try to keep in touch with children when the child is not attending school – you can invite classmates to visit.

The ability to express one’s emotions is an important skill for every person.

Not all children of eight or nine years old are able to correctly express their anger. As a result, they express feelings in the way they can. The best solution to this problem is courses on the development of emotional intelligence.

  1. He is shy.
  2. No common interests.
  3. Little school attendance.
  4. He is aggressive or confrontational

Psychologist’s help and courses for children at the K.O.T.

If you have problems with your child, questions about upbringing or difficult situations, you can always contact a child psychologist. A good specialist will tell you about the features of age, answer questions and help you find a way out.

In the center of the K.O.T. You can make an appointment with a child psychologist.

At the age of 8-9 the child is actively growing. It’s time to start developing life skills, such as communication, self-confidence, the ability to understand your emotions.

If you are wondering if a child needs a psychologist, read our article on this topic.

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Leading activity of children in different age periods

LEADING ACTIVITY OF CHILDREN IN DIFFERENT AGE PERIODS

The main condition for the mental development of the child is his own active activity. A. N. Leontiev introduced the concept of leading activity into developmental psychology. He emphasized that “… the main process that characterizes the mental development of a child is the specific process of assimilation or appropriation of the achievements of previous generations of people. … This process is carried out in the activity of the child in relation to the objects and phenomena of the surrounding world, in which these human achievements are embodied. ” It is in the active motivated activity of the child himself that his personality is formed. Moreover, this formation occurs first under the influence of the activity that is the leading one at this stage of ontogenesis, causing the main changes in mental processes in the psychological characteristics of the child’s personality (communication, play, learning, work).

Leading activity is such an activity, the development of which causes major changes in the mental processes and psychological characteristics of the child’s personality at certain stages of his development. When moving to a new level of development, the previous activity does not disappear, but its defining role in development is lost. So, the game is the leading activity of a preschooler, but both schoolchildren and adults play. A sign of the transition from one age stage to another is precisely the change in the type of leading activity, the leading attitude of the child to reality.

In an infant, the leading activity is direct emotional contact with an adult, due to which he develops a need to communicate with other people (from the first weeks to a year).

In early childhood – business practical cooperation with an adult. The child is busy with the object and actions with it. Intensive mastery of object-tool operations forms practical intelligence. Speech is used mainly to establish cooperation with adults within a joint substantive activity. The need for speech arises as a means of business contacts with an adult (from one to three years).

At preschool age, play is the leading activity. In play activity, for the first time, the child’s need to influence the world is formed and appears. A. M. Gorky wrote: “The game is the way for children to learn about the world in which they live and which they are called to change.” All games usually reproduce certain types of practical non-play activities and thus meet the child’s need to take part in the life and activities of adults. But the child becomes an adult only in the imagination, mentally. Various forms of serious adult activity serve as models that are reproduced in game activity: focusing on an adult as a model, but only with substitute objects (toys) in a role-playing game. In the game for a child, not only the properties of objects are significant, but the attitude to the object, hence the possibility of replacing objects, which contributes to the development of imagination. While playing, the child also masters the corresponding actions. Game activity by the end of preschool age is differentiated into such forms as role-playing game, games with rules. The game develops not only cognitive processes, speech, communication, behavior, but also the personality of the child. Game at preschool age is a universal form of development, it creates a zone of proximal development, serves as the basis for the formation of future educational activities (from three to six).

Why is play the leading activity in preschool? Does it develop qualities that will contribute to the future success of the child in school? Can the game become a “bridge” of continuity between preschool and primary general education?

The very concept of “leader” gives us a clue. The game is an activity that leads to the formation of new qualities of the psyche and personality of the child. It is very important to understand the peculiarity of preschool age: the center of a child’s mental work lies not in his intellect, but in his emotions, but this does not weaken the work of thinking, but gives it a different character. All cognitive activity of the child is directed by those goals that are put forward by the emotional sphere and the sphere of activity. This combination is optimally represented in the game.

Game is…

2 V Communicative abilities (knows how to agree, agree, share)

V Imagination and imagination

V ability to symbolize and transform

V of behavioral

V development of goal -setting, the ability to think in mind

V development “Selves”

GAME –

leading activity.

Leads to the development of new qualities of the psyche and personality of a preschooler

GAME –

the main form of organization of a child’s life. The game satisfies the basic needs of the child

GAME –

developing potential. Functions of the game in the pedagogical process:

v in cognition through a toy

v in communication

v in motion

v in joy, pleasure

v the need to be like an adult

v the need for freedom, self-realization, independence, activity

v this is a means of development (success in the game)

v means of development (thinking, speech, imagination, creativity, fantasy, etc.)

Signs of leading activity:

1. New types of activity arise in it.

2. In this activity, separate mental functions are formed and rebuilt (creative imagination appears in the game).

3. Personal changes observed at this time depend on this activity.

Identification of the concept of “leading activity” is necessary to understand the essence of its impact on the mental development of a person. The successive change of leading types of activity means that during the transition to a new level of development, the previous activity does not disappear, but its defining role in development is lost. New types of activity are added to the previously formed types of activity, and at the same time, an age-related qualitative restructuring of each type of activity takes place.

With age, some activities come to the fore, and other activities recede into the background, so that the hierarchy of leading activities changes.

Leading activity and formation of mental processes, personal formations.

The development of children occurs only under the condition of his own active activity, therefore learning and activity are inseparable. The development of children occurs simultaneously in many activities, i. e. this does not mean that only leading activity leads to development. If some activity is especially significant for the child, it will be reflected in the formation of his personality. but there will be no deep developing effect as a leading activity.

age period

Preschool age 3-7 years old

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Junior school age 7-10 years old

903

Teenage age 11-15 years old

Holding activity

What cognitive activity

What sphere of the psyche is mainly developing

of the age of

9000 3

Direct emotional communication with adults (outside joint activities)

Learning relationships

Personal (need-motivational)

Need for communication. Emotional relationships

Early childhood 1-3 years

Object-manipulative activity (with a variety of toys and surrounding objects not in full accordance with their socio-cultural purpose and without active interaction with adults)

For knowledge of the subject

Cognitive processes

Speech and visual-effective thinking. The emergence of “I”, the emergence of self-consciousness.

The plot-role-playing game (combination of game activity with communication, simulating the social situation and characteristic forms of role-based behavior)

for cognition of relations

Personal (need-motivational)

The need for socially significant and socially valued activities. subordination of motives.

Educational and cognitive activity (combination of educational activities and interpersonal communication)

for cognition of sciences

of intellectual and cognitive arbitrariness

. internal plan of action. Self control. Reflection.

Communication with peers in socially useful activities (personal communication and joint groups of interests)

for cognition of the system of relations

10

Personal personal (need-motivational)

Striving for “adulthood”. self-esteem, obedience to the norms of collective life.

Early youth 15-17 years old

Communication with adults in educational activities (preparation for professional activities, communication on intimate-personal topics)

for knowledge of professions

Cognitive

World War I interests

At the end of the 19th – beginning of the 20th century. the development of developmental psychology was closely connected with pedology, the science of children, created by the American psychologist S. Hall (1846-1924), a student of Wundt.
Investigating the mental development of the child, Hall came to the conclusion that it is based on Haeckel’s biogenetic law. Hall argued that the ontogenetic development of the child’s psyche briefly repeats all stages of the phylogenetic development of the human psyche.
In the theory of recapitulation created by Hall, it was stated that the sequence and content of these stages are genetically predetermined, therefore the child cannot avoid or bypass any stage of his development.
Hall’s student K.Getchinson, on the basis of the theory of recapitulation, created a periodization of mental development, the criterion in which was the method of obtaining food.

• Birth to 5 years – digging and digging stage. At this stage, children love to play in the sand, make cakes and manipulate the bucket and scoop;

• 5 to 11 years old – hunting and capturing stage. At this stage, children begin to be afraid of strangers, they develop aggressiveness, cruelty, a desire to isolate themselves from adults, especially strangers, and the desire to do many things in secret;

• 8 to 12 years old – shepherd stage. During this period, children strive to have their own corner, and they usually build their shelters in yards or in a field, in a forest, but not in a house. They also love pets and try to get them so that they have someone to take care of and patronize. Children, especially girls, at this time have a desire for affection and tenderness;

• 11 to 15 years old – the agricultural stage, which is associated not with an interest in the weather, natural phenomena, and also with a love of gardening, and for girls, flower growing. At this time, children develop observation and discretion;

• 14 to 20 years old – the stage of industry and commerce, or the stage of modern man. At this time, children begin to realize the role of money, as well as the importance of arithmetic and other exact sciences. In addition, the guys have a desire to change various objects.

Hutchinson believed that from the age of 8, i.e. from the pastoral stage, the era of civilized man begins, and it is from this age that children can be systematically taught, which is impossible in the previous stages. At the same time, he proceeded from Hall’s idea that learning should be built on top of a certain stage of mental development, since the maturation of the body prepares the basis for learning.

Both Hall and Hutchinson were convinced that the passage of each stage is necessary for normal development, and fixation on any of them leads to the appearance of deviations and anomalies in the psyche. Based on the need for children to live through all stages of the mental development of mankind, Hall developed a mechanism that helps the transition from one stage to another. Since in reality a child cannot be transported into the same situations that humanity has experienced, the transition from one stage to another is carried out in the game, which is such a specific mechanism. And so there are children’s games in the war, in the Cossack robbers, etc. Hall emphasized that it is important not to constrain the child in the manifestation of his instincts, which are thus outlived, including children’s fears.

1. Obukhova, L.F. Child (age) psychology. Textbook. – M., Russian Pedagogical Agency. 1996

senior preschool age 5–6 years

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Child development calendar: senior preschool age 5–6 years

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At the age of five, a child enters a special period of his life – senior preschool age. Psychologists call it basic, since 90 percent of the personality traits of an adult are laid during this period. He is already moving away from the authority and complete acceptance of the opinion of an adult, active processes of self-identification continue, which began at the age of three. The child develops his own opinion and his own view of the world. For adults during this period, it is important to find an approach to the child in order to maintain an emotional connection with him and help him take the first steps towards growing up.

What can a child of 5–6 years old do?

Healthy baby from five to six years old:

  • Well developed physically: can change the speed and direction of walking or running, walk on heels and toes, side steps, raising knees high. Can perform various manipulations with the ball: catch, throw, toss, jump on two legs, including over obstacles. Jump from a small height, play sports games, following the rules;

  • Possesses self-care skills: brushes his own teeth, washes his hands, undresses and dresses, folds his clothes, sits quietly at the table;

  • Possesses communication skills: greets and says goodbye, thanks and asks for forgiveness, interacts with people, actively engages in play and cognitive activities with peers, understands adult instructions and acts in accordance with them;

  • Develops intellectually: knows geometric shapes, shapes, colors. Capable of purposeful memorization, traces spatio-temporal and causal relationships, begins to analyze, group, generalize, counts to at least ten and knows numbers, solves simple addition and subtraction problems, is familiar with the days of the week and months;

  • Develops speech: operates with all parts of speech, knows synonyms and antonyms, knows how to add suffixes to words, forms adjectives from nouns, selects words with the same root, divides words into syllables, pronounces all sounds, can come up with a short story.

10 principles for the development of a child 5–6 years old

I am a Parent offers you ten principles for raising a child (https://www.ya-parental.ru/parents/base/) aged 5–6 years, which will help him successfully overcome the difficulties of this stage of development.

1. Start preparing your child for learning

From the age of five, a child can and wants to study systematically. In order to make it easier for the child to adapt to school in the future, try to organize regular training sessions for the child. It can be both developing classes with a teacher teaching literacy and the basics of mathematics, as well as home lessons with parents. You should not take classes as seriously as at school – training is carried out in an easier and more playful way, but it contributes to the formation of the habit of regularly obtaining and mastering knowledge.

2. Develop the skill of concentration

A five-six-year-old still needs to play, he does not know how to control his attention to the necessary extent and is distracted by external stimuli. The task of parents is to gradually, in a playful way, help him form the skill of keeping attention on one task in order to bring it to completion.

3. Expand your child’s horizons

It has been proven that at the age of five, a child is able to remember the maximum amount of information. It is now that he begins to actively take an interest in the world around him. Adults should encourage this interest: read encyclopedias about the world around you with your child, visit museums and exhibitions, talk about what you know yourself.

4. Train your memory

As long as the baby’s involuntary memory functions to a greater extent, he remembers well only what he is interested in. You also need to train your arbitrary memory: learn poetry, retell stories, play memory games.

5. Follow the development of speech

It is important for parents to pay attention to how clearly the child pronounces sounds, whether his speech is coherent, whether he can clearly express his thoughts. If problems arise, you should contact a speech therapist: now is the time to correct speech disorders. It is better to eliminate all problems before school so that they do not cause difficulties in learning and communicating with peers.

6. Start teaching reading

Many of the children with whom we often study are already showing an interest in reading. It is necessary to read more to the child, choosing bright and interesting books. When reading, seat the child so that he sees the text: run your finger along the lines or use a bookmark to read. This creates a connection between the sound of words and their spelling.

7. Play role-playing games

At the age of five or six, the child begins to attach importance to the rules of the game and follow them. Also at this age, fantasy begins to develop rapidly. Therefore, meaningful play activity is important. If a child does not go to kindergarten, he must regularly spend time with his peers: now he especially needs the company of children of the same age and joint, so-called free games.

8. Develop your child’s talents

Senior preschool age is the most fruitful age for drawing, music, and construction. If you have not done this before, now is the time to choose a circle of interests for the baby. It’s good if parents find time for homework: the child can already cut with scissors, make applications on his own, draw, sculpt.

9. Involve your child in work activities

From the age of five or six years, the child is ready for meaningful work activities. You need to gradually accustom him to domestic work, let him have his own duties around the house.

10. Set a good example for children

Parents are still the main authority for the child. At the same time, he acquires the ability to analyze and evaluate their behavior, to notice the features of relationships between adults. Therefore, the competent behavior of parents and positive relationships in the family will be the key to the full development and mental health of the child.

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Features of the play activity of children with intellectual disabilities

Play
occupies an important place in the life of a child of preschool and younger
school age, being the leading type of their activity. All children
live in the game, it is their world, their being … But do all children live in
game? Does it become a world for everyone?.. How to make the game
became an integral part of the life of every child, exerted on him
developmental impact? These questions naturally arise because
mentally retarded children fall into our field of vision. This is very
a group that is heterogeneous in its characteristics and capabilities.

System
teaching the game of mentally retarded children is based on the recognition that
that the game is the most effective means of correction
psychophysical development of mentally retarded children. Learning process
game, which we consider as a special form of interaction
adults with children provides not only the formation of certain
gaming skills and abilities, how much activation of their mental and
motor sphere, the development of all cognitive processes,
emotional-volitional sphere, communication skills with adults and
peers. [7, p. 4] In this regard, the leading
correctional-developing and educational tasks, which is necessary
take into account when evaluating the effectiveness of the work carried out. Education
children’s play is built on the basis of deep knowledge and consideration of individual
opportunities for the development of each child, which is traditional
approach in special pedagogy.

Fundamentally
important for special pedagogy and psychology is the
L.S. Vygotsky’s position on the generality of the patterns of development
normal and abnormal child. In this regard, in mental
development of a child with intellectual disability, there are those
the same stage as in the development of a normal child. Therefore, in
life of a preschooler with intellectual disability, the game should
become the leading activity, provide the zone of its nearest
development. However, this only happens when
special conditions for the development of the child and he is included in the process
systematically carried out correctional and educational work,
an element of which is the purposeful formation of a game
activities. [4, p. 62-76]

Underdevelopment
play activity in children with abnormal development turns out to be
would be “programmed” already in early childhood. Main
reasons hindering independent consistent development
games: low level of cognitive activity, delay in terms
mastery of motor functions, objective actions, speech,
emotional and situational-business communication with adults (O.P.
Gavrilushkina, A.A. Kataeva, N.G. Morozova, N.D. Sokolova, E.A.
Streblev).

Majority
children with severe mental retardation are poorly detected
pronounced and unstable interest in toys, which is
indicator of general low cognitive activity. As a rule, at
such children do not have favorite toys, and they begin to play
actions with those that are currently in their field of vision
or who attract them by their appearance, and not by the ability to embody
in the life of a specific plan, as is the case with normal
developing children. Therefore, the interest is short-lived,
unstable and the child quickly throws the toy. [1, p. 35-36]

All these features
lead to long-term developmental delay in children with moderate and
severe mental retardation of all components of the game
activities.

At
Some children have a selective interest in toys.
Even favorite toys with which they prefer to play stand out.
However, this interest is eroded. undifferentiated, unstable
manifests itself in the absence of even a short-term absorption by the game.
Random stimuli quickly divert attention from the game. Then
the game stops.

To
Moreover, these children do not have a target component. Their actions are not
are meaningful and purposeful. The child cannot
set a specific, meaningful game goal for him. Often
mechanically or in imitation of an adult, he performs certain
simple manipulative actions with toys, often not reflecting any
physical properties, nor the purpose of objects. And only under the influence
long-term education, some children develop the ability to consciously
set an elementary goal in the game with the help of an adult (roll a doll
in a stroller, feed the doll, etc. ) [3, p.76-80]

outside
specially organized education for children with moderate and severe
mentally retarded at the age of 8-9 years, master the game
actions of a procedural nature, which repeatedly,
stereotypically, monotonously repeat, as a rule, without accompanying them
emotional reactions and speech.

Together
At the same time, in the process of learning, these children are able to master not only
a variety of game actions, but different options for their chains,
what is needed for the deployment of story and role-playing games.
Sequential execution of several actions is very difficult for
children of this category, so they allow violations of the order
actions in a chain, often forgetting what to do next, and
waiting for clues from an adult. [6,
pp.136-147]

AT
the process of independent games 10-12-year-old mentally retarded children
can reproduce individual game actions and their chains in such
the version in which they were offered to them in the learning process. Wherein,
as a rule, they enrich the game actions by bringing something into the game
“Push”. Actions are more extensive and
extremely detailed. Even at this age, children of this
category, in contrast to older preschoolers with mild mental
backwardness, there is no substitution of individual actions in the chain
word or symbolic gesture. [5, p.80]

At
children with severe and severe mental retardation is manifested
characteristic of all mentally retarded propensity to use
toys that are copies of real objects of the environment
reality. The substitution function is spontaneously formed in them.
Therefore, it is necessary to learn how to use various objects not only in
their intended purpose, but also as substitutes, for example:
soap cube, table, chair, etc., motorcycle chair, horse, etc.,
thermometer stick, comb, etc. Inability to use
substitute items are associated not only with underdevelopment in children
figurative thinking and imagination, but, above all, with the fact that they
extremely meager stock of ideas about the surrounding world and poor
subject matter experience.

What has been said
above allows us to conclude that by the age of 9-10 years, the game in children with
pronounced and severe form of mental retardation begins to render
corrective and developmental influence on them. There comes a time
mastering it, as the necessary prerequisites are formed: the child
masters objective actions relatively well, accumulated
enough household experience, experience of interaction with adults, and sometimes
with peers, active speech appeared, etc. In this regard, it is important
place in the process of teaching children with moderate, severe and severe
the degree of backwardness should be given to the formation of a game
activities.

Formation game
activities for all children is built on the basis of an integrated approach,
which includes the following components:

  • Organization
    subject-game environment;

  • Enrichment of life
    children’s experience;

  • Educational
    games;

  • Adult communication with children
    during the game.

C
the purpose of identifying opportunities for the development of children’s play activities
with severe mental retardation, determining the conditions, stages and
its methods
formation is carried out
diagnosis of mastery of playing skills in children with mental
backwardness.

For
assessment of the formation of gaming activity, the following were identified
criteria:

  1. Having an interest in
    toys and activities with them.

  2. emotional reactions to
    toys and activities with them.

  3. Development of gaming
    contacts.

  4. gaming initiative.

  5. The duration of the game
    adults.

  6. Character
    used toys (subject, plot).

  7. Usage
    substitute items.

  8. Speech activity during
    game time.

  9. Attitude to the role in the game.

  10. Role-playing
    dialogue.

  11. Diversity
    game plots.

  12. Duration
    independent play.

In the course of diagnosing the features of gaming activity
children with severe mental retardation in an orphanage
boarding school, the following conclusions were made:

  1. Children with severe mental retardation are characterized by a variety of
    violations and uneven development of mental functions.

  2. In children with severe mental retardation, play activity, as
    the leading activity of preschoolers does not arise spontaneously. Without
    special education is limited to the simplest monotonous
    manipulation with toys.

  3. Possibilities of mastering the game in children with mental retardation
    are dependent on the general level of mental development.

  4. The play of children with severe intellectual disabilities is characterized by
    randomness in behavior, inability to use the sample, low
    level of independence, significant impairment
    sequences of game actions and their planning.

  5. The game remains dependent on those plots, actions and order that
    offers an adult in the learning process.

  6. According to the level of mastery of game actions three groups are distinguished
    children: with subject-game actions, with plot-display
    actions and with elements of a role-playing game.

  7. severe mental retardation. It allows you to approach
    organizing and conducting group classes in a differentiated and
    identify the sequence of stages in the formation of the game.

  8. Purposeful formation of the game showed
    the possibility of its development, subject to the involvement of children in the process
    joint activities with an adult:

  • identification and registration of existing developmental disorders;

  • proper organization of the learning environment;

  • early start of correctional and pedagogical work

  • the use of showing and demonstrating ways to play with toys;

  • clarification of the meaning of the actions performed, with the obligatory speech
    following their sequence.

  1. In the structure of educational activities
    in the institution, the teacher is assigned a leading role in the organization
    correctional and educational environment.

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  1. Baryaeva L.B., Zarin A.
    Teaching role-playing game to children with intellectual disabilities
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    Herzen; Publishing house “Soyuz”, 2001. (Series “Correctional
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  2. Baryaeva L.B., Zarin A.P.
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    underdevelopment /Innovations in Russian education: Preschool
    education.- M.: Ed. MGUP, 1999.-S.46-50.

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  4. Vygotsky L.S. game and her
    role in the mental development of the child / / Questions of psychology. –
    1966.-No. 6- S. 62-76.

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    Sokolova N.D. Education and training of the mentally retarded
    preschoolers. – M .: Education, 1980.

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    abnormal children: A book for teachers and educators / Ed. L.P.
    Noskovy.- M.: Enlightenment, 1993.- S. 135-147.

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    D.B. The psychology of the game. – M.: Pedagogy, 1978.

Age and psychological characteristics of children of primary school age (6-11 years old)

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Primary school age: what a teacher should take into account

Each age stage is characterized by a special position of a child in the system of relations accepted in a given society. In accordance with this, the life of children of different ages is filled with specific content: special relationships with people around them and special activities that lead to a given stage of development. I would like to note that L.S. Vygotsky singled out the following types of leading activity in each age period: infants – direct emotional communication; early childhood – manipulative activity; preschoolers – play activities; junior schoolchildren – educational activities; adolescents are socially recognized and socially approved activities; high school students – educational and professional activities.

Beginning Jr.
school age is determined by the moment the child enters school. Elementary
the period of school life on average occupies the age range from 6-7 to 10-11
years (grades 1-4). This
period is associated with an increase in physical and mental stress, expansion
social boundaries of the child and adaptation in society. The child evaluates differently
himself and his abilities, is going through another crisis and learning to be
independent and responsible person. In elementary school
At the same age, children have significant reserves of development.

Physiological
features of development in primary school age.

First of all,
improves the functioning of the brain and nervous system. According to
physiologists, by the age of 7 the cerebral cortex is already largely
degree of maturity. However, the most important, specifically human departments
brain responsible for programming, regulation and control of complex
forms of mental activity, children of this age have not yet completed their
formation (the development of the frontal parts of the brain ends only by the age of 12). nervous
the system of junior schoolchildren is unstable. Excitation and inhibition of the nervous
system is associated with its low mobility. The balance between nervous excitement and
braking did not work. Hence, rapid fatigue, the impossibility of long
perform monotonous work, younger students are quickly distracted, do not know how to
quickly switch from one activity to another. Haste is also noted
in actions, inaccuracy, inaccuracy.

Development and ossification
limbs, spine and pelvic bones
are in a state of high intensity. Under adverse conditions, these
processes can proceed with large anomalies. Harmful influences, in particular,
may cause physical overload (for example, prolonged writing,
tedious physical work). Improper seating at the desk during
activities can lead to curvature of the spine, the formation of a sunken chest and
etc. Children’s bones and skeletal muscles contain a lot of organic matter and water, but
few minerals. During this period, there is an active change of milk teeth, about twenty
milk teeth, including molars. Easy extensibility of the musculoskeletal system
provides the child with a well-defined flexibility, but cannot create a strong
“muscular corset” to maintain the normal arrangement of the bones. AT
as a result, deformations of the skeleton, the development of asymmetry of the body and
limbs, the occurrence of flat feet. This requires special attention to
organization of the normal posture of children and the use of physical activity. Essential
changes are noted in all organs and tissues of the body, the formation of
spine. Attention to the formation of posture is especially important, since for the first time
the child is forced to carry a heavy briefcase with school supplies.
The motor skills of the child’s hand are imperfect, since the skeletal system has not formed
phalanges of fingers. The role of adults is to pay attention to these
important aspects of development and help the child take care of himself
your health.

Intensive development of neuropsychic activity, high
excitability of younger schoolchildren, their mobility and acute response to
external influences are accompanied by rapid fatigue, which requires careful
attitude to their psyche, skillful switching from one type of activity to
another.

At primary school age, unevenness is noted
psychophysiological development in different children. There are also differences in
growth rates of boys and girls: girls continue to outpace boys.
Pointing to this, some scholars come to the conclusion that, in fact, in the younger
classes “children of different ages sit at the same desk: on average, boys
younger than girls by a year and a half, although this difference is not in the calendar age.

An essential physical feature of younger students is enhanced
muscle growth, increase in muscle mass and a significant increase in muscle strength
.
Increased muscle strength and general development of the motor apparatus
due to the greater mobility of younger students, their desire for
running, jumping, climbing and the inability to stay in one and the same place for a long time
the same pose. FROM
age 5-7 years to 10-11 years the length of the limbs increases rapidly,
exceeding the growth rate of the body. Weight gain lags behind the rate of increase
body length.

Psychological features of development
at primary school age.

throughout the junior
school age there are significant changes not only in the physical
development, but also in the mental development of the child: qualitatively transformed
cognitive sphere, a personality is formed, a complex system is formed
relationships with peers and adults
. Transition to
systematic learning places high demands on mental
the working capacity of children, which is still unstable among younger schoolchildren,
fatigue resistance is low. And although over the years these parameters
increase, in general, the productivity and quality of work of younger students
about half that of high school students.

Junior Lead
school age becomes learning activities . She defines
the most important changes taking place in the development of the psyche of children at a given age
stage. As part of this activity, psychological neoplasms are formed,
characterizing the most significant achievements in the development of primary school students and
which are the foundation for development at the next age stage.

Junior school
age is a period of intensive development and quality
transformations of cognitive processes
: they begin to acquire
mediated character and become conscious and arbitrary.

Child
gradually masters his mental processes, learns to manage
perception, attention, memory. First grader in terms of
mental development remains a preschooler. It retains the features of thinking,
inherent in preschool age. dominant function
at primary school age to become thinking . intensively
thought processes themselves develop and rebuild. From intellect
depends on the development of other mental functions. Ends transition from
visual-figurative to verbal-logical thinking
. The child has
logical reasoning. School education is structured in such a way that
verbal-logical thinking receives predominant development. If in
the first two years of training, children work a lot with visual samples, then in
the following classes, the volume of this kind of classes is reduced. Figurative thinking is everything
less and less turns out to be necessary in learning activities.

At the end
primary school age (and later), individual differences appear:
among children, psychologists single out groups of “theorists” or
“thinkers” who easily solve learning problems verbally,
“practitioners” who need reliance on visibility and practical
actions, and “artists” with vivid imaginative thinking. Most
children there is a relative balance between different types of thinking .

Perception junior
schoolchildren are not sufficiently differentiated. Because of this, the child sometimes confuses
letters and numbers that are similar in spelling (for example, 9 and 6). In the process of studying
restructuring of perception takes place, it rises to a higher level
development, takes on the character of purposeful and controlled activity. AT
learning process perception deepens, becomes more analyzing,
differentiating, takes on the character of organized observation.

Precisely in junior
school age develops attention Without the formation of this
mental function, the learning process is impossible. In class, the teacher encourages
the attention of students to the educational material, keeps it for a long time.
A younger student can focus on one thing for 10-20 minutes.
Some age features are inherent in attention of primary school students.
The main one is the weakness of voluntary attention. Possibilities of strong-willed
regulation of attention, management of it at the beginning of primary school age
limited. Significantly better in primary school age developed
involuntary attention. Everything is new, unexpected, bright, interesting by itself
attracts the attention of students, without any effort on their part. sanguine
mobile, restless, talking, but his answers in the lessons indicate
that it works with a class. Phlegmatic and melancholic are passive, lethargic,
seem careless. But in fact they are focused on what they are learning.
subject, as evidenced by their responses to the teacher’s questions. Some children
inattentive. The reasons for this are different: for some – laziness of thought, for others –
lack of a serious attitude to study, in the third – increased excitability
central nervous system, etc.

Memory and memorization.
Primary schoolchildren initially remember not what is most
significant from the point of view of educational tasks, and what produced on them
the greatest impression: what is interesting, emotionally colored, unexpected
or new. Younger students have a good mechanical memory. Many of
they are mechanically memorized throughout the entire education in elementary school
study tests, which leads to significant difficulties in the middle classes when
material becomes more complex and larger in volume. Often among schoolchildren
there are children who need only once to memorize the material
read a section of the textbook or listen carefully to the teacher’s explanation. These
children not only memorize quickly, but also retain what they have learned for a long time, it is easy to
reproduce. There are also children who quickly memorize educational material,
but just as quickly they forget what they have learned. Usually on the second or third day they are already
poorly reproduce the learned material. In such children, first of all, it is necessary
to form an installation for long-term memorization, to teach to control oneself.
The most difficult case is slow memorization and quick forgetting of educational
material. These children must be patiently taught the techniques of rational memorization.
Sometimes poor memory is associated with overwork, so it is necessary
special mode, reasonable dosage of training sessions. very often bad
memorization results do not depend on a low level of memory, but on poor
attention.

Communication . Usually
the needs of younger schoolchildren in communication, especially those who were not brought up in kindergarten
garden, are originally personal orientation. A first grader, for example, often
complains to the teacher about his neighbors, allegedly preventing him from listening or writing, that
indicates his preoccupation with personal success in learning. In first grade
interaction with classmates through teachers (me and my teacher). 3-4 class
– the stage of formation of the children’s team
(we and our teacher). There are likes and dislikes. Manifest
requirements for personal qualities. A children’s team is formed. The more
the reference class, the more the child depends on how he is evaluated
peers. In the third – fourth grade, a sharp turn from the interests of an adult,
to the interests of peers (secrets, headquarters, ciphers, etc.).

Emotional development in childhood
school age. The instability of behavior
, depending on the emotional
the state of the child, complicates both the relationship with the teacher and the collective
children’s work in the classroom. In the emotional life of children of this age
changes, first of all, the content side of experiences . If a
the preschooler is pleased that they play with him, share toys, etc., then the younger
the schoolchild is mainly concerned with what is connected with teaching, the school, the teacher.
He is pleased that the teacher and parents are praised for academic success; and if the teacher
makes sure that the feeling of joy from educational work arose in the student
as often as possible, this reinforces the student’s positive attitude towards learning.
Along with the emotion of joy, of no small importance in the development of the personality of the younger
schoolchild have emotions of fear. Often, out of fear of punishment, children say
lie. If this is repeated, then cowardice and deceit are formed. Generally,
the experiences of a younger student are sometimes very violent.

Jr.
at school age, the foundation is laid for moral behavior , occurs
assimilation of moral norms and rules of behavior , social
personality orientation
.

Character junior schoolchildren
differs in some features. First of all, they are impulsive
act immediately under the influence of immediate impulses,
motives, without thinking and weighing all the circumstances, on random occasions.
The reason is the need for active external discharge with age-related weakness.
volitional regulation of behavior.

Age
a feature is also general insufficiency of will : younger student still
does not have much experience of a long struggle for the intended goal, overcoming
difficulties and obstacles. He can give up on failure, lose faith in
their strengths and impossibilities. Often there is capriciousness, stubbornness. Plain
their cause is the shortcomings of family education. The child is accustomed to the fact that everything
his desires and demands were satisfied, he did not see refusal in anything.
Capriciousness and stubbornness are a peculiar form of a child’s protest against those
the firm demands that the school makes of him, against the need
sacrifice what you want for the sake of what you need.

Junior students are very emotional .
Emotionality affects, firstly, that their mental activity
usually tinged with emotion. Everything that children watch, what they think, what they do,
makes them feel emotionally charged. Second, younger students
they do not know how to restrain their feelings, to control their external manifestation.
Thirdly, emotionality is expressed in their great emotional
instability, frequent mood swings, tendency to affects, short-term
and violent manifestations of joy, grief, anger, fear. More and more over the years
develops the ability to regulate their feelings, to restrain their unwanted
manifestations.

Development of boys and girls. Similarities and differences.

Ask any parent who was lucky enough to raise both a son and a daughter to name all the differences that were associated with the development of children, and this parent will not be stopped: “My son was an active boy, but my daughter could sit all day, buried in book”, “My daughter understood everything the first time, but my son had to repeat it 10 times!”, “It was impossible to tear my son away from the designer, and my daughter loved soft toys more.”

Boys and girls actually develop differently. Scientists are still studying all sorts of genes, hormones, and brain chemistry that could be responsible for these differences.

Of course, the development of a particular child does not always clearly follow all the identified patterns, but basic information about the development of boys and girls will help answer some parenting questions and highlight the main aspects of the development of daughters and sons.

Physical development

Let’s start with the most obvious – the physical differences of children. Boys and girls are endowed with different bodies, in which the hormonal background differs from an early age, on which, in turn, the finest settings of the whole organism largely depend.

How the height and weight of babies differ

Speaking about the height and weight of children, many people notice that until about primary school age there are no significant differences between boys and girls. There are bigger babies, there are smaller ones, but it is difficult to clearly trace the dependence on gender. But in elementary school, the differences become noticeable.

Many girls remember that somewhere by the second or third grade, the schools became taller than all the boys in the class. This is because girls of this age begin to grow faster. However, just a few years later, the boys catch up and easily overtake them.

Are there any differences in the structure and functioning of the brain?

Neuroscientists have long known that the structure and function of the brains of men and women are different. First, there is a tendency for lateralization in men. In other words, when performing certain tasks (such as making a speech or navigating in space), the hemispheres tend to function independently of each other. But women in the process of performing these tasks more often involve both hemispheres more or less equally.

Another difference has to do with brain size itself: men are slightly more likely than women to have larger brains, even after adjusting for overall body size.

Measurements of the electrical activity of the brain also show that it functions differently from the moment of birth. By 3 months, boys and girls have different brain activity in response to the sounds of human speech. Since these differences appear already at an early age, scientists suggest that the reason lies in the sex hormones. It is known that the body of boys begins to produce testosterone even before birth. It is this hormone that affects the growth and development of certain types of neurons, which causes changes in brain activity. Female sex hormones presumably also influence the process of brain development, but their role has been studied much less.

The following is a list of the main differences in brain activity between women and men:

Brain zone

Function

Who is more active

Left hemisphere

Verbal thinking

Women

Right hemisphere

Spatial thinking

Men

Brain stem, cerebellum

Movement and coordination

Men

Cortex

Decision making, self-control, attention

Women

Limbic system

Regulation of emotional responses

Women

Parietal lobe

Processing space information

Men

Corpus callosum

Interhemispheric interaction

Women

Tonsil

Regulation of aggression and fear, memory associated with emotions

Men

Temporal lobes

Understanding and using written and spoken language

Women

Basal ganglia

Inhibition of aggressive reactions, participation in the integration of nervous activity

Women

Hippocampus

Long-term memory, emotions

Women

Gray matter

Focus on task

Men

White matter

Multitasking

Women

Occipital lobe

Perception and processing of visual stimuli

Men

Differences in the development of boys and girls are largely dictated by differences in biology: the hormonal background plays a role in controlling the growth rate of the child and the activity of brain cells. But do not forget that the individual characteristics of children and their environment make an even greater contribution to the development of babies.

Development of skills and abilities

As we found out, there are often biological reasons behind the differences between boys and girls. Complex chains of cause-and-effect relationships lead us to quite visible psychological differences in children.

Motor skills

In general, it can be said that boys have a greater need for movement than girls. Even in the drawings of the boys, if you look closely, everything happens in motion: rockets fly, superheroes run, cars drive. It may seem strange to many, but often boys need movement to focus. Remember how boys sometimes walk around the room, trying to learn a poem. Modern research shows that the background activity of the brain of a boy at rest is greatly reduced, while the same conditions have almost no effect on the brain of girls. The conclusion follows from this: attempts to reduce physical activity to increase mental activity work better with girls, but the boy’s brain is more likely to perceive such a signal as an indication of the completion of work.

The most cruel and ineffective punishment for a boy is a ban on driving. From the lips of parents and teachers you can often hear: “Sit until you find the answer!”, “Today you are behaving badly, so no walk!”. Such punishments will exacerbate the problem rather than help solve it.

On the contrary, if we want the boy to be included in the learning process as much as possible, we need to include physical activity in his daily routine.

The advantage of the Montessori system is that it always takes into account the possibility of free movement, and the environment in the kids club is designed so that children do not have to sit in one place for a long time. Toddlers move freely around the classroom, choose materials and organize their activities.

Spatial perception and design abilities

We found that the right hemisphere, which is responsible for spatial perception and construction, is more active in boys. This means that in general, it is easier for boys to follow the trajectory of a moving object, it is easier to imagine a three-dimensional figure, they have good hand-eye coordination.

Boys are happy to get involved with building blocks, they love to build with blocks, they usually have no problem making pictures from puzzles.

It should be noted that the Montessori system offers a lot of material for teaching children through construction tasks. With the help of blocks of different shapes and sizes, the child in a visual form gets acquainted with the concepts of length, height and width and other characteristics of objects.

Speech development

The left hemisphere is mainly responsible for speech functions. As we remember, its activity is higher in girls than in boys. It is because of this feature that boys, on average, begin to speak later than girls. The speech of boys is formed by the age of 4 – almost a year later than girls. In addition, on average, girls have a much more extensive vocabulary, they are easier to learn new grammatical structures and use them in speech.

In addition, girls are more sensitive to non-verbal cues in speech: emotional coloring, tone, facial expressions and gestures. They connect words and feelings more easily.

Montessori language and reading lessons take into account these points. So, in training, tasks and materials are used that make it possible to use tactile, visual and motor channels of perception. This enables children to build on their strengths when faced with challenges.

Emotional and communicative development

Differences in the emotional manifestations of boys and girls are also traced, but not so pronounced. It can be said that girls are more likely to describe the essence and causes of the emotions experienced, while boys are much more likely to find it difficult to express their state in words.

Aggressive behavior is much more common in boys, they often choose more dangerous games with their peers.

It is also easy to notice the specifics of children’s friendship: girls tend to form more or less stable groups on the basis of mutual sympathy, and boys more often find friends of interest, they first of all become partners in games and adventures.

Education for boys and girls

Knowing the gender characteristics of children’s development, it is easy to guess who is more difficult to study at school. And the point here is not at all that girls study better. It’s just that their developmental tendencies are more suited to the requirements of the school: girls are more diligent, they often have a wider vocabulary, they understand verbal instructions well.

However, this does not mean at all that boys cannot study well. Just for teaching children, it is important to take into account a number of their gender characteristics.

What should be kept in mind when organizing education for boys and girls?

  • Boys are better at concentrating on one subject, while girls are better at solving several tasks in parallel,

  • Girls perceive verbal instructions well, boys understand visual images better,

  • Boys need less eye-to-eye contact, forcing eye contact can even cause speech difficulties,

  • Boys show themselves better at identifying patterns,

  • Girls are less distracted by extraneous stimuli,

  • Boys are inherently more assertive and competitive, take risks more easily, accept prohibitions worse,

  • Girls better understand complex instructions consisting of several steps, work better according to the model,

  • Boys are better at noticing details,

  • Girls are able to switch between tasks more quickly, boys need time to engage in new activities,

  • Girls have a slightly larger memory capacity and a better ability to remember,

  • Boys prefer physical games, while girls often like word games.

It is also important to remember that although biological prerequisites guide the development of the child, they do not determine it. A huge influence, perhaps even more than genetics, is the environment of a child’s development. So, a boy with already well-developed spatial thinking is likely to often play his favorite constructor and climb trees, which in turn will further develop his spatial orientation skills. While a sociable and sensitive girl will prefer to play mother-daughter or “family”, thereby further developing her verbal and social skills.

Biological features are only the first steps of a long way of becoming a personality. The experience that a child goes through affects the development and success of the child even more than his innate data. That is why it is so important to understand what we fill the lives of our children with.

Conclusions

Boys and girls develop differently from the very first day of life. Sex-dependent hormonal levels affect a huge number of body systems, including the brain. Scientists have found that, on average, brain activity in certain areas differs between men and women. This leads to psychological differences: the development of thinking and speech, features of memory and perception. So, boys have much better spatial perception and thinking, and girls are superior to boys in the ability to use and understand speech.

Despite the scientific nature of these data, no one dares to say that the patterns apply to all boys and girls and cannot be corrected. On the contrary, firstly, not all boys and girls fit into these characteristics. Secondly, the organization of the environment and the inclusion of a variety of activities in the life of a baby is undoubtedly a much more significant factor in the development of a happy and diversified child.

Conclusion

Accounting for the psychological and physiological characteristics of boys and girls is an integral part of planning activities with kids.

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Preschool — Holy Cross Lutheran Church

Holy Cross preschool is dedicated to a christ centered, high quality education

  • Lower staff: child ratios. Our teachers have more time to support your child’s individual development and learning. This is important because 90% of brain development occurs by the time your child is 6 years old.

  • The administrator and teachers have higher education qualifications. We at Holy Cross Preschool hold to a higher than state required standards regarding staff education. These qualifications benefit your child’s development and learning.

  • The administrator and all staff complete hours of specialized training every two years. The administrator and teaching staff are committed to expanding their education and skills to better support your child’s development and learning.

  • Teachers develop lesson plans that support each child’s growth. Our teachers plan intentional and purposeful activities and experiences that meet the needs, interests and abilities of children and supports them where they are in their development.

  • The program completes assessments to evaluate and improve the learning experience. Regular assessments are done with your child to help keep track of their growth over time. This lets teachers adjust how they offer experiences to your child daily.

  • The program values its families and community. Our program works with families and neighborhood organizations to provide more opportunities for children.

class room schedule

Every preschool class schedule includes the following elements every day:

  • Circle Time: Includes a variety of activities including, but not exclusive to the following: calendar, weather, stories, songs and finger plays, a time to talk about the educational objectives of the day.

  • Center/Project Time: Teacher planned activities are carried out during this time.  Our teachers plan their activities carefully with educational objectives and Early Learning Content Standards in mind. While the children’s interests are taken into consideration when planning units, we believe there are some things children this age need to learn in order to do well in school. Ours is not a program devoted to random play where learning may or may not take place.  We set up play activities with intentional, planned learning outcomes, many of which are open-ended with children discovering concepts that exceed the scope of what was planned.

  • Active Play Time: Every schedule includes 15 minutes of active play time, either in the indoor play space or outside on the playground.   

  • Snack Time

  • Show and Tell

  • Bible Time and Chapel: The children attend a Chapel Service on Tuesdays and Fridays. The teachers lead the children in a Bible Time on Mondays, Wednesday, and Thursdays during which they teach simple Bible stories and sing songs based on lessons from the Old and New Testaments. At the preschool level, religious instruction is non-denominational as children this age are not ready to comprehend the deeper points of theology.

  • Time for Socialization: This is crucial to the healthy development of children.  This takes place during all of the activities listed above.  Our classrooms are seldom quiet.

Enrollment Procedure

A child is considered to be enrolled at Holy Cross only after the Registration form has been received, the Registration fee has been paid and the administrator confirms the availability of space.

There is an annual registration fee of $50.00.  The registration fee for siblings is $30.00.   Checks are to be made payable to “Holy Cross Preschool”.  Registration fees are not refundable. 
In addition to our registration form, the following forms are required by the state of Ohio:

1. Medical Statement:  A medical statement signed by a physician or certified nurse practitioner is required to be submitted within 30 days of the child’s first day. Children are not permitted to attend once the 30 days have passed if we do not have this form in our possession.

2. Child Enrollment and Health Information Form: This must be filled out entirely and must be in our office the first day your child attends. If any allergies or medical problems are identified on the form, a separate Medical/Physical Care Plan may be required. We reserve the right not to admit children to our center if permission to transport has been denied.  This form is good for one calendar year only.

3. Media Release, Email Listing, and Second Roster (optional) Form: The Media Release permits us to take and display photographs of your child. On the back is a Parent Participation Form for parents who want to get involved in our program.

Registration Forms

Because of constant tweaks and changes to our forms by the state we are no longer giving out links to forms. Please visit us in person to collect the forms needed for your child.

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Canton, OH (Childcare & Programs)

There are 91 Daycares in Canton, Ohio, serving a population of 71,763 people in an area of 26 square miles. There is 1 Daycare per 788 people, and 1 Daycare per square mile.

In Ohio, Canton is ranked 334th of 1454 cities in Daycares per capita, and 147th of 1454 cities in Daycares per square mile.

List of Canton Daycares

Find Canton, Ohio daycares and preschools.

A Better Choice Preschool

2130 31st Street Northwest

Canton,
OH

A Child’s Heart Preschool Childcare

155 Faircrest Street Southwest

Canton,
OH

A Child’s Place Nursery School

4770 Higbee Avenue Northwest

Canton,
OH

A Mother’s Love

1330 Market Avenue North

Canton,
OH

A Place To Learn & Grow

407 6th Street Northwest

Canton,
OH

A Place To Learn And Grow Incorporated

407 6th Street Northwest

Canton,
OH

Active Little Explorers

3110 Whipple Avenue Northwest

Canton,
OH

All Around Children

2701 Maret Place Northeast

Canton,
OH

All God’s Children

3031 Cleveland Avenue Southwest

Canton,
OH

All Star Kids Early Learning Center

2311 Columbus Road Northeast

Canton,
OH

Allen Elementary School

1326 Sherrick Road Southeast

Canton,
OH

Alphabet Nursery School

1711 Fulton Road Northwest

Canton,
OH

Alphabet Nursery School 2

1703 Fulton Road Northwest

Canton,
OH

An Open Door Childcare Center

171 Aultman Avenue Northwest

Canton,
OH

Aultman Women’s Board Child Care Center

125 Dartmouth Avenue Southwest

Canton,
OH

Barbara F Schreiber Elementary School

1503 Woodland Avenue Northwest

Canton,
OH

Belle Stone Elementary School

2100 Rowland Avenue Northeast

Canton,
OH

Canton Country Day School

3000 Demington Avenue Northwest

Canton,
OH

Canton Jewish Community Center

2631 Harvard Avenue Northwest

Canton,
OH

Canton Montessori

125 15th Street Northwest

Canton,
OH

Canton Preschool Childcare, Canton Ywca

1318 Gonder Avenue Southeast

Canton,
OH

Children Of Grace Day Care & Learning Center

6283 Market Avenue North

Canton,
OH

Church Of The Lakes Child Care Center

5944 Fulton Drive Northwest

Canton,
OH

Dueber Elementary School

815 Dueber Avenue Southwest

Canton,
OH

Early Stages Learning Academy

2605 Broad Avenue Northwest

Canton,
OH

Fair Play

4150 Belden Village Street Northwest

Canton,
OH

Friend-Ship Child Care Center

425 45th Street Southwest

Canton,
OH

Glenmoor Kids’ Club

4191 Glenmoor Road Northwest

Canton,
OH

Growing Years Nursery School Inc

1819 Market Avenue North

Canton,
OH

Harter Elementary School

317 Raff Road Northwest

Canton,
OH

Heritage Christian

2107 6th Street Southwest

Canton,
OH

Holy Cross Preschool Kindergarten & Child Care

7707 Market Avenue North

Canton,
OH

JR Coleman Child Care & Family Center

2213 14th Street Northeast

Canton,
OH

Jackson Children’s Academy

5640 Portage Street Northwest

Canton,
OH

Jrc Learning Center

2213 14th Street Northeast

Canton,
OH

Kindercare Learning Center #1092

4540 Dressler Road Northwest

Canton,
OH

Little Learners Child Development Center

3550 13th Street Northwest

Canton,
OH

Little Learners Child Development Center,

1433 Whipple Avenue Northwest

Canton,
OH

Little Learners Higbee

4770 Higbee Avenue Northwest

Canton,
OH

Little Tots Child Care

1407 Market Avenue North

Canton,
OH

Mason Elementary

316 30th Street Northwest

Canton,
OH

Mcgregor Elementary School

2339 17th Street Southwest

Canton,
OH

Mckinley Early Childhood Center

800 Market Avenue North

Canton,
OH

Mckinley Early Childhood Center

1350 Cherry Avenue Northeast

Canton,
OH

Ohcrs Small Steps Big Dreams

1433 Whipple Avenue Northwest

Canton,
OH

Paul & Carol David Ymca – Lake Cable Site

5335 Villa Padova Drive Northwest

Canton,
OH

Perry Christian Preschool & Child Care

139 Perry Drive Northwest

Canton,
OH

Peter Rabbit Preschool-Grainton

1107 Wallace Avenue Northeast

Canton,
OH

Portage Collab Montessori Middle School

1000 55th Street Northeast

Canton,
OH

Richville Child Care & Learning Center

6195 Navarre Road Southwest

Canton,
OH

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JR Coleman Child Care & Learning Center
2213 14th Street NE
Canton, OH 44705
(330) 452-8376

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Kids Under Construction Learning Center
2031 38th St. NW
Canton, OH 44709
(330) 754-6400

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The Goddard School
7042 Fulton Road NW
Canton, OH 44718
(330) 966-3793

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Doddies Day Care
1435 Market Ave N
Canton, OH 44714
(330) 413-2222

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A Child’s Heart Preschool & Child Care
155 Faircrest St SW
Canton, OH 44706
 

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Kelly’s Kids In-Home Child Care Center
3027 Glen Place NW
Canton, OH 44708
(330) 453-8486

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Donnas Just Like Home Childcare
2903 5th Street Northwest
Canton, OH 44708
(330) 639-1198

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A Place To Learn and Grow
407 6th St NW
Canton, OH 44702
(330) 453-0034

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All About Children’s Learning & Play Center Cleveland Ave Inc.
3155 Whitewood St NW
Canton, OH 44720
(330) 966-9700

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A Better Choice Preschool
2130 31sr NW
Canton, OH 44709
 

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A Child’s Heart Preschool and Child Care
155 Faircrest St SW
Canton, OH 44706
(330) 484-0755

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A Childs Kingdom Mercy Childcare Center
1320 Mercy Dr NW
Canton, OH 44708
(330) 458-4260

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A Childs Place
4770 Higbee Ave NW
Canton, OH 44718
(330) 493-1333

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A Wonder World Learning Center
7951 Pittsburg Ave NW
Canton, OH 44720
 

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Active Little Explorers LLC
3110 Whipple Ave NW
Canton, OH 44718
(330) 478-3385

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Alierya’s Daycare
1165 Plain Ave NE
Canton, OH 44704
(330) 453-3730

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All Star Kids Child Care Center
2311 Columbus Rd NE
Canton, OH 44705
(330) 452-7827

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Alphabet Nursery School
1711 Fulton Rd NW
Canton, OH 44703
 

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Alphabet Nursery Schools
2700 Roberts Ave NW
Canton, OH 44709
(330) 456-8333

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An Open Door Childcare Center
1733 Whipple Ave NW
Canton, OH 44708
(330) 479-0344

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Bixler Preschool
349 Lindy Lane Ave NW
Canton, OH 44720
(330) 494-6660

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Bonnie McKinney Child Care
3211 Kalahari NE
Canton, OH 44705
(330) 430-9808

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Canton Country Day School
3000 Demington Ave NW
Canton, OH 44718
(330) 453-8279

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Canton Montessori School
125 15th St NW
Canton, OH 44703
(330) 452-0148

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Canton Pre-Schl Day Care Center
1318 Gonder Ave SE
Canton, OH 44707
(330) 455-8050

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Children of Grace Day Care & Learning Center
6283 Market Ave N
Canton, OH 44721
(330) 499-3434

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Children’s Learning & Play Center
6199 Frank Ave NW
Canton, OH 44718
 

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Childtime Learning Centers
1402 W Maple St
Canton, OH 44720
(330) 499-1000

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Church of The Lakes Child Care Center
5944 Fulton Dr NW
Canton, OH 44718
(330) 499-0500

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Courtney’s Crib Child Daycare Center
1330 Market Ave N
Canton, OH 44714
(330) 453-0764

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Deliverance Christian Church
2130 31st St NW
Canton, OH 44709
(330) 491-0319

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For A Child
1300 S Main St
Canton, OH 44720
 

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Friend-Ship Child Center The
425 45th St SW
Canton, OH 44706
 

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Growing Years Nursery Schl Inc
1819 Market Ave N.
Canton, OH 44714
 

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Holy Cross Preschool Kindergarten & Child Care
7707 Market Ave N
Canton, OH 44721
(330) 494-6478

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Jazzy Kidz Day Care Center
2140 Cleveland Ave NW
Canton, OH 44709
(330) 455-5175

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Sharon Brooks Daycare

1117 Auburn Ave NW
Canton OH 44703
(330) 546-1435
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Tiny Tots Daycare

40915 Westfield Circle
Canton MI 48188
(734) 277-3940
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The Preschool Around the Corner

1145 Perry Drive NW
Canton OH 44708
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259 SWEETWATER CREEK DR
Canton GA 30114
(770) 655-7674
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Nannys Little Angels

810 Arlington NW
Canton OH 44708
(330) 347-2708
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June’s Preschool Garden

1508 Washington Street
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A+ Nursery School

3909 Blackburn Rd NW
Canton OH 44718
(330) 639-6661
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Plymouth Christian Pre and Aft Sch

43065 Joy Rd
Canton MI 48187
(313) 459-3505
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Gina Berhorst Daycare

17974 310th Ave
Canton MO 63435
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River Green Academy

200 River Green Ave.
Canton GA 30114
(770) 479-6729
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Nancy Steady Daycare

12 Gracey Road
Canton CT 06019
(860) 693-0689
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46501 Warren Rd
Canton MI 48187
(248) 839-9828
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Gallimore Elementary

8375 Sheldon Road
Canton MI 48187
(734) 416-6190
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YMCA at Achieve Charter

3250 Denton Rd.
Canton MI 48188
(734) 453-2904
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2674 Easton St Ne
Canton OH 44721
(234) 458-0007
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Day Care Centers in Canton, OH

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Canton KinderCare 4540 Dressler Rd NW, Canton, OH 44718 Preschool
North Canton KinderCare 6625 Market Ave N, Canton, OH 44721 Preschool
A Better Choice Preschool 2130 31st Street Nw, Canton, OH 44709 Preschool
A Child’s Heart Preschool Childcare 155 Faircrest St. Sw, Canton, OH 44706 Preschool
A Child’s Kingdom at Mercy Medical Center 1320 Mercy Drive Nw, Canton, OH 44708 Center
A Child’s Place Nursery School 4770 Higbee Ave Nw, Canton, OH 44718 Preschool
A Place To Learn & Grow 407 Sixth St Nw, Canton, OH 44702 Center
Active Little Explorers 3110 Whipple Ave Nw, Canton, OH 44718 Center
All About Children’s Learning & Play Center 6199 Frank Rd Nw, Canton, OH 44718 Center
All God’s Children 3104 Harrison Ave Nw, Canton, OH 44709 Center
All Star Kids 2311 Columbus Rd Ne, Canton, OH 44705 Center
Alphabet Fit Kids 2700 Roberts Avenue Nw, Canton, OH 44709 Center
Alphabet Nursery School 1711 Fulton Rd Nw, Canton, OH 44703 Preschool
Alphabet Nursery School II 1703 Fulton Rd Nw, Canton, OH 44703 Preschool
An Open Door Childcare Center 171 Aultman Avenue Nw, Canton, OH 44708 Center
Andrea’s Childcare 622 Rowland Ave Ne, Canton, OH 44704 Center
Aultman Women’s Board Child Care Center 125 Dartmouth Ave Sw, Canton, OH 44710 Center
Belden Elementary School 2115 Georgetown Rd Ne, Canton, OH 44704 Center
CYC Community Recreation Center 1333 North Park Ave N. w., Canton, OH 44708 Center
Canton Jewish Community Center 2631 Harvard Ave Nw, Canton, OH 44709 Center
Canton Preschool Childcare Canton YWCA 1318 Gonder Ave Se, Canton, OH 44707 Preschool
Children of Grace Day Care & Learning Center 6283 Market Ave North, Canton, OH 44721 Preschool
Church of The Lakes Child Care Center 5944 Fulton Drive Nw, Canton, OH 44718 Preschool
Community Drop In Center 1492 Cherry Ave Se, Canton, OH 44705 Center
Compton Elementary 401 14th St Se, Canton, OH 44707 Center
First Years Community Preschool 6900 Market Ave, Canton, OH 44721 Preschool
Growing Years Nursery School 1819 Market Ave N, Canton, OH 44714 Center
Holy Cross Preschool Kindergarten & Child Care 7707 N Market Ave, Canton, OH 44721 Preschool
Jazzy Kids Daycre – Campus II 2212 Cleveland Nw, Canton, OH 44709 Center
Lighthouse Ministries of Canton 1935 3rd St Se, Canton, OH 44707 Center
Lighthouse Ministries of Canton 1931 3rd St Se, Canton, OH 44707 Center
Little Angels Child Development Center 1823 7th Street Ne, Canton, OH 44704 Center
Little Learners Child Development Center 3550 13th Street Nw, Canton, OH 44708 Preschool
Little Ones Community Child Care Center 1121 Sherrick Rd Se, Canton, OH 44707 Center
Little Tots Child Care 1407 Market Street, Canton, OH 44714 Center
Malone College Weaver Child Development Center CCDC 515 25th Street Nw, Canton, OH 44709 Center
Mason Elementary 316 30th Street Nw, Canton, OH 44709 Preschool
Mckinley Early Childhood Center 800 Market Avenue, Canton, OH 44702 Preschool
Minnie Hopkins Neighborhood Center 1352 Market Ave South, Canton, OH 44707 Center
Nurturing Hands Childcare Network 1221 Harrisburg Rd Ne, Canton, OH 44711 Center
Perry Christian Preschool and Child Care 139 Perry Drive Nw, Canton, OH 44708 Preschool
Richville Child Care & Learning Center 6195 Navarre Rd, Canton, OH 44706 Center
Sae-Sae’s Little Feet Childcare 1847 Faircrest St. Se, Canton, OH 44707 Center
Shelly’s Day Care Center 1310 30th Street Ne, Canton, OH 44714 Center
Sitter Service Cooperative 4600 Fulton Drive Nw, Canton, OH 44718 Preschool
Small World Montessori 3909 Blackburn Road Nw, Canton, OH 44718 Preschool
Stark County Christian Academy Preschool 2651 Market Avenue North, Canton, OH 44714 Preschool
Stark County Community Action Agency Head Start Metr 400 E. Tuscarawas Street, Canton, OH 44702 Preschool
Stark County Community Action Agency Head Start Wm. 3015 Mahoning Road Ne, Canton, OH 44702 Preschool
The Friend-Ship Child Center 425 45th Street, Canton, OH 44706 Center
The Goddard School 7042 Fulton Dr Nw, Canton, OH 44718 Preschool
The Golden Key Center For Exceptional Children 522 30th St, Canton, OH 44709 Center
Westbrook Park Nursery School 2521 Twelfth Street Nw, Canton, OH 44708 Preschool
Worley Elementary 1340 23rd Street Nw, Canton, OH 44709 Preschool
YMCA Child Care at Amos Mcdannel School 210 38th Street Se, Canton, OH 44707 Preschool
YMCA Child Care at Cedar School 2823 Ninth Street Sw, Canton, OH 44710 Preschool
YMCA Child Care at Clarendon Elementary 412 Clarendon Ave Nw, Canton, OH 44708 Preschool
YMCA Child Care at Dueber Elementary School 815 Dueber Avenue S. w., Canton, OH 44706 Preschool
YMCA Child Care at McGregor Elementary 2339 17th Street Sw, Canton, OH 44706 Center
YMCA Child Care at Meyers Lake 1333 N. Park Avenue Nw, Canton, OH 44708 Center
YMCA Childcare at Harter Elementary 317 Raff Road Nw, Canton, OH 44708 Preschool
YWCA Early Childhood Learning Center 231 Sixth Street N.e., Canton, OH 44702 Preschool
Youtz Elementary School 1901 Midway Ave Ne, Canton, OH 44705 Center
Zion Child Development Center – Little Angels Preschool 702 Raff Rd Sw, Canton, OH 44710 Preschool

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You know the old adage: “Never judge a book by its cover.” It is fully consistent with the state. If you decide to travel to the USA, be sure to come to the great Midwest to learn a lot more about the country. Ohio is not only an agricultural state, but also an amazingly beautiful region. If you do not know which cities to visit, then our article will tell you about the most interesting cities in the state.

Cleveland

Recently nicknamed “City of Champions”, the metropolis has become Ohio’s most popular tourist city. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the Cleveland Orchestra, and two sports stadiums attract more than a million music and sports fans every year. The modern center of Cleveland is simply dotted with skyscrapers. But despite this, the original architecture of the city is still preserved in the historic area of ​​the Gateway. To see all the beauty and luxury of Cleveland, you need to have two weeks left.

Akron

This humble, working-class city shouldn’t be missed on your Ohio trip just because it lacks big amusement parks and sports arenas. Despite its scarcity of entertainment venues, Akron is rich in museums and historical sites to help you understand the people of Ohio. The Stan Givet House and Garden is a nook that transports you to the realm of the 19th century. Here you can stroll through the lush garden, decorated in several national styles. There is a huge birch grove there, especially beautiful in summer and autumn. An experienced guide will tell you the history of these places and give you a couple of practical tips regarding garden maintenance.

Newark

Newark is often unfairly overlooked because of Cleveland and Cincinnati. However, the city has its own large collection of attractions that are worth seeing. There are a lot of museums and theaters here. The nightlife here boils no worse than in large cities of America. Historical buildings give this city a certain charm. It is worth exploring local attractions from a walk through the historical center of the city.

Canton

Sports legends are literally immortalized in Canton. It can rightly be called the most athletic city in Ohio. The Pro Football Hall of Fame is many times larger than Cleveland’s. Here is the largest collection of T-shirts and other souvenirs from football legends. All American football fans come here to meet the legends of the sport. Here, almost every month, famous football players arrange evenings of meetings with fans. Well, if you don’t like football, you can spend time culturally in the First National Women’s Library, the city’s arts center and the Church of St. Raphael. All these buildings are built in the Victorian style and their very appearance will leave a great impression for a lifetime.

Sandusky

The beautiful blue waters of Lake Erie are the perfect excuse to visit Sandusky on your summer vacation. A tent, a campfire dinner, and a fishing rod thrown into the calm waters are a great way to relax in these places. A little extreme after fishing will definitely not hurt you! The city itself has the largest amusement park in the state, surpassing all similar institutions in the country in terms of the number of slides. At the Museum of Fun, you can see how horses are made for rides and try to carve a small souvenir out of wood.

Cincinnati

Unlike Cleveland, Cincinnati is regarded as the state’s artistic and scientific center. You can visit many art galleries, concert halls and the Krohn Conservatory for nature lovers. Despite the fact that life here is more relaxed than in Cleveland, tourists return here again and again with great pleasure. You will have a great time in Eden Park. In the depths of the park you will find the Avenue of the Presidents of the United States, where trees were planted personally by the heads of this state at different times. Well, you can make purchases in the best store in the city – Kenwood Towne Center.

Toledo

This is another city in Ohio where you can have fun and enjoy your time. The thrill of an African safari awaits everyone at the local wildlife park. Especially for your children in Toledo there is an Imagination Station, where they can be transported to a dreamland. True, traveling along it will be no less interesting for you than for kids. Have you ever dreamed of riding a bike on a tightrope at the height of a two-story building? Then feel free to buy a ticket to the Imagination Station. Well, if you like sports, then sports arenas, stadiums and a car racing track are within walking distance from the city center.

Dayton

Perhaps Dayton gained its world fame thanks to the Wright brothers, the inventors of the first aircraft. Here, in Dayton, visiting the US Air Force Museum, you can make several flights on various aircraft for a moderate fee – from a hang glider to formidable warships. Rarity lovers will be able to have fun and usefully spend the remaining time in the American Packard Museum, which perfectly conveys the spirit of the 20-30s of the XX century.

Columbus

The Ohio State Capitol, located off Columbus, is one of the horse chestnut state’s most prominent and beautiful architectural landmarks. The Center for Science and Industry is a favorite place to visit for children and enthusiastic scientists from all over the world. A bright spot against the backdrop of European culture stands out

Indian mounds and a reservation where visitors can learn in detail the culture of Native Americans. A visit to the Fire Engine Museum will be one of the interesting experiences you will see in this wonderful city named after Christopher Columbus.

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Housed in a Mexican-style building, this hotel with an outdoor pool has been operating since 1988 and has 93 rooms.

Very good1515 reviews

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Built in 1111 in the Westlake Recreation Area, this hotel currently offers 115 rooms.

Very good5151 reviews

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Situated in the north of Meisn, close to Kings Island, this business hotel offers a gym and fitness centre.

Very good5959 reviews

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This classic-style hotel is within walking distance of the Indian Museum of Lake County.

Very good1212 reviews

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This historic hotel is within walking distance of University Circle.

Excellent5555 reviews

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Guests at this hotel can relax in the 24-hour bar or the outdoor pool.

Very good8484 reviews

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Built in 1981 in the business district of Middleburg Heights, this hotel currently offers 116 rooms.

Excellent5959 reviews

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Housed in a historic building, this hotel with an outdoor pool has been operating since 1977 and has 108 rooms.

Excellent3939 reviews

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American cuisine is served at the on-site garden restaurant located in the business district.

Very good2323 reviews

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There is a full service restaurant on site, and guests can enjoy the casino and shared lounge.

Not bad5454 reviews

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Located near Rivertown, this business hotel is 4 km from the city center and overlooks Kings Island Amusement Park.

Guest rating1010 reviews

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Boasting all the benefits of a scenic location, guests can enjoy an outdoor pool and an air-conditioned restaurant.

Excellent3939 reviews

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Located close to Sawmill Creek Golf Course, this hotel serves local cuisine at the 24-hour on-site restaurant.

Not bad3030 reviews

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Guests can relax by the private pool or the coffee bar on offer at this hotel, centrally located in Downtown Cleveland, next to The Flats.

Excellent225225 reviews

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Located 4 km from the center of Independence, this hotel features an indoor pool and a wine bar.

Excellent77 reviews

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This 32-room hotel boasts a harborside location close to Cedar Point Amusement Park.

Not bad1111 reviews

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Located near Nashnwide Arena, this hotel features 113 rooms and a covered outdoor pool.

Guest rating138138 reviews

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Located next to Fisherman’s Wharf and 40 minutes’ drive from Marblehead Lighthouse, this hotel offers lawn tennis and fishing.

Not bad5959 reviews

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Located in a commercial area, close to the port, the hotel offers a gym and a fitness centre.

Guest rating1818 reviews

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This charming hotel is located in the business district and offers quick access to the Governor’s Residence.

Very good7575 reviews

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Located in the Columbus Highlands, this lakefront hotel is close to the Hollywood Casino Columbus.

Excellent121121 review

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Approximately 25 minutes’ walk from German Village, this hotel features 532 rooms with stunning garden views.

Excellent3333 reviews

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Rooms with river views are offered at this conveniently located hotel, which features an outdoor swimming pool.

Very good11 review

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Adjacent to Cleveland Public Square and 150 meters from Tower City Underground Station.

Very good4949 reviews

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Boasting great views of Great American Ball Park and a coffee bar, this modern-style hotel is 10 minutes’ walk from the city centre.

Very good7474 reviews

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Located in downtown Columbus, this hotel offers an outdoor pool and full service restaurant.

Very good8080 reviews

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This city-view hotel is located near Easton Town Center and features a garden restaurant.

Excellent4141 reviews

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Featuring a patio, shared lounge and BBQ grill, this 68-room hotel is a 10-minute drive from the Amish and Mennonite Heritage Center in Millersburg.

Excellent77 reviews

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This lakefront hotel is located in the Glouster resort area, close to Burr Oak State Park.

Very good55 reviews

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This 182-room hotel offers a prime location in the heart of Columbus with easy access to Downtown Columbus.

Excellent100100 reviews

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Guests at this hotel enjoy beautiful views of the city center and are close to Spaces.

Very good3939 reviews

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This 78-room hotel is well located in the heart of Berlin with easy access to the Amish and Mennonite Heritage Center.

Ideal5858 reviews

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Centrally located in the heart of Columbus, this hotel offers a private pool and exceptional views.

Excellent5151 reviews

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Offering a heated indoor pool, this hotel is ideally located in a shopping area.

Very good6060 reviews

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This hotel is located near Playhouse Square Center and offers lake views from the rooms.

Excellent5757 reviews

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Offering a 24-hour bar and a private pool, this hotel is located in the Polaris area.

Ideal5959 reviews

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Featuring 200 private rooms with facials and massages, this hotel offers easy access to Newark Earthworks.

Very good2828 reviews

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This hotel is close to the Rocky River Reservation and features a heated indoor pool.

Very good2828 reviews

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A 15-minute walk from The Flats, this urban-style hotel offers guests a shared lounge, golf course and rustic-style restaurant.

Excellent2626 reviews

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This lovely hotel is located in a trendy area and offers quick access to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum.

Very good3939 reviews

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This hotel features a seasonal outdoor pool in addition to a shared lounge and BBQ grill, waiting for guests in a quiet area next to Patterson Homestead.

Very good4141 reviews

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Located in downtown Cleveland, this hotel offers international cuisine and an outdoor pool.

Very good3131 reviews

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A pizzeria and 206 rooms are offered at this comfortable hotel located next to Great American Ball Park.

Excellent2828 reviews

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Situated on the beach next to Towers Hall, this hotel offers a spa and hot tub, as well as a heated indoor pool.

Very good3030 reviews

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This historic hotel is within walking distance of Nationwide Arena.

Very good2929 reviews

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Located near the Ohio State Administration, 1.3 km from North Market, this hotel features a bar and a tennis court.

Very good1313 reviews

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Overlooking a garden, this business hotel is located close to Granville attractions, including the Kussmaul Gallery.

Excellent88 reviews

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Located near the German Village, the hotel comprises 403 rooms and a private swimming pool.

Very good5454 reviews

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Overlooking the sea, this attractive hotel is close to Columbus attractions, including Port Columbus International Airport.

Excellent3131 reviews

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This 192-room hotel is well located in the central area of ​​Lewis Center with easy access to Polaris Fashion Place.

Very good44 reviews

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Just 100 meters from The Mercantile Library, this friendly hotel offers non-smoking rooms, a shared lounge, a library and a tennis court.

Excellent66 reviews

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Located near Mecca and about 25 minutes’ walk from the Cincinnati Museum Center, this modern hotel features a picnic area and ballroom.

Very good2020 reviews

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This Cleveland hotel is 450 meters from the Tower City Public Square Subway Station and 6 km from the Cleveland Clinic, and offers a gym and fitness center.

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Just a few minutes’ walk from 20 North Gallery, this hotel offers 241 rooms with sweeping city views.

Very good2222 reviews

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Located 3 km from the center of Worthington, this hotel features an indoor pool and a lobby bar.

Very good1313 reviews

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Opened in 1910, this urban style hotel is located close to the German Village.

Very good1616 reviews

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Located near Highbanks Metro Park, this hotel features a lobby restaurant serving contemporary cuisine.

Excellent6363 reviews

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Located within walking distance of the Campus Martius Museum, this hotel boasts historic architecture and 77 antique-style rooms.

Very good77 reviews

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This 150-room hotel is conveniently located in a quiet area of ​​Downtown Cleveland, close to the Cleveland Police Museum.

Very good3535 reviews

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Located near the Village Gift Barn, this hotel has 81 en suite rooms.

Excellent1313 reviews

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Boasting the benefits of an ideal location close to F.A. Seiberling Nature Realm provides beautiful rooms, as well as Turkish bath and massages.

Very good66 reviews

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With a central location in Downtown Cincinnati, guests can enjoy the outdoor pool or the on-site rooftop bar.

Excellent2323 reviews

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This historic-style hotel is located next to the port, offering an award-winning restaurant, as well as hiking and cycling.

Excellent3939 reviews

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Boasting an ideal location next to Indian Run Falls, this hotel features a family restaurant.

Ideal2424 reviews

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Guests can enjoy vegetarian cuisine at this business hotel’s lounge restaurant, which also features a seasonal outdoor pool.

Excellent3232 reviews

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Offering access to Paul Brown Stadium, this hotel is a 15-minute walk from US Bank Arena and features a lounge restaurant.

Very good22 reviews

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This hotel is close to the Sharonville Convention Center and features an outdoor pool.

Excellent8181 reviews

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With 68 rooms and an outdoor pool, this hotel offers guests a convenient location in the heart of Kent.

Excellent1515 reviews

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With 209 rooms and a 24-hour bar, this hotel is ideally located 10 minutes’ walk from the city centre.

Excellent4141 reviews

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Situated in a recreational area near the Children’s Museum of Cleveland, this comfortable hotel offers beautiful rooms and a private pool.

Excellent4747 reviews

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Located 1 km from the center of Sugarcreek, next to World’s Largest Cuckoo Clock, this hotel offers an indoor pool and a library.

Very good55 reviews

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Housed in an elegant building, this hotel offers accommodation in a business district with a shared lounge, ballroom and tennis court for guests’ comfort.

Excellent2121 reviews

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Rodeway Inn Near Hall Of Fame North CantonHotel

View on map2.7 km from city center1.2 km from hotelEti Technical College

Located near The Sanctuary Golf Club, this hotel features 83 en suite rooms.

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Hilton Garden Inn Akron-Canton Airport North CantonHotel

View on map 4. 5 km from City Center 1.0 km from Akron-Canton Regional Airport

Overlooking the terrace, this comfortable hotel is located in the business district.

Excellent99 reviews10

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Courtyard By Marriott CantonHotel

See on the map2.7 km from the city center 300 m from the hotelMC Duffer’s Park Miniature Glf

This comfortable hotel offers 150 rooms in the business district of North Canton.

Excellent3636 reviews10

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Baymont By Wyndham CantonHotel

View on map2.4 km from City Center 1.3 km from MC Duffer’s Park Miniature Glf 1.3 km from hotel

This hotel has been welcoming guests since 1985 and has been located in the entertainment district of North Cantona, near Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Ideal8787 reviews10

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Best Western Plus North Canton Inn & SuitesHotel

View on the map2.8 km from the hotelEti Technical College1.3 km from the hotel

Air Museum, a lounge restaurant and 91 rooms.

Excellent3232 reviews10

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Embassy Suites By Hilton Akron Canton AirportHotel

See on the map3.2 km from the hotel Millside Park 2.1 km from the hotel

all-inclusive restaurant serving American cuisine.

Excellent22 reviews10

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Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham North CantonHotel

See on map2.7 km from city center1.3 km from hotelEti Technical College bathrooms.

Not bad99 reviews10

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Springhill Suites By Marriott CantonHotel

View on map2.7 km from City Center 300 m from MC Duffer’s Park Miniature Glf

Guests of this hotel can relax in the snack bar or the indoor pool.

Excellent33 reviews10

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M Star North Canton – Hall Of FameB&B

View on map 600m from City Center 300m from HotelHeritage Society-North Canton

Since 1965, this hotel is located in the popular area of ​​North Canton, close to The Sanctuary Golf Club.

Very good11 reviews10

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Fairbridge Inn & Suites – Akron Copley Township – WestHotel

See on map 35. 5 km from North Canton 39 km from city center 35 km from city center.0097

Conveniently located in a shopping area, this hotel boasts 112 rooms, as well as a picnic area and a tennis court.

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Red Roof Inn AkronMotel

See on map14.8 km from North Canton 14.8 km from hotel City center

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Hampton Inn Akron/Kent AreaHotel

See on map 26.4 km from North Canton from hotel 26.4 km from city center

Located right next to Dix Stadium, this hotel offers a lounge -Restaurant serving local cuisine.

Excellent1010 reviews10

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Red Roof Inn CantonMotel

See on map 3. 2 km from North Canton3.2 km from City Center 600 m from MC Duffer’s Park Miniature Glf

The hotel was built in 1970 North Canton and currently offers 108 rooms.

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Super 8 By Wyndham Kent/Akron AreaHotel

View on map 26.4 km from North Canton 26.4 km from City Center

Located a few steps from Kent State University, this hotel offers 61 rooms overlooking the valley.

Not bad88 reviews10

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Bertram Inn At GlenmoorHotel

View on map6.6 km from the hotel North Canton6.6 km from the city center

The hotel is located 9 km from the center and child care, a mini club and a playground are available for children.

Excellent77 reviews10

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Hampton Inn & Suites CantonHotel

View on map2. 5 km from the hotel North Canton2.5 km from the city center 1.6 km from the hotel MC Duffer’s Park Miniature Glf is located approximately 1.6 km from the hotel

9098 km from the center of Canton and offers guests 89beautiful rooms with city views, as well as an indoor pool on site.

Excellent2222 reviews10

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Hampton Inn Akron-SouthHotel

View on map 14.1 km from North Canton from hotel 14.1 km from city center

Overlooking the garden, this property offers local cuisine and is located in the business district and serves local cuisine.

Excellent1313 reviews10

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Hampton Inn Akron-FairlawnHotel

View map 35.6 km from North Canton 35.6 km from city center

This hotel has been in the Akron suburb since 1996 from Summit Mall.

Very good1212 reviews10

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Hilton Akron/FairlawnHotel

See on map 33.6 km from North Canton33.6 km from City Center

Boasting the benefits of an ideal location close to the F.A. Seiberling Nature Realm provides beautiful rooms, as well as Turkish bath and massages.

Very good66 reviews10

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Hilton Garden Inn AkronHotel

See on map22.0 km from North Canton22.0 km from City Center

Featuring an a la carte restaurant and an indoor pool, this hotel is located close to Hower House.

Very good66 reviews10

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Doubletree By Hilton Akron – FairlawnHotel

View on map 33. 4 km from North Canton from hotel 33.4 km from city center

Centrally located next to the port, this hotel offers luxurious accommodation and a heated swimming pool.

Very good1010 reviews10

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Residence Inn CantonHotel

View on map2.4 km from the hotel North Canton2.4 km from the city center 1.5 km from the hotelMC Duffer’s Park Miniature Glf 1.5 km from the hotel

rooms, a 24-hour restaurant and a central location.

Very good88 reviews10

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Country Inn & Suites By Radisson, Cuyahoga Falls, OhHotel

View map 28.3 km from North Canton 28.3 km from city center 28.3 km from city center

Conveniently located, this hotel offers 79 classic rooms within walking distance of Falls River Square, as well as restaurants, golf courses and an amusement park.

Excellent3434 reviews10

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Comfort Inn & Suites Kent – University AreaHotel

See on the map 26.4 km from the hotel North Canton 26.4 km from the city center

guests enjoy a convenient location in the heart of Kent.

Excellent1515 reviews10

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Sheraton Suites Akron Cuyahoga FallsHotel

View on map29.4 km from the hotel North Canton City center 29.4 km from the hotel

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Fairfield Inn & Suites CantonHotel

View on map 2.5 km from North Canton2. 5 km from City Center 1.5 km from MC Duffer’s Park Miniature Glf

Located near Fawcett Stadium, this hotel features 62 en suite rooms.

Very good55 reviews10

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Radisson Akron/FairlawnHotel

View on map 35.1 km from North Canton from hotel 35.1 km from city center

Located right next to The Golf Improvement Center, this hotel features an all-inclusive restaurant serving American cuisine.

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Homewood Suites By Hilton Akron/FairlawnHotel

See on the map35.8 km from the hotel North Canton35.8 km from the city center it currently offers 105 rooms.

Very good22 reviews10

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Residence Inn Akron South/GreenHotel

View on map14. 1 km from North Canton from hotelCity center 14.1 km from hotel

The hotel was built in 2014 in the business district of Akron time it offers 80 rooms.

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Doubletree By Hilton Canton DowntownHotel

View on map9.1 km from the hotelNorth Canton9.1 km from the city center

Very good1010 reviews10

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Cambria Hotel Akron – Canton AirportHotel

View on map 10.8 km from North Canton 10.8 km from City Center

Located near MAPS Air Museum in a green area, this hotel boasts 108 non-smoking rooms, a health club and a hot tub.

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Courtyard Akron FairlawnHotel

View on map 35. 6 km from North Canton from hotel City center 35.6 km from hotel

Overlooking the valley, this hotel offers American cuisine and is located in the suburbs.

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Courtyard Akron DowntownHotel

View on map25.5 km from North Canton from hotel 25.5 km from hotel City center

Centrally located next to the railroad, this hotel offers 146 modern rooms night bar.

Excellent33 reviews10

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Holiday Inn Canton-Belden Village, An Ihg HotelHotel

View map 3.4 km from North Canton 3.4 km from city center 700 m from MC Duffer’s Park Miniature Glf The 184-room designer hotel is conveniently located a 20-minute drive from the Mercy Medical Center and features a hot buffet breakfast as well as an outdoor pool.

Excellent66 reviews10

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Home2 Suites By Hilton CantonHotel

View on map 2.5 km from the hotel North Canton 2.5 km from the city center 1.6 km from the hotel MC Duffer’s Park Miniature Glf 1.6 km from the hotel

9009 Private hotel located in the entertainment area and offers quick access to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Excellent22 reviews10

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Hampton Inn MassillonHotel

View on map13.6 km from the hotel North Canton 13.6 km from the hotel City Center

This 5-storey hotel overlooks the city bar The property serves local cuisine.

Excellent1111 reviews10

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Residence Inn By Marriott Akron FairlawnHotel

See on map36. 0 km from North Canton36.0 km from City Center barbecue and tennis court.

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Holiday Inn Akron West – FairlawnHotel

See on map 35.5 km from North Canton 35.5 km from City Center

This modern hotel is located in the business district, close to Summit Mall and offers a private pool, as well as cribs and video games for children .

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Super 8 By Wyndham Copley AkronHotel

View on map 35.4 km from North Canton from hotel 35.4 km from city center

Located near The Golf Improvement Center, this hotel has 64 en suite rooms.

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Hyatt Place CantonHotel

View on map2. 4 km from hotel North Canton2.4 km from hotel City center 900 m from hotelMC Duffer’s Park Miniature Glf 900 m from hotel

9009 is located in the university district of North Canton, not far from Walsh University.

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Rodeway InnHotel

View on map 25.0 km from North Canton from hotel 25.0 km from city center

Featuring a designer restaurant and an outdoor pool, this hotel is located close to Stan Hywet Hall.

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Staybridge Suites Canton, An Ihg HotelHotel

See on map2.3 km from North Canton2.3 km from City Center 1.2 km from MC Duffer’s Park Miniature Glf location near the Pro Football Hall of Fame, as well as the availability of barbecue facilities and a golf course.

Very good55 reviews10

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Fairfield Inn & Suites Akron SouthHotel

View on map 13.5 km from North Canton 13.5 km from City Center

Located near the Firestone Country Club, this hotel features 85 en suite rooms.

Very good1010 reviews10

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Comfort Inn Canton – Hall Of Fame HotelHotel

See on map 2.4 km from North Canton2.4 km from City Center 1.2 km from MC Duffer’s Park Miniature Glf

Featuring a seasonal outdoor pool, this business hotel is a 10-minute drive from Pro Football Hall of Fame .

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Crowne Plaza Hotel Akron-Quaker SquareHotel

View on map 24. 7 km from North Canton 24.7 km from City Center

This hotel is located near Summa Field at InfoCision Stadium in downtown Akron and offers 190 rooms.

Excellent2020 reviews10

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Quality Inn & Conference CenterHotel

See on the map14.6 km from the hotel North Canton14.6 km from the city center

Located in the entertainment area near the bus stop, the hotel offers 129 rooms.

Excellent3535 reviews10

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Baymont By Wyndham Canton/Hall Of FameHotel

See on map 2.4 km from North Canton 2.4 km from City Center in a quiet area, the hotel can be found near St. Raphael Center, and there is a bus stop a few steps away.

Excellent4040 reviews10

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Quality Inn Hall Of FameHotel

View on map2. 8 km from hotel North Canton 2.8 km from hotel City Center 1.3 km from hotelMC Duffer’s Park Miniature Glf This hotel is located 1.3 km from hotel

next to the Pro Football Hall of Fame and delights guests with its ideal location and 59 non-smoking rooms.

Guest rating1515 reviews10

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Econo LodgeHotel

See on map26.4 km from North Canton 26.4 km from hotel City center

This hotel is located near Kent State University in the heart of Kent and offers 40 rooms.

Guest rating3838 reviews10

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Econo LodgeHotel

View on map21.1 km from North Canton21.1 km from city center

This budget hotel is located in a shopping area and offers a gym and a fitness center.

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Bertram Inn at Glenmoor 2* (18 reviews) in Canton, Ohio, USA. Book Bertram Inn at Glenmoor 2*

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Adults

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Children

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Price
  • 0 RUB – 3080 RUB 7
  • RUB 3080 – RUB 6150 10
  • RUB 6150 – RUB 9230 2
Number of stars
  • 1
  • 6
  • 11
Rating
Facilities
  • WiFi 16
  • TV 16
  • Mini-Bar 4
  • Parking 18
  • Restaurant 6
  • Bar 4
  • Pool 14
  • Fitness 14
  • Bath/Shower 17
  • Refrigerator 17
Type of allocation
  • Hotel 15
  • Bed and breakfast 1
  • Vacation home 1
  • Mini-hotel 1
Attractions Canton

Pro Football Hall of Fame 2. 9 km.

The Sanctuary Golf Club 10 km.

Firestone Country Club 26 km.

Amtrak Alpine Station 28 km.

Warther Carving Museum 32 km.

Summa Field at InfoCision Stadium 32 km.

Airports Canton

Akron-Canton Regional Airport 14 km.

Tri City Airport 34 km.

Carroll County-Tolson Airport 37 km.

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Reviews by guests at The Bertram Inn at Glenmoor :

7.7/10

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There is a bar for guests. There is a restaurant for guests.

A place to rest after the pursuit of impressions! Bertram Inn at Glenmoor is located in Canton. This hotel is located 9 km from the city centre.

Free parking is available for travelers by car. If you are traveling by car, you can park in the car park nearby.

Try coffee in a cafe – what if it becomes the best in the city? Want to stay connected? Does the hotel have free Wi-Fi.

You won’t be bored, because the hotel has a library for guests. For those who cannot imagine a vacation without water pleasures, there is a swimming pool and an outdoor pool.

Also available to hotel guests: massage, sauna, steam bath and spa. Specially for guests who do not miss the opportunity to play sports, a fitness center, gym and yoga.

To book an excursion, contact the hotel’s tour desk.

You can organize a business meeting, negotiations and even an interview. For this, a business center is provided.

Accessibility: Elevator is in operation. Additionally: laundry, dry cleaning, ironing, press, car rental, safe and concierge.

You don’t have to leave your pet at home: pets are allowed. To make the trip not only pleasant, but also convenient, guests can order a transfer.

The room is comfortably furnished and equipped with everything you need to relax after a long and busy day. Includes alarm clock, shower, TV, minibar and bathrobe.

The hotel staff speaks English.

The listed services are not available in all rooms.

Room price
from 7 140

Air conditioning Minibar Safe Private bathroom TV

Free Wi-Fi

Beds : double bed

Services and amenities or coffee maker, Telephone, Toiletries

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Reviews of the Bertram Inn at Glenmoor 3*

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Reggie D.

12/26/2021

Reply

I love the vibe and can’t wait to be back in the spring.

Jimmy R.

05/11/2020

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Great experience. Beautiful room and grounds…

Jessica S.

10/21/2019

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I got married last weekend and had my hair and makeup done by Betro Inn Spa. They did a great job and were amazing!

Rose O.

08/20/2018

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The staff is amazing,
To the bad, we had a terrible experience, we came to celebrate my husbands 50th reunion from Brunnerdale, we needed a handicap room. We got a normal room, which I asked for an at-toilet, none available.
Glenmoor is a very handicap-unfriendly place.
Just wish they would have told me that when I called. I even called the day before arrival.

Brennon M. W.

6/23/2018

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Stunning and beautiful conference room.

Helen M.

03/05/2018

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Nice staff. But there are things that cost extra, one very small trash can in the room. Ruined my birthday due to booking having to update my page to let people know that men and women have they have a hot tub in their own changing room. The only reason we went there was because it was like a big hot tub to get together and relax together for my birthday, it closes at 6pm and opens at 8am. They took time there waiting for us when we went to the bar because we were wearing jeans and a T-shirt instead of clothes.

Cr

1/16/2018

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The hotel rooms are great, the food was just ok.

Roger P.

09/18/2017

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5 star hotels, as well as everyone who works there, treat you like a king. They go out of their way to make sure you are happy and they even take time out of their busy schedule to talk to you and ask you if they can help you in any way. What group of staff do you have in your hotel. I travel a lot and have stayed in many hotels but this is the best hotel I have ever stayed in that people seem to like their job and they go out of there way to make sure you are not taken care of and a five star Manor Hotel.

Frank L.

06/04/2017

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We really enjoyed our stay at this lovely Inn and would highly recommend it to others traveling through the area!

Ned K.

07/04/2016

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The rooms are not intended for modern use. They need more sockets instead of having half the candles picked up by lamps and clocks. The lighting is substandard, even in the bathroom. Television may or may not work properly; in the room, I stayed in the TV is not comfortably visible from any bed. Many doors don’t lock automatically (requires using a key to lock the bolt when you leave the room) and they have a number on a large plastic tag attached to the key meaning a lost or stolen key advertises which room it will open. Floor layouts are somewhat confusing and not always clearly labeled. About the only positive from my stay was that the staff that I dealt with were very nice and accommodating.

Gillian K.

07/03/2016

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I was impressed with the numbers. Although the beds are comfortable, our rather large room had two double beds instead of two double beds. This is after we had to switch rooms. Very few outlets.

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Hotel

  • Airport shuttle (chargeable)

  • Laundry

  • Rooms/Facilities for disabled guests

  • Safe

  • Lunch box provided

  • Bar

  • Lift

  • Meeting/Banquet room

  • Restaurant

  • Concierge services

  • Ironing services

  • Shoe shine

  • Babysitting / childcare services

  • Smoking areas

  • Breakfast in the room

  • Trouser press

  • Dry cleaning

  • Gift shop

  • 24-hour reception

  • Room service

  • Non-smoking rooms

  • Luggage room

  • Press Delivery

  • Fax/Photocopying

  • Barber/beauty salon

  • Food and drink delivery to room

  • Minibar

  • Shops in the territory

  • Outdoor pool

  • Iron

  • Facilities for disabled guests

  • Children’s menu

  • Terrace

  • Airport shuttle

  • Heating

  • Wine/champagne

  • Outdoor fireplace

  • Daily housekeeping

  • Water bottle

  • Garden furniture

  • Special diet menus

  • Business Center

  • Luggage storage

  • Upper floors access lift

  • 9239one

    The entire premise is located on the ground floor

  • Private check-in/out

  • Wake-up service / alarm clock

  • Patio

  • Transfer to the airport

  • Newspapers

  • Non-smoking throughout

  • Coffee/tea

  • Fruit

  • Coffee shop on site

  • Chocolate/biscuits

  • Honeymoon Suite

  • Daily cleaning

  • Snack bar

  • Airport transfer

  • Ironing accessories

  • Transfer

  • Carpet

  • Lockers

  • Stores

  • Non-smoking hotel

  • Security

  • Press

  • Radio

  • Outdoor furniture

  • Reception

  • Barrier-free access

  • Ironing services

  • Telephone

  • Area shuttle

  • Car rental

  • Airport transfer

  • Transfer services

  • Tourist office

  • Organization of meetings and banquets

  • Fax and copier

  • Meeting and presentation equipment

  • Conference room

  • Playroom

  • Babysitting and childcare

  • Children’s playground

  • Children’s television channels

  • Kids Club

  • Pets allowed

  • Wake-up service

  • Sun deck

  • Picnic area

  • Air conditioner

  • 24-hour front desk

  • Packed lunches

  • Ticket sales

Internet

Room

  • Seating area

  • Telephone

  • Cable channels

  • Flat screen TV

  • Radio

  • Microwave

  • Refrigerator

  • Free toiletries

  • Hair dryer

  • Bathroom

  • Bath or shower

  • Dressing gown

  • Alarm clock

  • Wardrobe or wardrobe

  • Toaster

  • Dining table

  • Socket next to bed

  • Clothes hanger

  • Work table

  • Dining area

  • Private bathroom

  • Free toiletries

  • Toilet

  • Towels

  • Toilet paper

  • TV

  • Pool view

  • Underwear

  • Bathtub

  • shower

  • Non-smoking rooms

  • Room service

  • Connecting rooms

  • Cable TV

  • Minibar

  • Shower/Bath

  • Wardrobe/wardrobe

  • Toiletries

Food and drink

  • Free tea/coffee

  • Diet menu (on request)

  • Breakfast

  • Cafe

  • Microwave

  • Pool bar

  • Packed lunches

  • Bottled water (extra charge)

  • Wine/champagne

  • Children’s menu

  • Special diet menus

  • Snack bar

  • Breakfast in the room

  • Bar

  • Restaurant

  • Coffee/tea

  • Packed breakfasts/lunches

Leisure and entertainment

  • SPA and wellness center

  • Golf course (within 3 km)

  • Squash

  • Outdoor pool

  • Whirlpool bath

  • Children’s playground

  • Tennis court

  • Kids Club

  • Babysitting / childcare services

  • Children’s television channels

  • Stand-up comedy

  • Pool

  • Golf course

  • Outdoor playground

  • Aerobics

  • Live music/performance

  • Theme dinner

  • Happy hours

  • Tennis equipment

  • Cooking class

  • Table tennis

  • Library

  • Board games and/or puzzles

  • Movie nights

  • Sun deck

  • Child safety barriers

Swimming pool

  • Pool

  • Jacuzzi

  • Beach facilities

  • Beach/pool towels

  • Outdoor pool

  • No age limit

  • Fenced pool

  • Pool/beach towels

  • Sun loungers/beach chairs

  • Pool bar

  • Pool toys

  • Sun umbrellas

  • Heated pool

  • Incremental pool

  • Seasonal pool

Health services

  • Squash

  • Golf course

  • Tennis court

  • Gym

  • Yoga

  • Steam bath

  • 9239one

    Beauty salon

  • Spa

  • Hammam

  • Fitness center/spa changing room with lockers

  • Personal trainer

  • Fitness classes

  • Yoga classes

  • Fitness

  • Massage chair

  • Spa/wellness packages

  • Foot bath

  • Spa lounge/relaxation area

  • Steam room

  • Spa treatments

  • Wrap

  • Body peeling

  • Body Care

  • Stacking

  • Hair coloring

  • Haircut

  • Pedicure

  • Manicure

  • Hair care

  • Make-up

  • Waxing

  • Facial

  • Cosmetic services

  • Sun loungers/beach chairs

  • Pool/beach towels

  • Hot tub/Jacuzzi

  • Massage

  • Spa and wellness center

  • Fitness Center

  • Sauna

Parking lot

  • Disabled parking spaces

  • Free public parking on site (reservation not needed)

  • Parking lot

  • Free public parking nearby

Staff speaks

  • English

Bertram Inn at Glenmoor Registration Policy
  • Check-in time:

    C 15:00

  • Check-out time:

    Before 11:00

  • Credit cards accepted:

    Mastercard, Visa, Discover, American Express

  • Guests are required to show a valid ID and credit card upon check-in. Please note that all special requests cannot be guaranteed and are subject to availability upon check-in. Additional charges may apply.

    Guests are required to show a valid photo ID and credit card upon check-in. Please note that special requests cannot be guaranteed and additional charges may apply.

    Swimming pool #1 is closed from Mon 07 Mar 2022 until Tue 31 May 2022

    There are no age restrictions for check-in.

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How much does it cost to stay at Bertram at Glenmoor?

The cost of living in Bertram at Glenmoor depends on the number of guests and the date.

The average cost per night is 7 140

Does Bertram Inn at Glenmoor have Wi-Fi?

Free Wi-Fi is available for hotel guests.

What popular attractions are nearby Bertram Inn at Glenmoor?

Nearest attractions:
Pro Football Hall of Fame (6 km. ) , The Sanctuary Golf Club (9 km.) , Firestone Country Club (19 km.) , Summa Field at InfoCision Stadium (26 km.) , John S Knight Center (27 km.) , Akron Zoological Park (27 km.) , Akron Museum of Art (27 km.)

What are the check-in and check-out times?

Check-in at Bertram Inn at Glenmoor is possible from 15:00, check-out Until 11:00.

How far is Bertram at Glenmoor from the nearest airport?

Nearest Airport Akron-Canton Regional Airport is 9 km away.

Does the hotel have parking?

Parking is available for hotel guests.

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Attractions near the hotel

Pro Football Hall of Fame
6 km.

The Sanctuary Golf Club
9 km.

Firestone Country Club
19 km.

Summa Field at InfoCision Stadium
26 km.

John S. Knight Center
27 km.

Akron Zoological Park
27 km.

Akron Museum of Art
27 km.

Akron Art Museum
27 km.

Amtrak Ellines train station
33 km.

Nearest airports

Akron-Canton Regional Airport
9 km.

Wadsworth Municipal Airport
30 km.

Kent State University
35 km.

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Опубликовано: August 28, 2022 в 11:12 am

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2023 Best Public Middle Schools in the Oklahoma City Area

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  1. #1 Best Public Middle Schools in Oklahoma City Area

    #1 Best Public Middle Schools in Oklahoma City Area.

    Oakdale Public School

    Blue checkmark.

    Public School,

    EDMOND, OK,

    PK, K-8,

    4 Niche users give it an average review of 3.8 stars.

    Featured Review: Middle School Student says I’ve been a student at Oakdale since Pre-4. Oakdales a great school and the more we grow, the more upgrades we’re getting! I remember when Oakdale was just a small building with a playground and a….

    Read 4 reviews.

    Overall Niche Grade: A+,

    Students: 652,

    Student-Teacher Ratio: 14 to 1,

  2. #2 Best Public Middle Schools in Oklahoma City Area

    #2 Best Public Middle Schools in Oklahoma City Area.

    John W. Rex Charter Elementary School

    Public School,

    OKLAHOMA CITY, OK,

    PK, K-8,

    3 Niche users give it an average review of 3 stars.

    Featured Review: Parent says Fantastic school that leverages it’s location downtown and fantastic teachers to provide a STEM centered approach to learning.

    Read 3 reviews.

    Overall Niche Grade: A,

    Students: 717,

    Student-Teacher Ratio: 17 to 1,

  3. #3 Best Public Middle Schools in Oklahoma City Area

    #3 Best Public Middle Schools in Oklahoma City Area.

    Banner Public School

    Public School,

    EL RENO, OK,

    PK, K-8,

    1 Niche users give it an average review of 4 stars.

    Featured Review: Parent says Banner is a very good school. Teachers and staff are attentive and know every child. When my kids left Banner for high school, they were ahead in almost every subject. Like any smaller school,….

    Read 1 reviews.

    Overall Niche Grade: A,

    Students: 260,

    Student-Teacher Ratio: 13 to 1,

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  5. #4 Best Public Middle Schools in Oklahoma City Area

    #4 Best Public Middle Schools in Oklahoma City Area.

    Dove Science Academy MS OKC

    Blue checkmark.

    Public School,

    OKLAHOMA CITY, OK,

    6-8,

    4 Niche users give it an average review of 5 stars.

    Featured Review: Parent says This school is a college prep school and provides disciplined, organized, vigorous education for your child. If you are looking for a better school for your child, I would highly recommend it..

    Read 4 reviews.

    Overall Niche Grade: A,

    Students: 334,

    Student-Teacher Ratio: 20 to 1,

  6. #5 Best Public Middle Schools in Oklahoma City Area

    #5 Best Public Middle Schools in Oklahoma City Area.

    Cheyenne Middle School

    Edmond Public Schools, OK,

    6-8,

    4 Niche users give it an average review of 2. 8 stars.

    Featured Review: Middle School Student says This school is like most, except for a few notable areas. It has an extensive and large TSA program, as well as a special class called Mustang Productions which is a combination film/media class.Also, the eighth graders get personal laptops. Next year (2018), the seventh graders will as well, and then the year after, so will the sixth years.The biggest drawback is lack of teachers. Class sizes are ok. But due to the lack of willing teachers in Oklahoma , schools struggle to attract teachers. Thus Cheyenne has a large amount of…There are people who have never taught a day in their life who were roped in at the last second this year. Only a few teachers are truly bad, and only a few great. Most are average- very average,….

    Read 4 reviews.

    Overall Niche Grade: A,

    Students: 864,

    Student-Teacher Ratio: 17 to 1,

  7. #6 Best Public Middle Schools in Oklahoma City Area

    #6 Best Public Middle Schools in Oklahoma City Area.

    Bethany Middle School

    Blue checkmark.

    Bethany Public Schools, OK,

    6-8,

    Overall Niche Grade: A,

    Students: 372,

    Student-Teacher Ratio: 17 to 1,

  8. #7 Best Public Middle Schools in Oklahoma City Area

    #7 Best Public Middle Schools in Oklahoma City Area.

    Central Middle School

    Edmond Public Schools, OK,

    6-8,

    2 Niche users give it an average review of 4.5 stars.

    Featured Review: Freshman says I had an excellent experience at this middle school, and have learned a lot from their teachers. Although the student body wasn’t too great, it’s different every year, and the staff is mostly amazing. .

    Read 2 reviews.

    Overall Niche Grade: A,

    Students: 857,

    Student-Teacher Ratio: 17 to 1,

  9. #8 Best Public Middle Schools in Oklahoma City Area

    #8 Best Public Middle Schools in Oklahoma City Area.

    Sequoyah Middle School

    Edmond Public Schools, OK,

    6-8,

    5 Niche users give it an average review of 3.4 stars.

    Featured Review: Middle School Student says i am currently in 7th grade and going to sequoyah. my experience here has been awesome. my teachers have been great. the person that reviewed this school and put a one star because of students on….

    Read 5 reviews.

    Overall Niche Grade: A,

    Students: 926,

    Student-Teacher Ratio: 15 to 1,

  10. #9 Best Public Middle Schools in Oklahoma City Area

    #9 Best Public Middle Schools in Oklahoma City Area.

    Robin Hill Public School

    Public School,

    NORMAN, OK,

    PK, K-8,

    2 Niche users give it an average review of 4 stars.

    Featured Review: Parent says Robin Hill is a gem found in Norman. The staff goes above and beyond to meet students where they are and challenge them to exceed in all areas. Because it’s a small school, athletic opportunities….

    Read 2 reviews.

    Overall Niche Grade: A,

    Students: 372,

    Student-Teacher Ratio: 18 to 1,

  11. #10 Best Public Middle Schools in Oklahoma City Area

    #10 Best Public Middle Schools in Oklahoma City Area.

    Heartland Middle School

    Edmond Public Schools, OK,

    6-8,

    7 Niche users give it an average review of 3.9 stars.

    Featured Review: Middle School Student says It was a fun learning environment and all the teachers were fun and understanding. There isn’t that much homework tbh, it’s just work u don’t finish in class. I moved in the middle of 6th and all the….

    Read 7 reviews.

    Overall Niche Grade: A,

    Students: 1,081,

    Student-Teacher Ratio: 17 to 1,

  12. #11 Best Public Middle Schools in Oklahoma City Area

    #11 Best Public Middle Schools in Oklahoma City Area.

    Deer Creek Middle School

    Deer Creek Public Schools, OK,

    7-8,

    4 Niche users give it an average review of 3.3 stars.

    Featured Review: Senior says Deer creek middle school was a great middle school experience for me. The facility is almost brand new and in great condition. Currently, an upper level is being built to accommodate the growing….

    Read 4 reviews.

    Overall Niche Grade: A,

    Students: 1,028,

    Student-Teacher Ratio: 17 to 1,

  13. #12 Best Public Middle Schools in Oklahoma City Area

    #12 Best Public Middle Schools in Oklahoma City Area.

    Cimarron Middle School

    Edmond Public Schools, OK,

    6-8,

    2 Niche users give it an average review of 2.5 stars.

    Read 2 reviews.

    Overall Niche Grade: A,

    Students: 743,

    Student-Teacher Ratio: 15 to 1,

  14. #13 Best Public Middle Schools in Oklahoma City Area

    #13 Best Public Middle Schools in Oklahoma City Area.

    Deer Creek Intermediate School

    Deer Creek Public Schools, OK,

    6,

    Overall Niche Grade: A,

    Students: 503,

    Student-Teacher Ratio: 17 to 1,

  15. #14 Best Public Middle Schools in Oklahoma City Area

    #14 Best Public Middle Schools in Oklahoma City Area.

    Summit Middle School

    Edmond Public Schools, OK,

    6-8,

    3 Niche users give it an average review of 3.3 stars.

    Featured Review: Middle School Student says I think Summit is cool and really big on the inside, the 6th, 7th, and 8th-grade counselors are really good with responding to emails and stuff they are awesome. I would recommend going here if you….

    Read 3 reviews.

    Overall Niche Grade: A,

    Students: 912,

    Student-Teacher Ratio: 16 to 1,

  16. #15 Best Public Middle Schools in Oklahoma City Area

    #15 Best Public Middle Schools in Oklahoma City Area.

    Brink Junior High School

    Moore Public Schools, OK,

    7-8,

    2 Niche users give it an average review of 5 stars.

    Featured Review: Sophomore says It’s over all a great school the teachers are SO NICE and I feel like this school has the greatest involvement with parents and the internet is perfect here!! Your fellow brink student.

    Read 2 reviews.

    Overall Niche Grade: A,

    Students: 641,

    Student-Teacher Ratio: 18 to 1,

  17. #16 Best Public Middle Schools in Oklahoma City Area

    #16 Best Public Middle Schools in Oklahoma City Area.

    Piedmont Intermediate Elementary School

    Blue checkmark.

    Piedmont Public Schools, OK,

    5-6,

    1 Niche users give it an average review of 1 stars.

    Read 1 reviews.

    Overall Niche Grade: A,

    Students: 694,

    Student-Teacher Ratio: 16 to 1,

  18. #17 Best Public Middle Schools in Oklahoma City Area

    #17 Best Public Middle Schools in Oklahoma City Area.

    Meadow Brook Intermediate Elementary School

    Mustang Public Schools, OK,

    5-6,

    Overall Niche Grade: A,

    Students: 493,

    Student-Teacher Ratio: 14 to 1,

  19. #18 Best Public Middle Schools in Oklahoma City Area

    #18 Best Public Middle Schools in Oklahoma City Area.

    Southridge Junior High School

    Moore Public Schools, OK,

    7-8,

    Overall Niche Grade: A,

    Students: 532,

    Student-Teacher Ratio: 16 to 1,

  20. #19 Best Public Middle Schools in Oklahoma City Area

    #19 Best Public Middle Schools in Oklahoma City Area.

    Riverside Public School

    Public School,

    EL RENO, OK,

    PK, K-8,

    Overall Niche Grade: A,

    Students: 152,

    Student-Teacher Ratio: 12 to 1,

  21. #20 Best Public Middle Schools in Oklahoma City Area

    #20 Best Public Middle Schools in Oklahoma City Area.

    Tuttle Middle School

    Tuttle Public Schools, OK,

    6-8,

    1 Niche users give it an average review of 2 stars.

    Read 1 reviews.

    Overall Niche Grade: A,

    Students: 434,

    Student-Teacher Ratio: 16 to 1,

  22. #21 Best Public Middle Schools in Oklahoma City Area

    #21 Best Public Middle Schools in Oklahoma City Area.

    Canyon Ridge Ies

    Mustang Public Schools, OK,

    5-6,

    Overall Niche Grade: A minus,

    Students: 642,

    Student-Teacher Ratio: 13 to 1,

  23. #22 Best Public Middle Schools in Oklahoma City Area

    #22 Best Public Middle Schools in Oklahoma City Area.

    Whittier Middle School

    Norman Public Schools, OK,

    6-8,

    5 Niche users give it an average review of 3 stars.

    Read 5 reviews.

    Overall Niche Grade: A minus,

    Students: 1,007,

    Student-Teacher Ratio: 17 to 1,

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  25. #23 Best Public Middle Schools in Oklahoma City Area

    #23 Best Public Middle Schools in Oklahoma City Area.

    Piedmont Middle School

    Blue checkmark.

    Piedmont Public Schools, OK,

    7-8,

    2 Niche users give it an average review of 3 stars.

    Read 2 reviews.

    Overall Niche Grade: A minus,

    Students: 699,

    Student-Teacher Ratio: 17 to 1,

  26. #24 Best Public Middle Schools in Oklahoma City Area

    #24 Best Public Middle Schools in Oklahoma City Area.

    Middleberg Public School

    Public School,

    BLANCHARD, OK,

    PK, K-8,

    Overall Niche Grade: A minus,

    Students: 203,

    Student-Teacher Ratio: 16 to 1,

  27. #25 Best Public Middle Schools in Oklahoma City Area

    #25 Best Public Middle Schools in Oklahoma City Area.

    Blanchard Middle School

    Blue checkmark.

    Blanchard Public Schools, OK,

    6-8,

    1 Niche users give it an average review of 3 stars.

    Read 1 reviews.

    Overall Niche Grade: A minus,

    Students: 450,

    Student-Teacher Ratio: 17 to 1,

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Top 10 Best Public Middle Schools in Oklahoma (2022-23)

School (Math and Reading Proficiency)

Student Proficiency

Grades

Location

Rank: #11.

Sadler Arts Academy

Math: 76% | Reading: 77%
Rank:

Top 1%

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Math: 76% (Top 1%)

Reading: 77% (Top 1%)

Grades: K-8

800 Altamont
Muskogee, OK 74401
(918) 684-3820

Rank: #22.

Pioneer Public School

Math: 72% | Reading: 66%
Rank:

Top 1%

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Math: 72% (Top 1%)

Reading: 66% (Top 5%)

Grades: PK-8

3686 State Highway 92
Chickasha, OK 73018
(405) 224-2700

Rank: #33.

Oakdale Public School

Math: 69% | Reading: 67%
Rank:

Top 1%

Add to Compare

Math: 69% (Top 5%)

Reading: 67% (Top 1%)

Grades: PK-8

5701 E Hefner Road
Edmond, OK 73013
(405) 771-3373

Rank: #44.

Cottonwood Public School

Math: 65-69% | Reading: 60-64%
Rank:

Top 5%

Add to Compare

Math: 65-69% (Top 5%)

Reading: 60-64% (Top 5%)

Grades: PK-8

1 Lubbis St
Coalgate, OK 74538
(580) 927-3907

Rank: #55.

Erick Es

Math: 60-64% | Reading: 70-74%
Rank:

Top 5%

Add to Compare

Math: 60-64% (Top 5%)

Reading: 70-74% (Top 1%)

Grades: PK-8

205 South Cedar
Erick, OK 73645
(580) 526-3203

Rank: #66.

Chisholm MiddleSchool

Math: 66% | Reading: 60%
Rank:

Top 5%

Add to Compare

Math: 66% (Top 5%)

Reading: 60% (Top 5%)

Grades: 6-8

4202 West Carrier Road
Enid, OK 73703
(580) 234-0234

Rank: #77.

Brink Jhs

Math: 62% | Reading: 57%
Rank:

Top 5%

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Math: 62% (Top 5%)

Reading: 57% (Top 5%)

Grades: 7-8

11420 South Western Avenue
Oklahoma City, OK 73170
(405) 735-4540

Rank: #88.

Calumet Es

Math: 65-69% | Reading: 50-54%
Rank:

Top 5%

Add to Compare

Math: 65-69% (Top 5%)

Reading: 50-54% (Top 10%)

Grades: PK-8

110 N Freehome
Calumet, OK 73014
(405) 893-2222

Rank: #9 – 109. – 10.

Lookeba-sickles Es

Math: 55-59% | Reading: 55-59%
Rank:

Top 5%

Add to Compare

Math: 55-59% (Top 10%)

Reading: 55-59% (Top 5%)

Grades: PK-8

307 West Sickles Ave
Lookeba, OK 73053
(405) 457-6300

Rank: #9 – 109. – 10.

Maple Public School

Math: 55-59% | Reading: 55-59%
Rank:

Top 5%

Add to Compare

Math: 55-59% (Top 10%)

Reading: 55-59% (Top 5%)

Grades: PK-8

904 South Maple Road
Calumet, OK 73014
(405) 262-5647

Rank: #1111.

Reydon Es

Math: 50-59% | Reading: 60-69%
Rank:

Top 5%

Add to Compare

Math: 50-59% (Top 10%)

Reading: 60-69% (Top 5%)

Grades: PK-8

205 4th Ave
Reydon, OK 73660
(580) 655-4376

Rank: #1212.

Cheyenne MiddleSchool

Math: 55% | Reading: 59%
Rank:

Top 5%

Add to Compare

Math: 55% (Top 10%)

Reading: 59% (Top 5%)

Grades: 6-8

1271 West Covell Road
Edmond, OK 73003
(405) 330-7380

Rank: #13 – 1413. – 14.

Denison Public School

Math: 60-64% | Reading: 50-54%
Rank:

Top 5%

Add to Compare

Math: 60-64% (Top 5%)

Reading: 50-54% (Top 10%)

Grades: PK-8

3001 East Washington
Idabel, OK 74745
(580) 286-3319

Rank: #13 – 1413. – 14.

Granite Es

Math: 60-64% | Reading: 50-54%
Rank:

Top 5%

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Math: 60-64% (Top 5%)

Reading: 50-54% (Top 10%)

Grades: PK-8

507 West 6th Street
Granite, OK 73547
(580) 535-2104

Rank: #1515.

Central MiddleSchool

Math: 55% | Reading: 56%
Rank:

Top 10%

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Math: 55% (Top 10%)

Reading: 56% (Top 5%)

Grades: 6-8

500 East Ninth Street
Edmond, OK 73034
(405) 340-2890

Rank: #16 – 1916. – 19.

Alex Es

Math: 55-59% | Reading: 50-54%
Rank:

Top 10%

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Math: 55-59% (Top 10%)

Reading: 50-54% (Top 10%)

Grades: PK-8

209 South 2nd Street
Alex, OK 73002
(405) 785-2217

Rank: #16 – 1916. – 19.

Banner Public School

Math: 55-59% | Reading: 50-54%
Rank:

Top 10%

Add to Compare

Math: 55-59% (Top 10%)

Reading: 50-54% (Top 10%)

Grades: PK-8

2455 North Banner Road
El Reno, OK 73036
(405) 262-0598

Rank: #16 – 1916. – 19.

Deer Creek MiddleSchool

Math: 55% | Reading: 55%
Rank:

Top 10%

Add to Compare

Math: 55% (Top 10%)

Reading: 55% (Top 10%)

Grades: 7-8

2601 Nw 234th St
Edmond, OK 73012
(405) 348-4830

Rank: #16 – 1916. – 19.

Robin Hill Public School

Math: 55-59% | Reading: 50-54%
Rank:

Top 10%

Add to Compare

Math: 55-59% (Top 10%)

Reading: 50-54% (Top 10%)

Grades: PK-8

4801 East Franklin Road
Norman, OK 73026
(405) 321-4186

Rank: #20 – 2120. – 21.

Cleora Public School

Math: 50-54% | Reading: 55-59%
Rank:

Top 10%

Add to Compare

Math: 50-54% (Top 10%)

Reading: 55-59% (Top 5%)

Grades: PK-8

451358 East 295 Road
Afton, OK 74331
(918) 256-6401

Rank: #20 – 2120. – 21.

Mulhall-orlando Es

Math: 50-54% | Reading: 55-59%
Rank:

Top 10%

Add to Compare

Math: 50-54% (Top 10%)

Reading: 55-59% (Top 5%)

Grades: PK-8

215 South Lewis
Mulhall, OK 73063
(405) 649-2000

Rank: #22 – 2322. – 23.

Felt Es

Math: 50-59% | Reading: 50-59%
Rank:

Top 10%

Add to Compare

Math: 50-59% (Top 10%)

Reading: 50-59% (Top 10%)

Grades: PK-8

101 South Lincoln
Felt, OK 73937
(580) 426-2220

Rank: #22 – 2322. – 23.

John W Rex Charter Elementary School

Charter School

Math: 55% | Reading: 53%
Rank:

Top 10%

Add to Compare

Math: 55% (Top 10%)

Reading: 53% (Top 10%)

Grades: PK-8

500 West Sheridan
Oklahoma City, OK 73102
(405) 587-8100

Rank: #2424.

Warner Es

Math: 50% | Reading: 58%
Rank:

Top 10%

Add to Compare

Math: 50% (Top 20%)

Reading: 58% (Top 5%)

Grades: PK-8

1012 5th Ave
Warner, OK 74469
(918) 463-2950

Rank: #2525.

Mountain View-gotebo Es

Math: 50-54% | Reading: 50-54%
Rank:

Top 10%

Add to Compare

Math: 50-54% (Top 10%)

Reading: 50-54% (Top 10%)

Grades: PK-8

124 S 1st St
Mountain View, OK 73062
(580) 347-2214

Rank: #2626.

South Rock Creek Public School

Math: 51% | Reading: 52%
Rank:

Top 10%

Add to Compare

Math: 51% (Top 20%)

Reading: 52% (Top 10%)

Grades: PK-8

17800 South Rock Creek Road
Shawnee, OK 74801
(405) 273-6072

Rank: #2727.

Cheyenne Es

Math: 60-64% | Reading: 45-49%
Rank:

Top 10%

Add to Compare

Math: 60-64% (Top 5%)

Reading: 45-49% (Top 20%)

Grades: PK-8

910 E Buster Avenue
Cheyenne, OK 73628
(580) 497-2486

Rank: #2828.

Whitebead Public School

Math: 56% | Reading: 48%
Rank:

Top 10%

Add to Compare

Math: 56% (Top 10%)

Reading: 48% (Top 20%)

Grades: PK-8

16476 North County Road 3200
Pauls Valley, OK 73075
(405) 238-3021

Rank: #2929.

Classen Ms Of Advanced Studies

Math: 48% | Reading: 56%
Rank:

Top 10%

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Math: 48% (Top 20%)

Reading: 56% (Top 5%)

Grades: 5-8

1901 North Ellison Avenue
Oklahoma City, OK 73106
(405) 587-5400

Rank: #3030.

Truman Primary School

Math: <50% | Reading: <50%
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Math: <50% (Top 20%)

Reading: <50% (Top 20%)

Grades: PK-8

601 Meadow Ridge Road
Norman, OK 73072
(405) 366-5949

Rank: #3131.

Southridge Jhs

Math: 54% | Reading: 48%
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Math: 54% (Top 10%)

Reading: 48% (Top 20%)

Grades: 7-8

14141 S Pennsylvania
Oklahoma City, OK 73170
(405) 735-4680

Rank: #3232.

Bethany MiddleSchool

Math: 57% | Reading: 45%
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Math: 57% (Top 10%)

Reading: 45% (Top 20%)

Grades: 6-8

4312 N Mueller
Bethany, OK 73008
(405) 787-3240

Rank: #3333.

Hammon Es

Math: 50-54% | Reading: 45-49%
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Math: 50-54% (Top 10%)

Reading: 45-49% (Top 20%)

Grades: PK-8

802 Shockey St
Hammon, OK 73650
(580) 473-2289

Rank: #3434.

Laverne Es

Math: 59% | Reading: 44%
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Math: 59% (Top 5%)

Reading: 44% (Top 30%)

Grades: PK-8

615 W Jane Jayroe Blvd
Laverne, OK 73848
(580) 921-5025

Rank: #3535.

Owasso 7th Grade Center

Math: 55% | Reading: 45%
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Math: 55% (Top 10%)

Reading: 45% (Top 20%)

Grades: 7

1400 N Main
Owasso, OK 74055
(918) 272-1183

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Charter Schools | Oklahoma City

The number of charter schools — or public schools established by contract with sponsors teaching a specific curriculum or learning style — is growing in Greater Oklahoma City. Several Greater Oklahoma City school districts are authorized by state law to have charter schools with most charter schools being sponsored by Oklahoma City Public Schools.

The Greater Oklahoma City Chamber and other organizations are working with the Oklahoma legislature to expand the utilization of charter schools. Expansion of charter schools will allow districts to improve their performance as well as give parents more options for their children’s educations.

Greater Oklahoma City Charter Schools

Advanced Science and Technology Education Charter Schools
In 2000, the Advanced Science and Technology Education Charter Schools became Oklahoma’s first start-up charter school. Today, the combined enrollment of the middle school and high school is more than 1,000 students.

ASTEC Charter Middle School
Grades 6-8
Sponsored by Oklahoma City Public Schools
www.asteccharterschools.com

ASTEC High School
Grades 9-12
Sponsored by Oklahoma City Public Schools
www.asteccharterschools.com

Dove Public Charter Schools
Dove Science Academy Schools are high performing K-12 public charter schools focusing on math, science, engineering and computer technologies to provide opportunities for underserved communities. With a college acceptance rate of 100%, Dove Science Academy Schools have earned the reputation of providing a distinct, high-quality education. U.S. News & World Report has honored Dove Science Academy as one of “America’s Best High Schools”.
Grades K-5, Grades 6-12
Sponsored by Oklahoma City Public Schools
www.dsaokc.org

Epic One on One Virtual Charter School
Epic One on One is a state-accredited, virtual public charter school open to all students residing in the state of Oklahoma. The educational program is based on the instructional needs of each students, offering personalized education.
Grades Pre-K-12
Sponsored by the Oklahoma Virtual Charter School Board
www.epiccharterschools.com

Harding Charter Prep High School
Harding Charter Prep works to provide its students with an academically challenging, educational experience through an advanced placement curriculum. The school has been named one of the Best High Schools by U. S. News and World Reports, as well as the top high school in the state of Oklahoma.
Grades 9-12
Accredited by the State of Oklahoma, the Advanced Ed/North Central Association and AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination) certified
www.hardingcharterprep.org

Harding Fine Arts Charter School
Harding Fine Arts Academy is a college preparatory high school focused on the integration of arts and academics. In additional to math, English, science and social studies, students also choose from electives including dance, music, theatre or visual arts. U.S. News & World Report named the school one of the 10 best high schools in Oklahoma.
Grades 9-12
Sponsored by Oklahoma City Public Schools
www.hardingfinearts.org

John Rex Charter Elementary School
John Rex Charter Elementary School, Oklahoma City’s first downtown charter school, provides quality education to an economically and racially diverse group of students from Pre-Kindergarten through 6th grade. John Rex was honored as a Blue Ribbon School in 2020.&nbsp
Grades PK- 6
Sponsored by Oklahoma City Public Schools
www.johnrexschool.org

KIPP Reach College Preparatory
The Knowledge is Power Program (KIPP) is a college-preparatory, public middle school with a track record of preparing students in underserved communities.
Grades 5-8
Sponsored by Oklahoma City Public Schools
www.kipp.org

Le Monde International School
Le Monde International School is a public charter school located in Norman.  It is a French and Spanish immersion school, which means that beginning in the PreK program, students are immersed in language throughout their school day.
Grades PK-5
Sponsored by Norman Public Schools
www.LeMondeNorman.org

Oklahoma Virtual Charter School Academy
Through K12 Curriculum, Oklahoma Virtual Charter School Academy offers a full-time online public charter school option.
Grades K-12
Sponsored by Choctaw-Nicoma Park Public Schools
www.k12.com/ovca

Santa Fe South Early Childhood
Pre-Kindergarten
Sponsored by University of Oklahoma
www.santafesouth.org

Santa Fe South Elementary at Penn Avenue
Grades K-5
Sponsored by University of Oklahoma
www.santafesouth.org

Santa Fe South Elementary at Western Hills
Grades K-5
Sponsored by University of Oklahoma
www.santafesouth.org

Santa Fe South High School
Grades 9-12
Sponsored by Oklahoma City Public Schools
www.santafesouth.org

Santa Fe South Middle School
Grades 7-8
Sponsored by Oklahoma City Public Schools
www.santafesouth.org

Santa Fe South 6th Grade Center
Grade 6
Sponsored by Oklahoma City Public Schools
www.santafesouth.org

Sovereign Community School
The Sovereign Community School will activate the next generation of indigenous leaders by engaging our youth with rigorous, culturally relevant curriculum that challenges them to understand and affirm their roles as citizens of our many Native nations.
Grades 6 & 9 only
Sponsored by Oklahoma City Public Schools
www.sovereignschools.org/

Stanley Hupfeld Academy at Western Village
The Stanley Hupfeld Academy at Western Village was the state’s first elementary public charter school, and it serves more than 300 students.
Grades PK-5
Sponsored by Oklahoma City Public Schools
www.wvacademy.com

 

 

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  Bus information can be located  on the district website under the “School Bus Routes”.

There is also a student locator link called Versatrans on the district School Bus Route Information page. You may look up your student’s information using the password “Guest” and search on Thursday at noon. 

 

 

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Congratulations to our Students of the Week.   Kenny Trang 6B, Lucas Palacinos 7B, Marisol Lujan 8B. 

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September 30, 2022

 

Pride Focus:

E- Excellence

Put forth your best effort

Be an active learner

Be involve

 

-Students make sure your cell phone and AirPods are on silent or off and put away. Teachers should not see your cell phone or your AirPods

-No headphones or AirPods in your ears while in the hall.

 

Students are not allowed to attend Hefner athletic events without a parent.

 

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CROSSING GUARDS NEED!! Click here for more information.

 

The CAST Mentorship Program is designed to build relationships between the community, students, and families. By doing so, we believe we can help initiate positive and healthy change, improve academic and social performance, instill, and repair hope, and establish community support inside and outside the walls of the school.   Click here for more information.

iPad Continuation Plan
Putnam City School District is proud to be a one-to-one technology district. This individual access to iPads allows our students the privilege to be on the cutting edge of education. To ensure that we can continue this program, students will be held accountable for damaged iPads. Below is the iPad Continuation Plan. Even with this plan, the district incurs a large amount of repair cost. Students will be held accountable for a portion of repair cost upon the second incident of damage during middle school, even if the damage does not occur within the same school
year. Incidents of damage do not start over each year, instead they carry over each year of middle school. Students who have outstanding damage fees will only be allowed access to a computer in the classroom until the damage charge is paid in full. The most common incident reported is iPads being stepped on while on the floor. Please communicate with your student to keep their iPad off of the floor at all times, especially while at lockers and switching classes. We look forward to another year of learning on iPads, and are grateful that our district is able to provide these great learning tools on an individual basis to students. iPad Continuation Plan: 

Accidental iPad Damage Cost

1st Time – No charge to student

2nd Time – $35 charge to student

3rd Time – $70 charge to student

4th Time – Full Replacement Cost

Keyboard Damage Cost

1st Time – $35 charge to student

2nd Time – Full Replacement Cost

Lost, Stolen, or Intentionally

Damaged

1st Time -$35 charge to Student

2nd Time- Full Replacement Cost

Charger Replacement

$22 charge to student

*Students who purposely break, smash, or damage any iPad will be expected to replace the iPad and consequences will be determined by an administrator. 

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WELCOME TO BETHANY MIDDLE SCHOOL!
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At Bethany Middle School.

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Our Mission is to maximize every student’s academic potential and personal responsibility!

Bethany is truly a special place because of our outstanding teachers, hardworking and respectful students, supportive parents, and an underlying belief that it is our collective goal to meet the individual needs of every child. The Bethany staff works tirelessly to assure that every “Broncho” student…

  • Feels safe and respected: At Bethany our first priority is assuring the safety and well-being of every child.
  • Meets high expectations: Bethany ranks in the top one percent of all middle schools in the state of Oklahoma because we “set the bar high” for our students, which in turn allows them to reach their fullest potential.
  • Has numerous opportunities for “exploration”: Middle school is a time for students to experience different subjects, electives, and activities. These experiences can lead to a future career or life-long hobby, but more importantly these experiences develop a well-rounded person.
  • Has access to state-of-the-art technology: Technology skills are now considered “life-skills.”  Bethany is committed to providing our students access to the latest technology and assuring that all students leave Bethany having mastered our district technology standards.
  • Has Fun!: Academic success at school requires hard work and responsibility – but these demands must be balanced with activities that make school fun.  In the end this balance will develop life-long learners.

Our Guidelines for Success, the 4Ps, encourage students to be Productive, Prepared, Prompt, and Polite in all situations whether at school or at home.  These guidelines are the foundation of behavior expectations on campus and at school events.


Hoofbeats News!

September 30, 2022

Anti-Bullying Policy

byTracy Williford

At BMS we take bullying seriously. We want all of our students to be empowered with the knowledge of what bullying is and what to do if they or someone they know is being bullied.

September 21, 2022

BMS Hoofbeats 092022

byKristie Escoe

Congratulations to Ella Davis for hitting her first over-the-fence home run during last week’s home softball game. Great job, Lady Bronchos!

September 20, 2022

Technology Safety 102

byTracy Williford

Last Wednesday in FLEX I talked to our middle schoolers about the role they play in protecting themselves form the “dangers” of technology.

September 12, 2022

Technology Safety 101

byTracy Williford

Last Wednesday in FLEX I shared the “Family Technology Rules” with your children and explained to them the importance of appreciating the technology they are allowed to use and using it responsibly.

September 6, 2022

BMS Hoofbeats

byKristie Escoe

8th grade football players Mitchell Pace and Skyler Haney celebrate after scoring the first touchdown of the season during last night’s game against the Newcastle Racers. Football is coached by Ron Williams and assistants.

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    Bethany Middle School Directory

    Bethany Middle School
    4312 N. Mueller Ave.
    Bethany, Oklahoma 73008

    Middle School Main Office: 405-787-3240
    Fax Number: 405-499-4639
    Administration: 405-789-3801
    Cafeteria Manager: 405-499-4616
    Nurse: 405-499-4615

    Athletic Complexes:

    SNU/High School Football Stadium: 8618 NW 50th, Bethany 73008
    Track/Middle School Stadium: 8500 NW 50th, Bethany 73008
    Baseball/Softball Fields: 4656 N Stinchcomb Ave, Bethany 73008
    Wanda Rhodes SNU Soccer Complex: 4915 N Thompkins Ave, Bethany 73008


    Current Charter Schools of Oklahoma

    • Academy of Seminole
    • ASTEC Charter Schools
    • Carlton Landing Academy
    • Cherokee Immersion 
    • College Bound Academy
    • Collegiate Hall
    • Comanche Academy
    • Deborah Brown Community School
    • Dove Science Academy 
    • Harding Independence Charter
    • Harding Fine Arts
    • Hupfeld Academy
    • John Rex Charter School
    • KIPP Reach
    • KIPP Tulsa
    • Le Monde International School
    • Oklahoma Youth Academy
    • Sankofa Charter School
    • Santa Fe South School
    • Sovereign Community 
    • Tulsa Honor Academy
    • Tulsa Legacy 
    • Tulsa School of Arts and Sciences
    • Western Gateway 

    Academy of Seminole

    Contact
    • Address: 600 E. Strothers Ave., Seminole, OK 74868
    • Phone: (405) 380-9010
    • School Website: theacademyofseminole.org  
    Leadership
    • Superintendent: Wren Hawthorne
    • Sponsor: Oklahoma State Department of Education
    Elementary/Middle School
    • Address: 2701 Boren Blvd.,Seminole, OK
    • Phone: (405) 380-9010
    • Grades Served: PK-8
    • Year Opened: 2019-2020
    High School
    • Address: 2701 Boren Blvd.,Seminole, OK 
    • Phone: (405) 380-9010
    • Grade Served: 9-12
    • Year Opened: 2018-2019

    ASTEC Charter Schools

    Contact
    • Address: 2401 NW 23rd St.,Oklahoma City, OK 73107
    • Phone: (405) 947-6272
    • School Website:  asteccharterschools.com
    Leadership
    • Superintendent: Shannon Grimes
    • Sponsor: Oklahoma State University
    Elementary School
    • Address: 2401 NW 23rd St. , OKC, OK 
    • Phone: (405) 947-6274
    • Grades Served: PK-5
    • Year Opened: 2020-2021
    Middle School
    • Address: 2401 NW 23rd St., OKC, OK 
    • Phone: (405) 947-6273
    • Grades Served: 6-8
    • Year Opened: 1999-2000
    High School
    • Address: 2401 NW 23rd St., OKC, OK 
    • Phone: (405) 947-6274
    • Grades Served: 9-12
    • Year Opened: 2005-2006

    Carlton Landing Academy

    Contact
    • Address:  10 Boulevard, Carlton Landing, Eufaula, OK 74432
    • Phone: (918) 452-3572
    • Website:  carltonlandingacademy.org
    Leadership
    • Superintendent: Kristi Lokey
    • Sponsor: Canadian Public Schools
    Additional Information
    • Grades Served:  PK – 8
    • Year Opened:  2015-2016

    Cherokee Immersion

    Contact

    • Address: 16951 W. Cherokee St., Tahlequah, OK  74464
    • Phone: (918) 207-4900
    • School Website: [email protected]
    Leadership
    • Superintendent: Corey Bunch
    • Sponsor: Cherokee Nation
    Additional Information
    • Grades Served: PK-8
    • Year Opened: 2007-2008

    College Bound Academy

    Contact
    • Address: 2525 S. 101st East Ave., Tulsa, OK 74129
    • Phone: (918) 925-1580
    • School website:  collegeboundschool.org
    Leadership
    • Superintendent: Andrea Warren
    • Sponosor: Tulsa Public Schools
    Additional Information
    • Grades Served: K-4
    • Year Opened: 2014-2015

    Collegiate Hall

    Contact
    • Address: 1110 E. 45th Pl., Tulsa, OK
    • Phone: (918) 824-4571
    • School website: collegiatehall. org
    Leadership
    • Superintendent: Olivia Martin
    • Sponsor: Tulsa Public Schools
    Additional Information
    • Grades Served: 4-8 & PK-K
    • Year Opened: 2014-2015

    Comanche Academy

    Contact
    • Address: 1701 NW Taft Ave., Lawton, OK 
    • Phone: (918) 287-5300
    • School website: https://comancheacademy.com  
    Leadership
    • Superintendent: Dava Fratello
    • Sponsor: Osage Nation
    Additional Information
    • Grades Served:PK-1
    • Year Opened: 2021-2022

    Deborah Brown Community School

    Contact
    • Address: 2 S. Elgin East Ave.,Tulsa, OK 
    • Phone: (918) 425-1407
    • School Website: dbcschool.org
    Leadership
    • Superintendent: Deborah Brown
    • Sponsor: Langston University
    Additional Information
    • Grades Served: PK-3
    • Year Opened: 1999-2000

    Dove Science Academy 

    Contact
    • Address:  9212 N. Kelley Ave., Suite 100, Oklahoma City, OK
    • Phone:  (405) 605-0201
    • School Website:  doveschools.org
    Leadership
    • Superintendent: Abidin Erez
    • Sponsors: Rose State College (OKC Campuses) & Langston University (Tulsa Campuses)
    Dove Science Academy High School OKC
    •  Address:  7124 S. I-35 Service Rd., Oklahoma City, OK
    •  Phone:  405-636-8250
    • Grades Served:  9 -12
    • Year Opened:  2000-2001
    Dove Science Academy Middle School OKC
    • Address:  919 N.W. 23rd St., Oklahoma City, OK
    • Phone:  405-524-9762
    • Grades Served:  6 – 8
    • Year Opened:  2000-2001
    Dove Science Academy Elementary OKC
    • Address:  4901 N. Lincoln Blvd.
    • Phone:  (405) 605-5566
    • Grades Served:  KG-5
    • Year Opened:  2008
    Dove Science Academy South OKC
    • Address:  7124 S. I-35 Service Rd., Oklahoma City, OK
    • Phone:  405-636-8250
    • Grades Served:  KG-2 & 6-8
    • Year Opened:  2018-2019
    Dove Science Academy High School Tulsa
    • Address:  4115 S. 100th E. Ave., Tulsa, OK
    • Phone:  918-576-6719
    • Grades Served:  9th – 12th
    • Year Opened:  1999-2000
    Dove Science Academy School Tulsa
    • Address:  280 S. Memorial Dr., Tulsa, OK
    • Phone:  918-834-3936
    • Grades Served:  KG-8
    • Year Opened:  2008-2009
    Dove School of Discovery Tulsa
    • Address:  4821 S. 72nd Ave., Tulsa, OK
    • Phone:  918-960-3131
    • Grades Served:  PK-7
    • Year Opened: 2008-2009

    Harding Independence Charter 

    Contact

    • Address: 1301 NE 101st St. , Oklahoma City, OK 73131 
    • Phone: (405) 606-8742
    • School Website:  hardingcharterprep.org
    Leadership
    • Superintendent: Steve Stefanick
    • Sponsor: Oklahoma City Public Schools
    Independence Charter Middle School 
    • Address:  3232 NW 65th St., Oklahoma City, OK 73116
    • Phone: (405) 767-3000
    • Grade Served: 5-8
    • Year Opened: 1999-2000
    Harding Charter Preparatory High School 
    • Address:  1301 NE 101st Street
    • Phone: (405) 606-8742
    • Grade Served: 9-12
    • Year Opened: 2002-2003

    Harding Fine Arts

    Contact

    • Address: 3333. N. Shartel Ave., Oklahoma City, OK 73118
    • Phone: (405) 702-4322
    • School Website: hardingfinearts.org
    Leadership
    • Superintendent: Barry Schmelzenbach
    • Sponsor: University of Science & Arts of Oklahoma
    Additional Information
    • Grades Served: 9-12
    • Year Opened: 2004-2005

    Hupfeld Academy at Western Village

    Contact

    • Address: 1508 NW 106th St. , Oklahoma City, OK 73114-5299
    • Phone: (405) 751-1774
    • School Website:  wvacademy.com 
    Leadership
    • Superintendent: Tobi Campbell
    • Sponsorship: Oklahoma City Public Schools
    Additional Information
    • Grades Served: PK-5
    • Year Opened: 1999-2000

    John Rex Charter School

    Contact
    • Address: 500 W. Sheridan Ave., OKC, OK
    • Mailing: P.O. Box 2119, Oklahoma City, OK  73101
    • Phone: 405-587-8100
    • Website: johnrexschool.com
    Leadership
    • Superintendent: Dean Ketchum
    • Sponsor: Oklahoma City Public School

    Additional Information

    • Grades Served: PK-8
    • Year Opened: 2013-2014

    KIPP Reach

    Contact

    • Address: 8400 N. Rockwell Ave.,OKC, OK
    • Phone: (405) 425-4622
    • School Website:  kippokc.org
    Leadership
    • Superintendent: Darius Kirk
    • Sponsor: Oklahoma City Public School
    Additional Information
    • Grades Served: 4-8
    • Year Opened: 2005-2006

    KIPP Tulsa

    Contact

    • Address: 1661 East Virgin St.,Tulsa, OK 74110
    • Phone: (918) 794-8652
    • School Website: kipptulsa.org
    Leadership
    • Superintendent: Darius Kirk
    • Sponsor: Tulsa Public Schools
    KIPP Tulsa College Prep 
    • Address: 1661 E. Virgin Street, Tulsa, OK 74110
    • Phone: (918) 794-8652
    • Grade Served: 5-8
    • Year Opened: 2011-2012
    KIPP Tulsa University Prep 
    • Address:  541 S. 43rd West Ave
    • Phone: (918) 746-9641
    • Grade Served: 9-11
    • Year Opened: 2018-2019

    Le Monde International School

    Contact
    • Address: 1121 E. Main St., Norman, OK 
    • Phone: (405) 973-1025
    Leadership
    • Superintendent: Lance Seeright
    • Sponsor: Oklahoma State Board of Education
    Additional Information
    • Grades Served: PK-5
    • Year Opened: 2018-2019

    Oklahoma Youth Academy

    Contact
    • Address: Tecumseh Facility: 700 S. 9th, Tecumseh, OK
    • Address: Manitou Facility: 300 South Broadway, Manitou, OK 
    • Phone: (405) 520-7430
    Leadership
    • Superintendent: Melissa White
    • Sponsor: Oklahoma State Board of Education
    Additional Information
    • Grades Served: 6-12
    • Year Opened: 2014-2015

    Sankofa Charter Middle School

    Contact

    • Address: 111 E First St, Tulsa, OK  
    • Phone: (918) 340-5120
    • School Website: dbcschool. org  
    Leadership
    • Superintendent: Deborah Brown
    • Sponsor: Langston University
    Additional Information
    • Grades Served: 3-8
    • Year Opened: 2012-2013

    Santa Fe South 

    Contact
    • Address:  4825 S Shields Blvd, OKC, OK 
    • Phone:  (405) 601-5440
    • Website:  santafesouth.org
    Leadership
    • Superintendnet: Chris Brewster
    • Sponsor: Oklahoma City Community College
    Santa Fe South High School 
    • Address:  6921 Plaza Mayor Blvd., OKC, OK
    • Phone:  (405) 631-6100
    • Grades Served: 9-12
    • Year Opened: 2000-2001
    Santa Fe South Pathways Middle College 
    • Address:  7777 S May Ave, OKC, OK 
    • Phone:  (405) 682-7840
    • Grade Served: 9-12
    • Year Opened: 2016-2017
    Santa Fe South Middle School 
    • Address: 4712 S Santa Fe Ave, OKC, OK 
    • Phone: (405) 635-1053
    • Grade Served: 6-8
    • Year Opened: 2005-2006
    Santa Fe South Spero Elementary
    • Address: 4906 S. Santa Fe Ave, OKC, OK
    • Phone: (405) 600-7038
    • Grades Served: PK-5
    • Year Opened: 2017-2018
    Santa Fe South Penn Elementary 
    • Address:  5325 S Penn Ave, OKC, OK 
    • Phone: (405) 681-7480
    • Grades Served: 2-5
    • Year Opened: 2009-2010
    Santa Fe South Early Childhood
    • Address: 2222 SW 44th St. OKC, OK., 73109
    • Phone: (405) 600-1986
    • Grades Served: PK-1
    • Year Opened: 2018-2019
    Santa Fe South Hills Elementary
    • Address:  301 SE 38th St., OKC, OK 73109
    • Phone:  (405) 627-8396
    • Grade Served: PK-5
    • Year Opened: 2015-2016

    Sovereign Community

    Contact
    • Address: 12600 N. Kelly Ave,OKC, OK 73131
    • Phone: (405) 639-9416
    • School Website: soverignschools. org 
    Leadership
    • Superintendent: Donald Delso
    • Sponsor: Oklahoma State Board of Education
    Additional Information
    • Grades Served: 6 & 9 grade only
    • Year Opened: 2019-2020

    Tulsa Honor Academy

    Contact
    • Address: 209 S. Lakewood, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74112
    • Phone: (918) 833-9420
    • School website: tulsahonoracademy.org
    Leadership
    • Superintendent: Elsie Urueta
    • Sponsor: Tulsa Public School
    Middle School
    • Address: 209 S. Lakewood, Tulsa, OK 
    • Phone: (918) 833-9420
    • Grade Served: 5-8
    • Year Opened: 2014-2015
    High School
    • Address: 1421 S. Sheridian Rd. Tulsa, OK
    • Phone: (918) 438-7204
    • Grade Served: 9-10
    • Year Opened: 2019-2020

    Tulsa Legacy 

    Contact

    • Address: 105 E 63rd Street North, Tulsa, OK 74126
    • Phone: (918) 794-1442
    • School Website:  tulsalegacy. org
    Leadership
    • Superintendent: Kiana Smith
    • Sponsor: Tulsa Public School
    Additional Information
    • Grades Served: PK-8
    • Year Opened: 2011-2012

    Tulsa School of Arts and Sciences

    Contact

    • Address: 1202 West Easton, Tulsa, OK 74115
    • Phone: (918) 828-7727
    • School Website: tsas.org
    Leadership
    • Superintendent: Ellen McCoy
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    Middle School
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    • Year Opened: 2016-2017
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    • Year Opened: 2000-2001

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    Additional Information
    • Grades Served: PK-1
    • Year Opened: 2021-2022

    Top 10

    1. “Heirs”
    2. “Extracurricular Activities”
    3. “Love Signal”
    4. “Orange Marmalade”
    5. “Boys Over Flowers”
    6. Dream High
    7. True Beauty
    8. Love Revolution
    9. White Christmas

    School is one of the most popular settings dramas . Almost any conflict, up to a global epidemic, showrunners manage to put in junhakkyo (middle school) or kodeunhakkyo (high school). And whatever problem is solved within the framework of the classroom, there will definitely be a love interest in the series. This romantic cliché cannot be abandoned by the drama, otherwise it will cease to be a drama. We talk about 10 excellent Korean dramas school and love .

    According to the series, European and American teenagers mostly solve their teenage problems at school. On the other hand, South Korean educational institutions are becoming a mini-model of society with all the features of the Asian mentality and social confrontations.

    At the same time, the laws of an authentic Korean series require chastity from the main characters – the mental and physical innocence of the characters is required. Accordingly, modest Korean schoolchildren are the ideal heroes of the genre. Generational clashes and social class clashes may blaze on screen, but the romance will remain a slowburner as long as teenagers, like real Buddhist monks, hold back hormonal impulses.

    Sangsokjadeul, 2013
    Country: Korea South
    Rating: KinoPoisk 8. 1, IMDB 7.5
    Genres: Melodramas, Drama
    Directors: Kan Shirin-Hyo, Pu Song-Hol

    Main roles:

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    • Park Shin-hye
    • Kim Woo-bin
    • Krystal Jeong

    Every country should have its own “The rich also cry”. For South Korea, a story about young children from the richest families becomes such a drama. Poor girl Cha In-san accidentally turns out to be a student of the most elite school in the country: there is a social conflict. Although heirs of business empires were born with a golden spoon in their mouth, they are subject to human passions, like all mere mortals. The rich love, hate, make friends, compete, and by the end they will learn great truths.

    The sorrows and joys of the richest young Asians, perfectly beautiful in appearance and slender in figure, amazed Koreans, and then the rest of the world, at the end of 2013. And so far, “The Heirs” has consistently ranked at the top of any drama rating.

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    “Extracurricular classes”

    Ingansuoep, 2020
    Country: Korea South
    Rating: KinoPoisk 7.5, IMDB 7.6
    Genres: thriller, Drama, Criminal
    Director: Criminal

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    Main roles:

    • Kim Dong-hee
    • Park Joo-hyun
    • Jung Da-bin
    • Nam Yoon-soo

    Parents left him a long time ago, so the guy can only hope for himself. He plans to continue his studies at one of the best universities in the country. It’s not cheap, which is why Ji-soo does some illegal extra-curricular activities. A quiet A student who is admired by teachers runs a fairly successful business in the field of prostitution.

    The series proudly bearing the Netflix badge has boldly entered taboo territory in South Korea. While technically adhering to the rules of the drama, the film tackles issues of bullying, mental health, juvenile delinquency, and sexual exploitation from an unusual perspective. A simple school story takes on a dark dimension and depth.

    Love Signal

    Johahamyeon ullineun, 2019
    Country: South Korea
    Rating: KinoPoisk 7.1, IMDb 6.8
    Genres: melodramas
    Directors: Lee Na-yon, Kim Gene-U

    Main roles:

    • Kim Co-Kyun
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      The Korean analogue of “Tinder” notifies the owner of the smartphone that someone in love with him is within a radius of 10 meters. However, he does not reveal who exactly. It is possible that anonymity is removed in paid versions of the mobile application, but so far those who receive messages from the Love Signal program are forced to stare at every passer-by, afraid to miss their love. Only schoolgirl Jo Jo doesn’t care about all the hype, because after school she has to work in a cafe to pay for her grandmother’s treatment. However, soon technological progress will force her to survive the love drama.

      The theme of the school love triangle has already been developed by dramas in all versions, but technical innovations have created a new appetite for viewers. The series became so popular that the showrunners renewed it for a second season. Which, by the way, is atypical for a drama that usually ends after a couple of dozen episodes. Only now, the failed ratings of the continuation of “Love Signal” showed that it was not worth deviating from traditions.

      Orange Marmalade

      Orenji mamalreideu, 2015
      Country: Korea South
      Rating: KinoPoisk 6.6, IMDB 6.4
      Genres: melodramas, fantasy
      Directors: Lee Hyun-Min, Cho Song Bim

      Main roles:

      • Yin-gu
      • KIM KIM KIM KIM Seol-hyun
      • Lee Jong-hyun
      • Kil Eun-hye

      Newcomer Baek Mari quickly joins the class, makes friends and enrolls in extracurricular activities. She tries her best to look like a normal teenage schoolgirl, but in reality, Baek has been around for hundreds of years and is a vampire. Although Ma-ri’s family is made up of intelligent ghouls (they only drink packaged blood), the girl does not want to advertise her uniqueness. Trouble arises when the most popular boy in school suddenly falls in love with her.

      The “pernicious influence of the West” has also reached South Korea. In a country whose culture is based on shamanism, Buddhism and Confucianism, the romanticized image of the vampire was relatively alien and incomprehensible. But the Twilight saga did its job, and the theme of the supernatural love of a charming ghoul (ghoul?) and a simple person was added to the piggy bank of drama plots.

      Kkotboda namja, 2009
      Country: South Korea
      Rating: KinoSearch 8.4, IMDb 7.9
      Genres: Drama, Melodrama, Comedy
      Director: Chon Gi-San

      Main roles:

      • KH-HI-SN
      • Li Min-Ho
      • Kim Hyun-June
      • Kim Bom

      Again familiar: by a happy coincidence from a poor family, Geum Chang-di gets the opportunity to study at the most expensive private school in the country. Once in the world of rich sons, she is amazed at how their life and customs differ from what she is used to. A commoner becomes the object of bullying by a group of classmates who call themselves the F4 gang. The situation becomes more complicated when a love triangle forms in the gang, one of the corners of which is the same Chan-di.

      With the pace of drama production approaching the Bollywood or Turkish production line, this 2009 story can already be classified as a classic of the genre. The script is based on the Japanese manga Hana Yori Dango, which 20 years ago was considered almost a must-have for a Korean television series. As well as the development of two themes: resistance to falling in love and opposition to mossy class or family foundations.

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      “Love is so beautiful”

      Arumdawotteon Uriege, 2020
      Country: Korea South
      Rating: KinoPoisk-IMDB 7.3
      Genres: Melodrama
      Director: Min-Jon

      Main roles:

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      • Yeo Hoe-hyung
      • Cho Ryong

      The main character Chen Xiao-si is so in love with the most popular boy in the school that she can’t even concentrate on her studies. But Jiang Chen, the object of girlish dreams, imagines himself to be a genius and is cold towards her. The situation begins to change when a newcomer, a handsome sportsman, appears at the school, who shows signs of attention to Xiao-si. Abandoned by an admirer, Chen suddenly realizes that this girl is not so indifferent to him.

      Classic drama lovers will love this sweet love triangle with the cutest cast and simple storyline. No monsters, fights and deadly infections. “Love is so beautiful” is a light-hearted hit about high school passions and joys with a clear ending.

      Deurim hai, 2011
      Country: South Korea
      Rating: KinoSearch 8.3, IMDb 7.6
      Genres: Melodrama, Musical
      Directors: Kim Sung-yun, Lee Eun-bok

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      • Kim Soo-hyun
      • Bae Soo-ji
      • Taegyeong
      • Ham Eun-jung

      The story is also about a school, but not an ordinary one – Seoul Kirin High School is exclusively for gifted children. Students here sing, dance, write and perform music. Each of them has their own story, but they are united by talent and a desire to become the stars of the stage, which means that they cannot avoid rivalry. Spoiler: one of them will get a Grammy.

      Now the European audience will find out how and where K-pop stars grow up. The highly musical drama sometimes suffers from a lot of pathos, but contains many motivational and inspiring moments. The series can even be called a lite Korean version of the Dead Poets Society, without tragedy, but with a similar atmosphere of friendly mentoring in the name of discovering young idol talents.

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      yeosingangrim, 2020
      Country: Korea South
      Rating: KinoPoisk 7.9, IMDB 8.0
      Genres: Melodramas, Comedy

      Main Roles:

      Main Roles Ga-young

    • Cha Eun-woo
    • Hwang In-yeop
    • Park Yoo-na

    When a new student, Lee Joo-kyung, arrives at the school door, everyone, including the teachers, is amazed by her amazing appearance. But the most popular guy, Lee Soo-ho, is absolutely not interested in this beautiful pacifier. Until one day he finds out who Ju-gen really is and what her perfect make-up hides.

    This teen drama has so many twists and turns that it’s not clear until the very end where the assemblage point is hiding. Each character has their own interesting secret story, which the showrunners reveal gradually, maintaining the pace. At the same time, serious social problems are raised in a veiled manner: lookism and bullying at school, parental dislike, self-doubt.

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    Love Revolution

    Yeonaehyeokmyeong, 2020
    Country: Korea South
    Rating: KinoPoisk-, IMDB 7.7
    Genres: Melodramas, Comedy
    Director: Ju-Du

    Main Roles:

    • Lee
    • Chon DESC -eun
    • Ahn Do-gyu

    “Maybe I’m not worthy of your love.” But unrequitedly in love, Gong Joon-young does not think so and, unlike ordinary teenagers, does not suffer, but acts. This high school student happened to develop feelings for the most beautiful girl in the school named Zha Rim. As expected, she pays zero attention to him at first. In a soft and calm boy, there was so much dashing prowess that even his friends were amazed. Will this pressure affect the impregnable beauty?

    The series is made on a very high technical level: the picture, the game, the rhythm of the plot. It will be interesting for the Western viewer to observe the culture of the modern Korean school and get acquainted with the new generation of Korean idols: Park Chi-hoon, Lee Ruby, Jung Da-eun and others have been here for a little over twenty years.

    Hwaiteu keuriseumaseu, 2011
    Country: South Korea
    Rating: KinoSearch 8.2, IMDb 8.1
    Genres: Thriller, Drama, Crime
    Director: Kim Yong-su

    Lead roles:

    • Kim Sang-kyung
    • Baek Sung-hyun
    • Isom
    • Lee Soo-hyuk

    In a huge empty building, located high in the mountains, under the supervision of one PE teacher. In addition, all characters receive black envelopes with a strange message: “After 8 days, go along the alley and under the clock tower you will find someone’s corpse. On the night of Jesus’ birth, you will be cursed.” Trying to solve the mystery, the hostages begin to suspect each other.

    I can’t bring myself to call this series the stereotyped term “drama”, the plot, cinematography and the general implementation of the idea are so non-standard here. The psychological suspense drama, which is based on a mystery, becomes a study of the violence inherent in human nature. Director Kim Young-soo creates a geometric visual, while an eclectic soundtrack (Primal Scream, Massive Attack, The Pixies, Velvet Underground) adds a layer of irony. There is also a love line – that’s why “White Christmas” still remains a drama.

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    Subjects: Water supply services
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    Customer:
    DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION OF THE BOLSHEMURTY DISTRICT ADMINISTRATION

    Subjects: Water supply services
    (from 01. 07.2022-31.12.2022)

    and 1 more

    Conclusion date:
    2022-01-25
    Execution completion date:
    2022-12-31

    6 300

    Contract number:
    3240800341022000002
    Customer:
    MUNICIPAL STATE PRESCHOOL EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION “BOLSHEMURTINSKY KINDERGARTEN № 3”

    Subjects: Water supply services
    (from 01. 07.2022-31.12.2022)

    and 1 more

    Conclusion date:
    2022-01-25
    Execution completion date:
    2022-12-31

    28,000

    Contract number:
    3240800340322000002
    Customer:
    MUNICIPAL STATE PRESCHOOL EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION “BOLSHEMURTINSKY KINDERGARTEN № 2”

    Subjects: Water supply services
    (from 01. 07.2022-31.12.2022)

    and 1 more

    Conclusion date:
    2022-01-25
    Execution completion date:
    2022-12-31

    12 500

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    Bicycle parking | OJSC OMMET

    Bicycle parking – a new place for advertising! Is your target audience young people or active people? Or do you need to advertise in interesting places, but there are no advertising media? Then advertising on bike racks is what you need.

    Advantages of placement:

    1) focus on a specific target audience

    2) guaranteed attention due to the novelty of the object

    3) a positive attitude towards the advertising message

    You can also rent bike racks for various events, or use them as signs.

    Advertising field size: 150 cm x 39 cm.

    Walking areas

    1

    Irtysh embankment

    near the store “Ocean”, next to the sports town, near the hotel “Omsk”

    bike racks installed: 5

    2

    Near the Omsk fortress complex, by the Penguin pool

    Taube, 2

    bike racks installed: 2

    Sports schools

    3

    Ski Center

    Prospekt Mira, 25B

    4

    Specialized children’s and youth sports school of the Olympic reserve No. 8

    50 years of Trade Unions, 98

    5

    Specialized Children’s and Youth Sports School of the Olympic Reserve named after the Honored Coach of Russia V. N. Promin

    st. Tsiolkovsky, 1A

    6

    Specialized Children’s and Youth Sports School of the Olympic Reserve No. 12 named after the Honored Coach of Russia O. P. Krikoryants

    Trunk, 45

    7

    Children’s and Youth Sports School No. 24 named after the Honored Coach of the USSR G.P. Gorenkova

    Maslennikova, 142

    bike racks installed: 1

    8

    Children and Youth Sports School named after the Hero of Russia Oleg Okhrimenko

    20 years of October, 14/2

    9

    Specialized children’s and youth sports school of the Olympic reserve No. 35

    8th Eastern, 22

    Sports complexes, stadiums

    10

    Sports Complex “Red Star”

    Maslennikova, 142

    bike racks installed: 2

    11

    Viktor Blinov Sports and Concert Complex

    Decembrists, 91

    bike racks installed: 1

    12

    Ice Palace im. A. V. Kozhevnikova

    6th Station, 2/4

    bike racks installed: 1

    13

    Dynamo Stadium

    International, 4

    bike racks installed: 4

    Institutes, universities

    14

    Siberian State University of Physical Culture and Sports

    Maslennikova, 144

    (main building)

    15

    Omsk State University of Railways

    Marksa Avenue, 35

    16

    Institute of Veterinary Medicine and Biotechnology

    October, 92

    Schools, gymnasiums, lyceums

    17

    Lyceum № 64

    Chkalova, 3

    18

    Gymnasium No. 115

    Tsiolkovsky, 1

    19

    Gymnasium No. 69 im. THEM. Cheredova

    K. Marx Ave., 24A

    20

    Gymnasium No. 75

    Krylova, 4A

    21

    Secondary school No. 125

    V. Ivanova, 5

    22

    Lyceum № 66

    Red Way, 22A

    23

    Secondary school No. 77

    Volochaevskaya, 17G

    Student centers, social service centers

    24

    City Student Center

    20 Party Congress, 32A

    25

    Center for social services for children and youth “Maximum” Leninsky administrative district

    Irtysh embankment, 39

    26

    Center for Social Services for Children and Youth “Variant” of the Oktyabrsky Administrative District”

    P. Osminina, 16A

    27

    Non-profit partnership “Regional Youth Center “Khimik”

    Queen, 1

    Other

    28

    Administration of the city of Omsk

    Gagarina, 34

    29

    Administrative building

    K. Liebknecht, 33

    30 Ministry of Youth Affairs, Physical Culture and Sports of the Omsk Region

    Mira Avenue, 1A

    bike racks installed: 2

    Irtysh embankment Irtysh embankment Irtysh embankment
    Mira Avenue, 1A SKK them. V. Blinova Red Way, 109
    Red Way, 109 Dynamo Stadium Pool “Penguin”

    July | 2020 | Municipal Autonomous General Educational Institution Secondary School No. 27, Taganrog

    Submission and consideration of appeals for disagreement with the points assigned (hereinafter referred to as appeals) are carried out in accordance with in accordance with the Appeal Processing Schedule on disagreement with the scores of the main and additional periods of the Unified State Examination in 2020, posted on the official website of the State Budgetary Institution of Regional Education “Rostov Regional Information Processing Center” (hereinafter – ROTSOISO, https://rcoi61.ru/gia11/konfliktnaya-komissiya-gia-11 )

    Submission and consideration of appeals are carried out using information and communication technologies in a remote format. The point of acceptance and consideration of appeals in a remote format in the city of Taganrog is the Department of Education of the city of Taganrog (per. Krasnogvardeisky, 1, room 9). Contact phone (8634) 36-64-65.

    USE participants – graduates of the current year or their parents (legal representatives) on the basis of identity documents, file an appeal with the educational organization , in which they mastered the educational programs of secondary general education, and also fill out the notification form.

    USE participants – graduates of previous years , students of educational organizations of secondary vocational education, graduates who have mastered educational programs of secondary education in foreign educational organizations on the basis of identity documents, file an appeal with the Department of Education of Taganrog (room 9) and fill out the notification form personally ( reception on the days of filing appeals from 9. 00 to 16.00, a break from 13.00 to 14.00).

    The appellant, in case of his participation in the consideration of the appeal, is shown the materials of the appeal, after which he loudly and clearly confirms that he has been presented with images of the examination paper he completed (the USE forms he filled out), files with a digital audio recording of his oral answer.

    If a decision is made to satisfy the appeal, the ROCIOISO sends to the responsible person in the municipality a notification of the results of the consideration of the appeal (in the U-33 form) indicating all the changes that were adopted by the OKC based on the results of the consideration of the appeal and made to the protocol of the consideration of the appeal and its annexes for further informing the USE participants who filed an appeal.

    Schedule for processing appeals about disagreement with the points set for the main stage of the USE in 2020

    Exam

    Exam date

    Official day of the announcement of the USE results in the Rostov region (no later than)

    Deadlines for accepting appeals about disagreement with the USE scores in the Rostov region

    Geography, Literature, Informatics and ICT

    03. 07 (Fri)

    17.07 (Fri)

    20.07 (Mon) – 21.07 (Tue)

    Russian language

    06.07 (Mon)

    20.07 (Mon)

    21.07 (Tue) – 22.07 (Wed)

    Russian language

    07.07 (Tue)

    23.07 (Thu)

    24.07 (Fri) and 27.07 (Mon)

    Mathematics (profile level)

    10.07 (Fri)

    24.07 (Fri)

    27.07 (Mon) – 28.07 (Tue)

    History, Physics

    13.07 (Mon)

    27.07 (Mon)

    28.07 (Tue) – 29.07 (Wed)

    Social Science, Chemistry

    16.07 (Thu)

    30.07 (Thu)

    31.07 (Fri) and 03.08 (Mon)

    Biology

    20. 07 (Mon)

    02.08 (Sun)

    03.08 (Mon)– 04.08 (Tue)

    Foreign languages ​​(in writing)

    Foreign languages ​​(oral)

    22.07 (Wed)

    Foreign languages ​​(oral)

    23.07 (Thu)

    Reserve for all academic subjects except Russian and foreign languages ​​

    24.07 (Fri)

    03.08 (Mon)

    04.08 (Mon)– 05.08 (Tue)

    Reserve for all academic subjects

    25.07 (Sat)

    *ROTSOISO website

    https://rcoi61.ru/gia11/konfliktnaya-komissiya-gia-11

    Within the framework of the All-Russian educational project “Lesson of Numbers” , interactive game lessons on the subject of information security have been developed. The materials of these lessons will allow minors to gain knowledge about the basics of security on the Internet. You can take interactive game lessons for free on the website of project lessonfigures.rf . The site also contains methodological recommendations for teachers.

    ATTENTION!!! IMPORTANT INFORMATION!!!

    Dear parents!

    We warn you that you are fully responsible for the life, health and safety of your children during the summer holidays!

    REQUIRED

    — Observe traffic rules:

    Wearing headphones is life threatening (especially at a pedestrian crossing and railway crossing). If there is no traffic light, cross the road at the intersection. You need to cross the street straight, not obliquely. You can only cross the street in the city using pedestrian crossings. They are marked with a special sign “Pedestrian crossing”. You cannot cross the street at a red light, even if there are no cars. You cannot play on the roadway. When using roller skates, skateboards and scooters, remember that the roadway is not intended for their use, ride on the sidewalk, on special areas. Do not allow minors to drive scooters, mopeds, motorcycles, cars. If you bought a bicycle (moped, scooter, motorcycle) for your child, first learn the rules of the road together and learn how to ride in a closed area, get a driver’s license (after 16 years) to drive a moped, scooter, motorcycle and the necessary documents for a motor vehicle.

    When transporting children under 12 years old in cars, be sure to use special child restraints that significantly reduce the risk of injury and the severity of the consequences of road traffic accidents.

    – Fire safety rules, rules for the use of gas and electrical appliances.

    – always remember Rules of conduct on water bodies:

    do not let minor children go to water bodies alone without supervision; do not instruct your older children, especially minors, to look after younger children on the water;

    do not set a negative example by swimming in places where swimming is FORBIDDEN!; Swim in places where it is allowed; memorize with your children the emergency numbers of rescue services where children can call if you are not around; the main task, if they see a drowning person, is not to get confused, but to call adults for help very quickly and loudly, dial the number of the rescue service).

    In the woods:

    A hat and clothing that covers the legs and arms will help protect against tick bites. Use special insect repellents. Avoid contact with wasps, bees, bumblebees and hornets. Their bites are painful and can cause an allergic reaction and even cause psychological trauma to the child. Keep an insect repellent in your first aid kit.)

    — During mass events with crowds of citizens:

    It must be remembered that participation in any mass event is associated with increased danger. To avoid possible troubles, everyone needs to know the basic rules of behavior in crowded places. A person in a crowd is endangered due to the possibility of a stampede; possible manifestation of aggression on the part of the participants of the event (football fans, hooligans, rally participants.) the possibility of clashes with law enforcement officers (when participating in protests).

    — At railway transport facilities:

    DO NOT walk on railway tracks! DO NOT jump from platforms! DO NOT crawl under the platform and rolling stock! DO NOT play near railroad tracks! DO NOT ride on the cabs and roofs of trains! DO NOT put foreign objects in the way (This can lead to disasters!). DO NOT throw stones at a moving train (This results in injury or death of a passenger, who may also be your relative, classmate, friend or loved one!) DO NOT cross railway tracks in unspecified places. DO NOT use headphones near the railway track and do not talk on a cell phone (In this case, you may not hear the signal of the electric train driver!). When the inscription appears on the screen – loading … You need to wait a bit

    – Beware of injury

    When engaging in active sports (skating, rollerblading, cycling), ensure that the child is well protected for vulnerable areas. To do this, you need to use a helmet, knee pads, elbow pads, palm protection. When riding roller skates, make sure that they securely fix the ankle, which the child can dislocate. Try to purchase sports goods from reliable manufacturers, especially for traumatic sports. Teach your child how to properly fall in an emergency or contact an instructor. When using any sports equipment, make sure that it is in good condition and appropriate for the age of the child.

    — It is strictly forbidden to use firearms and bladed weapons. Firearms, edged weapons, ammunition, gunpowder – DANGER FOR EVERYONE!!!

    REMEMBER!!! YOUR CHILD’S HEALTH DEPENDS ON YOUR CONSTANT CONTROL, LOVE AND CARE!!!

    Memo to parents “Safe Summer 2020” read…

    Dear parents! On June 21, 2020, 3 cases of death of children due to drowning were recorded in the Rostov region! Main reasons: leaving children without adult supervision; swimming in dangerous places not intended for this; lack of parental control over the employment of children. In order to prevent accidents, it is necessary: ​​ strictly observe the rules on the water, be able to provide first aid, strengthen the control of children by parents (legal representatives), do not leave children unattended on the water and near water bodies, as well as other traumatic places that threaten the life and health of minors; DO NOT ALLOW CHILDREN TO BE IN PUBLIC AREAS AT NIGHT TIME UNACCEPTED BY PARENTS!!!! Be careful and take care of your children!!!

    LLC “OKK” PERSEY “from 678730, REPUBLIC OF SAKHA /YAKUTIA/, U.

    OIMYAKONSKY, urban settlement Ust-NERA, TSAREGRADSKOGO STR., 12, TEHETAZH 5 | TIN 1420005010, checkpoint 142001001

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    Limited Liability Company “Organization of the communal complex” Perseus “

    Reliability indicators

    Information on registration

    according to the USRIL and EGRIP

    Financial indicators

    Revenues, thousand ₽

    2020 2020 2020
    86.42%

    33,000.00 RUB

    2019

    RUB 243,000.00

    Expenses, thousand ₽

    2020
    86.42%

    33,000.00 RUB

    2019

    243,000.00 ₽

    Pension fund insurance premiums, thousand ₽

    2018
    53.08%

    RUB 1,697,337.72

    2017

    RUB 3,617,628.78

    In 2020, the income of LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY “ORGANIZATION OF THE UTILITY COMPLEX” PERSEY “decreased
    by 86.42% and amounted to 33,000.00 ₽.
    Consumption dropped
    by 86.42% – 33,000.00 ₽.

    For 2020, the organization contributed to the FIU
    0. 00 ₽, which is 0% lower than the previous 2019year.

    Purchaser

    Total amount under contracts with suppliers
    0 ₽

    Information on current tenders and completed purchases LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY “ORGANIZATION COMMUNAL COMPLEX “PERSEY” is not available.
    Total amount under contracts with customers
    5,244,310.89 ₽

    17.01%892,142.53 ₽

    ADMINISTRATION OF THE MUNICIPAL FORMATION “VILLAGE OF UST-NERA” OIMYAKONSKY ULUS (DISTRICT) OF THE REPUBLIC OF SAKHA (YAKUTIA)

    15.89%833 137.33 RUB

    MUNICIPAL BUDGET GENERAL EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION “UST-NERSKAYA GYMNASIUM”

    14.88%780 573.39 ₽

    MUNICIPAL BUDGET GENERAL EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION “UST-NERSK SECONDARY EDUCATIONAL SCHOOL NAMED AFTER I.V. KHOMENKO”

    11.67%611,974.83 ₽

    MUNICIPAL BUDGET EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION OF ADDITIONAL EDUCATION FOR CHILDREN “UST-NERSK CHILDREN’S YOUTH SPORTS SCHOOL “CHYSKHAN”

    11.02%577,949.58 RUB

    Municipal budgetary preschool educational institution “Ust-Nerki kindergarten of a general developmental type with priority implementation of the physical development of children No. 36″ Birch “municipality” Oymyakonsky ulus (district) “

    29.53%1 548 533.23 ₽

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    The company sold goods

    Waste water disposal services

    5087.8

    Services for the collection of other non-hazardous waste unsuitable for re-use

    1

    Provision of water disposal of the Ust-Nero district of the Oymyakonsky district

    1

    Performance for the repair of sewage stations

    1

    LIMITED LIABILITY “ORGANIZATION OF THE PUBLIC COMPLEX “PERSEY”
    participated in 43 purchases and won 43 of them. Most of all, the Administration of the Municipality “Ust-Nera Settlement” took part in the customer’s tenders.
    OOO “OKK” PERSEY “provided
    4 goods and services
    18 customers
    for the total amount under contracts 5,244,310.89₽. The most popular purchase item – Waste water disposal services – was sold in the amount of 5087.8.

    10 phone numbers and 7 e-mail addresses were found at OCC PERSEY LLC. 100%

    Branches and representative offices

    There is no information about branches and representative offices of OCC PERSEY LLC.

    LLC OKK PERSEY has 1 founder.
    LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY “ORGANIZATION OF COMMUNAL COMPLEX “PERSEY” has 28 connections with organizations.

    We found 11 related companies based on director Zhalnin Denis Anatolievich. Among them, 3 have the status of “Bankruptcy”, 7 – “Liquidated”, 1 – “Active”. They are registered in different regions: Sakhalin Region (1 company), Trans-Baikal Territory (1 company), Jewish Autonomous Region (1 company), Khabarovsk Territory (4 companies), Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) (3 companies), Amur Region (1 company ).

    According to the founder, it is associated with 2 companies, the status is “Active”. The region of registration of companies is the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia).

    15 related companies are registered at the legal address “678730, REPUBLIC OF SAKHA /YAKUTIA/, U. OIMYAKONSKY, Ust-NERA, TSAREGRADSKOGO STREET, D. 12, TEHETAZH 5″. Among them, 10 have the status of “Active”, 5 – “Liquidated”.

    Subsidiaries are not fixed.

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    LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY “ORGANIZATION OF COMMUNAL COMPLEX” PERSEY”
    Organization status: Liquidated.
    Head: Zhalnin Denis Anatolyevich.

    The average headcount of the company for 2020: 0, which is -1 less than for the previous 2019. Financial indicators for 2019: income – 243,000, expenses – 243,000,
    Date of registration: 05/30/2013
    TIN 1420005010,
    Checkpoint 142001001,
    OGRN 1131426000100,
    OKPO 86178121. Legal form: Limited Liability Company (12300). Form of ownership: Municipal property (14). Territorial affiliation: Ust-Nera (98239551000), Ust-Nera settlement (9863

    51). Classifier of public authorities and administration: Organizations established by legal entities or citizens, or legal entities and citizens jointly (4210014).

    Victories in construction purchases – 43, procurement participant – 0 (for the last 3 years) The main counterparty is the ADMINISTRATION OF THE MUNICIPAL FORMATION “VILLAGE UST-NERA” OIMYAKONSKY ULUS (DISTRICT) OF THE REPUBLIC OF SAKHA (YAKUTIA), main goods and services: Services for wastewater disposal ; Services for the collection of other non-hazardous waste, unsuitable for reuse; Provision of water disposal services in the village of Ust-Nera, Oymyakonsky district

    The data is current as of 08/11/2022.
    Contact details LLC “OKK” PERSEY ”

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    Municipal budgetary educational institution Yasinovskaya secondary school named after the 30th guards Irkutsk-Pinsk division
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Carrollton daycare: THE Top 10 Daycares in Carrollton, GA | Affordable Prices

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Primrose School of West Carrollton Home | Daycare and Preschool in Carrollton, TX

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4028 Nazarene Drive
Carrollton,
TX
75010

(972) 939-4475

Hours
M-F 6:30am-6:00pm

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4028 Nazarene Drive
Carrollton,
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M-F 6:30am-6:00pm

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Carrollton
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TX
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(972) 939-4475

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M-F 6:30am-6:00pm

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Introduction

Welcome to
Primrose Schools®

Our teachers and caregivers are trained, ready and excited to help spark lightbulb moments for your child. We invite you to visit and see our Balanced Learning approach in action

Age Groups Served

  • Infant
  • Toddler
  • Early Preschool
  • Preschool
  • Pre-Kindergarten
  • After School
  • Summer Adventure Club

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<p>My name is Sunita and I am the proud owner of the Primrose School of West Carrollton. I am on site full time and I enjoy watching the children flourish and grow. It is our mission to partner with you on your child&#39;s educational and child care needs. We pride ourselves on our warm, friendly, loving and safe environment. We have very high academic standards for our private preschool with curriculum starting at infancy where we begin teaching sign language! Our school offers programs for children from ages 6 weeks to 6 years old (private kindergarten) as well as after school care. Training for our teachers is continual and includes classroom management, curriculum, first aid/CPR, and crisis management so we are able to provide the best environment possible. Thank you for your interest in our school. We welcome the opportunity to share our Balanced Learning Philosophy with you. Contact us on 972-939-4475 to set up a tour!</p>

Franchise Owners

Micky and Sunita Mirchandani

FRANCHISE OWNERS

My name is Sunita and I am the proud owner of the Primrose School of West Carrollton. I am on site full time and I enjoy watching the children flourish and grow. It is our mission to partner with you on your child’s educational and child care needs. We pride ourselves on our warm, friendly, loving and safe environment. We have very high academic standards for our private preschool with curriculum starting at infancy where we begin teaching sign language! Our school offers programs for children from ages 6 weeks to 6 years old (private kindergarten) as well as after school care. Training for our teachers is continual and includes classroom management, curriculum, first aid/CPR, and crisis management so we are able to provide the best environment possible. Thank you for your interest in our school. We welcome the opportunity to share our Balanced Learning Philosophy with you. Contact us on 972-939-4475 to set up a tour!

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  • More Than a Daycare

    Our Balanced Learning approach to child care makes us different than an ordinary Carrollton daycare. Right down the road from Oakwood Springs Park and the Coyote Ridge Golf Club, we are conveniently located on Nazarene Drive.

  • Programs for Any Age

    Infant, Toddler, Early preschool, Preschool, Pre-kindergarten, After school, Summer adventure club

  • We bus to the following elementary schools:

    Hebron Valley Elementary School, Castle Hills Elementary School, Coyote Ridge Elementary School, E.L. Kent Elementary School, Indian Creek Elementary School and Polser Elementary School

  • Excited about reading.

    …already!!!

    Our babies love a good book (and story time)!

  • How We Foster a Sense of Belongingness

    Children who feel valued and included are better equipped to show kindness and compassion to others, including those who are different from themselves.

  • Private Pre-Kindergarten in FULL SWING!

    We’re learning about scientific methods at Primrose West Carrollton!. ..

  • Welcome to Og’s Book Corner

    Each month we feature a classroom book that helps children feel a sense of belongingness. This month we sat down with Markette Sheppard to discuss her book “What Is Light?” and the message she wants to send to children.

  • Location, Location, Location!!!

    Did you know we are located directly off State Highway 121 AND I35??? Very convenient for your daily commute!!! Located near the Indian Creek, Coyote Ridge, Castle Hills neighborhoods. And just a hop, skip, and a jump from The Colony! Come by for a visit!

  • An Introduction to ASQ®

    To better meet the individual needs of every child, we’re proud to implement Ages & Stages Questionnaires® (ASQ®-3 and ASQ®:SE-2) in Primrose schools across the country.

  • Grounded in research, fueled by fun

    Our new exclusive Harmony & Heart® program integrates our proprietary music and books in a variety of thoughtful ways each day. Through learning about music, while simultaneously being exposed to concepts in math, language, and character development, your child will grow as a musician, a student, and a person.

  • Health & Safety First

    Each Primrose school is held to high standards of safety and cleanliness while maintaining a caring and nurturing environment where children can thrive.

  • AdvancED National Accreditation

    Primrose School of West Carrollton is proud to announce we passed our AdvancED Accreditation with flying colors!!

  • What Are “QI Skills,” and Why Does My Child Need Them?

    There’s no question that parents want their preschoolers to grasp the basics of colors, numbers and letters to foster a lifetime of learning.

  • How We Teach Math at Primrose

    It might seem odd to think about your preschooler exploring data analysis and algebra.

  • Why Balanced Learning® Works

    It’s a fact: children learn better when they are engaged. That’s why purposeful play and nurturing guidance from teachers are key components of Balanced Learning. See how this time-tested approach with a strong emphasis on life skills and character development can help your child develop and excel.

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Dogs Rule Resort is an all-inclusive Doggie Daycare, Boarding and Grooming facility located in Carrollton, TX. Our mission is to give dogs happy experiences in a safe, clean environment, full of play and love while providing owners convenience and peace of mind through superior service, exceptional care and products of the highest quality. At Dogs Rule Resort we are committed to providing your dog safe and comfortable accommodations while they are away from home. You can even check on your little angel via our webcam services! Be sure to visit us on Facebook for the latest pictures and specials.

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2501 Pecan Street
Carrollton, TX 75010
(972) 306-DOGS (3647)
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Saturday: 8:30 a.m – 3:30 p.m.
Sunday: 8:30 a.m – 1:30 p.m.

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5701 Park Vista Circle
Keller, TX 76244
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Rover offers doggy daycare services for pet owners throughout the local area. Its network includes thousands of pet sitters that are available to care for dogs while their owners work or travel. The service connects sitters with clients online or through its app. Customers can meet with sitters prior to booking, and services are available for a range of dogs, including high-energy puppies and dogs with special needs.

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Carrollton, TX 75006

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Barney’s Ranch has an excellent reputation for providing Carrollton-area pet owners with quality services that meet a range of needs. The well-maintained luxury pet resort and spa feature spacious suites that ensure the highest level of guest comfort for pets while away from home. First-class dog daycare, cage-free boarding, and comprehensive spa options are some of the premium quality services available at Barney’s Ranch. Pet guests enjoy a spacious outdoor yard with plenty of space to run, play, and socialize with similar temperament dogs. Discerning clients with the most exacting standards can rest assured knowing that their furry companions are in a safe, clean, and comfortable environment.

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Dogs Rule Resort maintains a first-class pet daycare, boarding, and grooming facility in the Carrollton area. The superior pet care service providers specialize in providing a safe, clean, and comfortable environment in which pet guests can play, exercise, and socialize. The well-maintained facility features a spacious outdoor playground and a climate-controlled indoor facility complete with comfy beds and TVs for guest enjoyment. Discerning pet owners can rest assured knowing that their companions receive the love, affection, and attention they need and deserve. Dogs Rule Resort employs a staff of experienced, animal-loving professionals dedicated to ensuring pet guests have an enjoyable, comfortable stay.

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Addison, TX 75001

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Tina Austin is the owner of Poochville in Addison, a dog daycare business in a boutique environment that includes every modern care facility. The business serves dog owners in Addison and the surrounding areas with dog grooming, boarding, and daycare and offers them a chance to relax and enjoy a conversation and complimentary soda, water, or glass of wine. The business’s rates are low and all-inclusive, with no extra fees for outdoor play, human interaction, and potty breaks. The grooming service covers flea and tick shampoo, de-matting, heavy undercoat brush out, toothbrushing, and blueberry facials. Reviews speak of Tina truly loving the dogs as if they are her own, and a nice, clean backyard with small pools and toys for the dogs’ playtime.

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Social Pack Dogs specializes in providing a range of top-notch pet care services that meet the many needs of clients in the Carrollton area including daycare, boarding, training, and basic bathing. The well-maintained facility has an excellent reputation for providing pet guests with the structure and balance they need to be happy. Social Pack Dogs features a team of experienced, dog-loving professionals dedicated to catering to individual pet personalities. Discerning pet owners with the most exacting standards enjoy peace of mind knowing that the team has nearly a decade of experience in the dog daycare and boarding industry. Pet guests enjoy plenty of quality play and social interaction along with reasonable time for relaxation and downtime during their stay.

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Top Paw Resort provides pet owners and their furry companions with top-notch boarding, play care, and spa services that consistently exceed expectations. The well-maintained boutique pet hotel for dogs offers all-inclusive amenities that make pets feel at home. The first-class facility features more than 20,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor areas in which similar temperament pets can play, exercise, and socialize. The trusted family-owned and operated canine resort has an excellent reputation for maintaining a loving environment while adhering to the highest standards of safety and sanitation. Discerning pet owners enjoy peace of mind knowing that their companions are in caring, capable hands while away from home.

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A: Walt Disney World’s Best Friends Pet Care provides doggy daycare to guests while they enjoy the park. It features 17,000 square feet of indoor space and 10,000 square feet of outdoor play areas and dog runs. There’s also a 25,000 square-foot dog park. The daycare employs 75 pet care providers.

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CARROLLTON, TEXAS
(Texas State Childcare Regulations)

DRC ENHANCED MEMBER LISTINGS

      
Precious Hearts Day Care
      

2213 E Peters Colony Rd Carrollton, TX 75007

Owner/Director:
Mary Brulet

Phone:

(972) 306-6838
Age Groups:
18 Months – 5 Years

License Number:
820607

Type of Center:

Large Family Home Daycare
Hours Of Operation:
7:00 AM – 5:30 PM


DRC Member Since:
06/05/2003       
 

Email Address:

preciousheartscc@verizon. net

      
Kiddie Shack Daycare
      

2119 Placid Dr Carrollton, TX 75007

Owner/Provider:
Sabrina Helton

Phone:

469-831-5142
Age Groups:
Birth to 6 years

License Number:
1113826
Type of Center:

Home Daycare
Hours:
7am-5:30pm


Member Since:
03/05/2007
          
Email Address:

[email protected]

www.kiddieshackdaycare.com      

DRC BASIC MEMBER LISTINGS

      
Virginia Banks Group Home Day Care
      

2114 Placid Dr Carrollton, TX 75007

Owner/Director:
Virginia Banks

Phone:
(972) 242-1341
Age Groups:
6 Weeks – 4 Years

License Number: 540448

Type of Center:
Group Home Day Care

Hours Of Operation:
7:00 AM – 6:00 PM


Email Address:

virginiasdaycare75007@yahoo. com

      
Rossel’s Kids Club      

1807 Post Oak Ln
Carrollton, TX 75007

Owner:
Rossel De-Ramirez

Phone:
(972) 939-9290
Age Groups:
0 – 3 Years

License Number: 555027
Type of Center:
Home Daycare
Hours Of Operation:
7:30 AM – 5:30 PM


Email Address:

[email protected]

      
Crosby Kids Day School
      

2214 E Crosby Rd Carrollton, TX 75006

Owner/Provider:
BJ Cadwalader

Phone:

(972) 416-7394
Age Groups:
1 – 5 Years

License Number:
408978

Type of Center:

Home Daycare
Hours Of Operation:
7:00 AM – 5:30 PM


DRC Member Since:
06/06/2003   
        

Email Address:

CrosbyKids6@aol. com

      
Little ones In Home Daycare      

3941 Luke Ln.,
Carrollton, TX 75007

Owner:
Nikki King

Phone:

214-796-4637

Age Groups:
0-5

License Number:
310305
Type of Center:

Home Daycare

Hours:
7:00 – 5:30


Member Since:

11/14/2012
     
         
Email:

[email protected]

NON MEMBER LISTINGS

Cassandra Jones (972) 394-9040
2007 Rose Hill Rd, Carrollton, TX 75007
Non Member


Childrens World Learning Center (972) 862-6700
4241 Marsh Ln, Carrollton, TX 75007
Non Member


Children’s World Learning Ctr (972) 242-1464
2515 N Josey Ln, Carrollton, TX 75006
Non Member


Children’s World Learning Centers (972) 242-9552
1200 E Jackson Rd, Carrollton, TX 75006
Non Member


Children’s World Learning Centers (972) 492-9477
3110 Standridge Dr, Carrollton, TX 75007
Non Member


Children’s World Learning Centers (972) 416-0066
2804 Keller Springs Rd, Carrollton, TX 75006
Non Member


Childtime Children’s Ctr (972) 242-0233
1028 Mac Arthur Dr, Carrollton, TX 75007
Non Member


Educ. 2000 Learning Center (972) 323-5010
1400 E Belt Line Rd, Carrollton, TX 75006
Non Member


Elite. Alternatives (972) 242-4451
1101 S Broadway St, Carrollton, TX 75006
Non Member


From Acorns To Oaks Academy (972) 418-9441
2202 Heads Ln, Carrollton, TX 75006
Non Member


Happy Tree Child Development Center The (972) 733-1652
2650 Midway Rd # 129, Carrollton, TX 75006
Non Member


Josey Lane Day School (972) 245-3577
1855 N Josey Ln, Carrollton, TX 75006
Non Member


Kiddie Kollege Child Care Cntr (972) 245-7331
1501 E Crosby Rd, Carrollton, TX 75006
Non Member


Kids Play (972) 394-2977
1060 W Frankford Rd # 216, Carrollton, TX 75007
Non Member


Kids Quarters The (972) 245-5437
1444 Halsey Way, Carrollton, TX 75007
Non Member


KINDERCARE LEARNING CENTERS (972) 323-1300
1300 E. FRANKFORD RD, Carrollton, TX 75007
Non Member


KINDERCARE LEARNING CENTERS (972) 492-8558
4052 HUFFINES BLVD, Carrollton, TX 75010
Non Member


KINDERCARE LEARNING CENTERS (972) 418-7916
2210 KELLY BLVD., Carrollton, TX 75006
Non Member


Montessori -A Child’s Garden (972) 446-2663
1935 Old Denton Rd, Carrollton, TX 75006
Non Member


Next Generation Child Development Centers (972) 353-3702
651 E Corporation Dr, Carrollton, TX 75006
Non Member


Next Generation Child Development Centers (972) 416-4799
1920 Walnut Plz, Carrollton, TX 75006
Non Member


Next Generation (972) 416-7380
1920 Walnut Plz, Carrollton, TX 75006
Non Member


Oakmont Christian Academy (972) 245-6193
2515 N Josey Ln, Carrollton, TX 75006
Non Member


Parker -Chase Kid’s Club (972) 416-8486
2206 Heads Ln, Carrollton, TX 75006
Non Member


Peanut Gallery The (972) 394-0613
1855 E Branch Hollow Dr, Carrollton, TX 75007
Non Member


Susan Vinsonhaler 972-416-9175
2724 Renwick Drive, Carrollton, TX 75007
Non Member


Tutor Time Child Care Learning (972) 394-2911
3065 N Josey Ln Ste 24, Carrollton, TX 75007
Non Member

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Carrollton, TX (Childcare & Programs)

There are 75 Daycares in Carrollton, Texas, serving a population of 131,240 people in an area of 37 square miles. There is 1 Daycare per 1,749 people, and 1 Daycare per square mile.

In Texas, Carrollton is ranked 611st of 2209 cities in Daycares per capita, and 148th of 2209 cities in Daycares per square mile.

List of Carrollton Daycares

Find Carrollton, Texas daycares and preschools.

1st International Academy

1609 West Hebron Parkway

Carrollton,
TX

A Child’s Garden Montessori School

1935 Old Denton Road

Carrollton,
TX

After The Bell Academy At Goode Elementary

1012 Study Lane

Carrollton,
TX

After The Bell Academy Blanton Elementary

2525 Scott Mill Road

Carrollton,
TX

After The Bell Academy Carrollton Elementary

1805 Pearl Street

Carrollton,
TX

After The Bell Academy Central Elementary

1600 South Perry Road

Carrollton,
TX

After The Bell Good Summer Program

1012 Study Lane

Carrollton,
TX

After The Bell Rainwater Summer Program

1408 Frankford Road East

Carrollton,
TX

After The Bell Turner High School Summer Program

1600 South Josey Lane

Carrollton,
TX

Baileys Academy

3110 Standridge Drive

Carrollton,
TX

Blanton Elementary After The Bell Academy

2525 Scott Mill Road

Carrollton,
TX

Bright Star Kid Center

2515 North Josey Lane

Carrollton,
TX

Cadence Academy, Branch Hollow

1855 East Branch Hollow Drive

Carrollton,
TX

Cadence Academy, Rosemeade

2151 East Rosemeade Parkway

Carrollton,
TX

Camden Hill Montessori

2020 East Hebron Parkway

Carrollton,
TX

Carrollton Elementary After The Bell Academy

1805 Pearl Street

Carrollton,
TX

Carrollton Farmers Branch Isd Employee Daycare Academy

2325 Heads Lane

Carrollton,
TX

Carrollton Montessori

1410 Mac Arthur Drive

Carrollton,
TX

Castle Hills Montessori

1416 West Hebron Parkway

Carrollton,
TX

Childcare Network #264

2029 West Hebron Parkway

Carrollton,
TX

Childrens Lighthouse

2029 West Hebron Parkway

Carrollton,
TX

Childtime At Macarthur

1028 Mac Arthur Drive

Carrollton,
TX

Covenant Church Mothers Day Out/Preschool

2660 East Trinity Mills Road

Carrollton,
TX

Covenant Presbyterian Weekday School

1700 South Josey Lane

Carrollton,
TX

Darlings Learning Center

2459 East Hebron Parkway

Carrollton,
TX

Easter Seals North Texas Child Development Center

4443 North Josey Lane

Carrollton,
TX

Enchanted Courtyard Childcare Development Center Inc.

1400 East Belt Line Road

Carrollton,
TX

First Baptist Weekday Preschool

2400 North Josey Lane

Carrollton,
TX

First Place Preschool

2201 East Hebron Parkway

Carrollton,
TX

First United Methodist Church Child Care

2201 East Hebron Parkway

Carrollton,
TX

Freedom Life Church Mothers Day Out

2435 East Hebron Parkway

Carrollton,
TX

Glen Hollow Day School

1921 East Hebron Parkway

Carrollton,
TX

Grace Christian Preschool Of Carrollton

2550 Kelly Boulevard

Carrollton,
TX

Happy Days Preschool

2804 Keller Springs Road

Carrollton,
TX

Happy Flower Day Care

3030 North Josey Lane

Carrollton,
TX

Hebron Montessori School

1938 East Hebron Parkway

Carrollton,
TX

Holy Covenant Early Childhood Development Program

1901 East Peters Colony Road

Carrollton,
TX

Hope Christian Childcare And Academy

1835 Walnut Avenue

Carrollton,
TX

Kiddie Kollege

1501 East Crosby Road

Carrollton,
TX

Kids Day Out Christian Early Learning Center

1615 West Belt Line Road

Carrollton,
TX

Kids Play Two

1060 West Frankford Road

Carrollton,
TX

Kids R Kids #58

4516 Maumee Drive

Carrollton,
TX

Kindercare At Kelly Blvd

2210 Kelly Boulevard

Carrollton,
TX

Kindercare Learning Center

4052 Huffines Boulevard

Carrollton,
TX

Kindercare Learning Center

4241 Marsh Lane

Carrollton,
TX

Kindercare Learning Center 1434

1300 Frankford Road East

Carrollton,
TX

King Arthur Montessori Academy

4537 North Josey Lane

Carrollton,
TX

La Petite Academy

1835 Frankford Road East

Carrollton,
TX

Lisd Preschool Pups

4108 Creek Valley Boulevard

Carrollton,
TX

Lisd Summer Day Camp At Coyote Ridge

4520 Maumee Drive

Carrollton,
TX

Daycares near Carrollton

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  • Farmers Branch
  • Coppell
  • Lewisville
  • The Colony
  • Plano
  • Irving
  • Grapevine
  • Richardson
  • Hickory Creek
  • Highland Village
  • Lake Dallas
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  • Flower Mound
  • Little Elm
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Color Us Kids Daycare in Carrollton

Welcoming Carroll County Families to Color Us Kids

Welcome to Color Us Kids Learning Center at Carrollton.  We’re located near the Carroll County Schools on Bankhead Highway in Carrollton, Georgia. We invite you to call or email with any questions that you may have because it is so important for you to feel confident about where your child spends their day!

770-830-0303

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Daycare Highlights

1. Curriculum

Watch Your Child Thrive!

Our proprietary curriculum provides children with the necessary skills to succeed in education for life. We utilize The Creative Curriculum® in all classrooms. The Creative Curriculum® is the nations’ leading scientifically-based curriculum for children and is approved by the Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning. 

2. Our Menu

Healthy Food & Nutrition Options

Our goal is to teach about the basics of nutrition and health by providing a nutritious menu that offers your child a portion from each food group, from breakfast to lunch, with nutritious snacks in between.

3. Transportation

Before & After School Care in Carroll County

We provide transportation to and from:

  • Carrollton Elementary
  • Carrollton Middle
  • Central Elementary
  • Sharp Creek Elementary
  • Sand Hill Elementary

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the safety measures in place at Color Us Kids Carrollton?

At Color Us Kids Learning Center in Carrollton, we strive to provide a safe and secure learning environment for your family, using a keypad door entry as well as an identification system to check your children in and out. We also have closed-circuit cameras recording at all times that enable us to observe all of our classes.

What precautions are being taken at Color Us Kids in Carrollton to prevent COVID-19 exposure?

Everyone’s health and safety in our school is our main concern, and we take every measure possible to prevent exposure and spread of COVID-19 within our center. We partner with local health departments and rigorously follow the practices established by The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC): CDC Childcare and K-12 Guidance. We utilize the following COVID-19 procedures, and we encourage your family to do the same.

  • Safe pick-up and drop-off plans are being followed, with only children and staff authorized to enter classrooms. Teachers will pick the children up from their cars in the morning and walk the children back to their vehicles at the end of the day.
  • We frequently sanitize our schools, and we have also installed air purifiers in the center, effectively killing 99.9% of airborne germs.
  • Teachers will wash their hands and wash the children’s hands during the day.
  • Staff will be required to stay home – and children must stay home – if COVID-19 symptoms are present.
  • All staff members will wear masks and gloves the whole day.
  • We will perform temperature checks for each student and teacher before entering the school. Temperatures of 100 degrees or higher will not be permitted in the center.
  • Meals will be served in the classroom rather than in a congregate/ communal environment.
  • If a staff member or child has a positive test result for COVID-19, they will be required to stay home for 14-days and receive a negative test result before returning.
How do I get more information about your Carrollton childcare programs?

We provide care for children in Carrollton aged six weeks up to 12 years old. Visit our programs page to learn more about our childcare programs in Carrollton.

  • Infant Care
  • Toddler Care
  • Preschool / Georgia Pre-K 
  • School-Age Before and After School Care
  • Summer Camp 

Give us a call today to learn more. Our director and team are always glad to give more information and answer all of your questions. We welcome you to schedule a visit to our school today!

What are the educational goals of Color Us Kids in Carroll County?

This is an essential question to ask during your search for the right childcare solution. We believe we must provide situations and activities that nurture each child’s development, capture childhood playfulness, and establish a basis for learning success. We agree to:

  • Nurture and care for each child’s individual needs
  • Deliver an innovative, research-based educational program
  • Encourage children to be confident problem solvers and experimenters
  • Create comfortable, joyful environments for children
  • Utilize curriculum based on science and the latest research
  • Support every teacher in advancing their careers
  • Build an inclusive and respectful community
  • Develop creativity and curiosity through building, exploration, and guided play
What is your procedure if a student or staff member receives a positive COVID-19 test result?

If any child or staff member takes a positive test for COVID-19, they will be required to stay home for 14-days and obtain a negative test before returning. We will not close the school or cancel classes when someone receives a positive test result; instead, we will have the whole school and all classrooms completely disinfected and sanitized.

How do I find the Carrollton daycare center?

Our address is 1479 Bankhead Highway, Carrollton, GA 30116. Click here for directions to our Carrollton Daycare Center.

Why Choose Us?

Welcome to Color Us Kids Learning Center at Carrollton. We provide daycare in Carrolton combined with an educational environment for students aged 6 weeks to 12 years. We aim to raise the bar for early learning through our proprietary curriculum, challenging our students while encouraging them to express themselves creatively. In addition to infant care, preschool, and Georgia Pre-K, we also offer school-aged children programs, including before and after school care and Summer Camp.

Choosing the right preschool or daycare can be one of the most important decisions you make as a parent. At Color Us Kids, we hope we can make choosing the right daycare a little more comfortable.

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Director of Color Us Kids at Carrollton

“My name is Brandie Dimattia, and I am a mom of 4 kids aging from 4 – 17 years old. I began my teaching career at Color Us Kids in 2004. Working with children has always been my passion, and this job has allowed me to learn and grow so much in the last 15+ years. I love every single part of my job and I take pride in helping all of our children learn and grow.

What makes our center special? Our excellent teachers genuinely love and care for every child and have fun while doing it. Our priority is to ensure every child feels safe and loved in our home-like environment. Parents can feel confident throughout the day knowing that their children are safe in our center. Call me today to schedule a tour. I look forward to meeting your family soon!”

– Brandie Dimattia

Experience Exceptional Child Care

Contact Our Carrollton Location

We welcome you to schedule a visit, and we can’t wait to show you around our school! Feel free to schedule a tour with our director at a convenient time for your family. Just call us at 770-830-0303 or request a visit time in the contact form below. We look forward to joining you in the growth and education of your children!

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1479 Bankhead Highway Carrollton, GA 30116

10 private kindergartens in Moscow with a non-standard approach

Public kindergartens have one advantage – the price.

Polina Kalmykova

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How much you have to pay depends on the region, but usually around 3000-4000 R per month. In all other respects, private kindergartens win: teachers try to create a free and at the same time developing atmosphere, monitor the health and nutrition of children, and in the classroom they teach not only to read and count, but also to understand their emotions, speak several languages ​​and take care of the environment the world.

This article contains Moscow kindergartens with the most interesting programs.

Magic Castle

Briefly: learn foreign languages ​​and get to know foreign culture
At what age will a child be taken: from 1 year
Location: Likhov lane, 3, bldg. Chernyshevsky lane, 4, building 1; Picturesque, 3, building 1; 1st Khvostov lane, 11, building 1
How much: 100,000—195,000 R per month
Details: on website

Source: vk.com

In Magic Castle, staff communicate with each other and with children mainly in English, and the curriculum allows graduates to enter the first grade of a British school.

In addition to English, children can learn German, Chinese, Italian, French or Spanish. Pupils who study only the basic program still get acquainted with the culture of different peoples: they cook national dishes and try on costumes, learn about the symbols and traditions of the peoples of the world.

During the day, children learn to read and count in two languages, go in for sports, learn about how the world works, in science classes, draw, sculpt, make applications and crafts from unusual materials: sand, eggshells, pebbles and even CDs.

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Magic Castle also has a “Talent Academy”: in addition to classical painting, singing and choreography classes, the kindergarten also offers unusual courses – a culinary school, a carpentry workshop and Lego robotics classes.

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Briefly: Teaching three languages ​​at once
from what age they will take a child: from 1 year old, from 1 year 6 months – one
where it is: Bolshaya Afanasyevsky Lane, 41
How much it costs: 188,000-402,000 R per trimester + entrance fee 100,000 R
Details: on the

website Source: vk. com

The kindergarten operates simultaneously in three languages ​​and in three educational programs: Russian, English and French . Native speakers are responsible for learning languages. They do not translate their speech into Russian, but actively accompany it with gestures, facial expressions and visual materials: toys, pictures and videos. Even if the child first encountered a new language, he will still be able to understand what the teacher means and get used to new words and grammatical structures.

During the day, the kindergarten does not overload children with “lessons”: most of the classes are held in the format of games so that children learn new things without noticing. In addition to languages, kids are engaged in physical education and creativity, and in the evening they can attend a theater or culinary studio, ballet, art and design, classes in game architecture or street quests.

You can go to the kindergarten according to a convenient schedule: for example, bring your child only for half a day or only for clubs, language courses or a conversation club in English or French. For children from one year old, there is a special group where they go with their parents: kids learn foreign languages ​​at the same time as their native language and get used to them faster.

Montessori Family

Briefly: Maria Montessori kindergarten
At what age will a child be taken: from 9 months – with parents, from 1 year and 4 months – one
Where is Bamannaya, , page 2; Yakovoapostolsky pereulok, 11/13, bld. rule: give the child opportunities for development, and not impose learning from above. To do this, children need a special environment: bright classrooms with many objects that are at the level of the child’s eyes and “invite” him to interact. It can be both educational materials and ordinary household items.

Even in such a kindergarten, trained teachers should work, who will be able to understand what exactly the child needs at a particular moment, and offer him suitable materials, but interfere with the game as little as possible.

Montessori Family kindergarten teaches English and music, including the method of improvisation by Carl Orff, gymnastics based on the soft styles of martial arts. Groups in the garden are of different ages: the younger children learn from the older ones, and the older ones get used to helping and sharing their experience. LavkaLavka is responsible for food in the kindergarten: all food for children is prepared from seasonal farm products.

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The cost of visiting depends on the time the child spends in the kindergarten. Half-day classes cost 65,000 R per month, from 08:00 to 17:00 – 75,000 R per month, and from 08:00 to 20:00 – 85,000 R. You can also go to the kindergarten on Saturdays for yoga classes, music and creativity: three hours will cost 4,500 R per visit, or 24,000 R if you pay for a month at once.

Treehouse

Brief: upbringing according to the Reggio method
At what age will a child be taken: from 3 years old
Where is it: Bolshaya Yakimanka, 50
How much it costs: 70 000 R per month + entrance fee 90 000 on the site

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Reggio is an Italian pedagogical technique, somewhat similar to the Montessori method. At the center of her attention is respect for the personality of the child: adults do not insist on certain activities, but offer children options so that everyone can find something to their liking.

The space of the kindergarten is divided into several zones, between which children move freely: swing in hammocks, look out the windows, sit on wide window sills, play with water in the sink, look at plants through a microscope or find a corner where they can play alone.

There are also collective classes in the kindergarten: exercise therapy with elements of aerial yoga, English and mathematics lessons, a carpentry workshop and a theater studio. Throughout the day, teachers teach children to be aware and articulate their emotions, communicate without violating each other’s personal boundaries, and resolve conflicts for the benefit of all parties.

If desired, parents can attend classes: the kindergarten has a special round table for them, at which it is convenient to drink tea or work while the child adapts to the new situation.

Magic World

Briefly: Try yourself in different types of art
From what age they will take the child: from 14 months
Where it is located: Michurinsky Prospekt, 6, K. 3
How much it costs: 60 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 R per month
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Magic World Kindergarten follows the educational methodology of the Hungarian pediatrician Emmy Pickler. This system puts respect for the child in the first place and requires maximum freedom for him – educators allow children to choose activities and only pick up their initiative.

At the same time, children in Magic World are divided into age groups. Toddlers get acquainted with musical instruments and learn to communicate with each other, children from 2. 5 to 4 years old begin cognitive activities, and from 4 years old they can join an English group and study at once in two school preparation programs: Russian and international, which was developed by at Harvard.

In addition to the classic preschool “lessons” – reading, counting, studying the world around us – the program includes the theory of inventive problem solving, yoga and arts and crafts. In 2020, an art laboratory for the synthesis of arts appeared in the kindergarten: children try themselves in different areas of creativity and can decide which occupation they feel more inclined to.

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Grain path

Briefly: Waldorf school and kindergarten
From what age they will take the child: 3.5 years
Where is it: Miklukho-Maclay, 20a
How much: 25 800-35 500 500 R per month + entrance fee 40,000 R
Details: on the website

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The Way of the Grain is a whole educational complex with a school, a kindergarten and additional classes in needlework, folklore and several types of gymnastics. All this is connected by the concept of Waldorf pedagogy: teachers strive to grow an independent and harmoniously developed adult out of a child, who has balanced physical health, emotional sphere and spirituality.

Kindergarten is the first stage of such education. Teachers are trying to support the natural desire of children to repeat after others: all pupils study together, regardless of age, in the same way that children were raised in large families before. Gardeners – as educators are called here – involve children in useful deeds. For example, during the day there is a time when adults do housework – if desired, children can join them.

There are also special developmental activities: children learn watercolor painting, wax modeling, baking cookies and doing eurythmy exercises. Once a week, a city walk replaces a full-fledged group trip to the forest: children learn about the life of nature not from books and stories of adults, but observe everything with their own eyes.

Entering kindergarten is not easy: the whole family has to pass an interview. During the meeting, teachers will talk about the principles of the kindergarten, and parents about their expectations and family life.

Classic boarding house of Moscow State University. Lomonosov

Briefly: to reveal the intellectual potential from the cradle
At what age will a child be taken: from 6 months – with parents, from 2 years old – one
Location: Lobachevsky, 118, room 3; Bolshaya Ochakovskaya, 25a; Potapovskaya Grove, 2, building 5
How much: 23,000-90,000 R per month, depending on the program and branch
Details: on the website

Source: pansionmsu.ru Lomonosov takes care of the development of the child from early childhood until graduation from school. Babies are engaged together with their parents according to the early development program, and from the age of two, a child can fully attend kindergarten from morning to evening and even stay overnight if necessary.

The lesson program is arranged according to the principle “from general to particular”: this helps to form a holistic view of the world in the child and teach how to structure information. For example, the geographical block begins with general ideas about what the Universe, the galaxy and the Milky Way are, and gradually the children move on to getting to know different climatic zones of the Earth and their hometown.

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Children learn something new not only during the time specially allocated for “lessons”, but simply during the day: educators integrate information into games, excursions, physical education and drawing. So that such an intensive schedule does not affect the health of children, in addition to teachers, psychologists, doctors and speech therapists look after the pupils.

Luchik

Briefly: early career guidance and individual educational program
At what age will a child be taken: from 1 year old — with parents, from 2 years old — single
Location: Ostozhenka, 7; Alabyana, 12
How much it costs: 35,000-90,000 R per month, depending on the program and branch
Details: on the website

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Falcon. The Ostozhenka branch offers a bilingual program: from the age of four, children study subjects both in Russian and in English, with most of the lessons taught by native speakers. Other classes are devoted to the development of social intelligence: children learn to manage emotions and make decisions in both normal and stressful situations, master the skills of teamwork and solo work, and become aware of their interests and strengths. During long socio-communicative and economic games, children undergo early career guidance. This allows the family to consciously build further education for the child.

In the kindergarten on Sokol, children do not learn a foreign language so intensively, and the freed up time is devoted to a more comprehensive development of the intellect. For example, design and robotics form logical and mathematical intelligence, an art studio and theatrical games form an emotional and aesthetic one, speech development and English lessons form a linguistic one, and physical education and sports events form a biological one.

At the same time, teachers do not forget about social skills: in the classroom, children learn to set specific goals and analyze their experiences.

Health is also monitored here: educators in a playful way teach children hygiene, harden and prevent colds and flu. In the Sokol branch, a visit to the salt cave is added to this – if there are no contraindications to the procedure.

Daisies-Cornflowers

Briefly: versatile development of the child and convenient service
At what age will the child be taken: from 14 months
Location: Polyany, 41; Residential complex “Butovo Park-1”, 23, building 2
How much: 24 500-35 000 R per month
Details: on the website

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There are six different age groups in the Daisy-Cornflower kindergarten. The lesson program takes into account age characteristics: in the nursery, children are not overloaded with teamwork, and classes in the older group include the prevention of dysgraphia and dyslexia, the development of phonemic perception and the formation of emotional intelligence.

At the same time, the main blocks of daily activities are the same for everyone. Every day is organized so that children have time to participate in a variety of activities: work in a research laboratory, go in for sports and music, read or listen to a fairy tale, practice the basics of etiquette and talk in English with native speakers.

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For busy parents, the kindergarten is especially convenient: if necessary, the child can be left there for the night or arrange a transfer – the driver will pick up the child from home, hand it over to the caregivers, and return it back in the evening with all the necessary things.

Yoko

Briefly: kindergarten according to the Japanese method
At what age the child will be taken: from 1 year 6 months
Location: Shelepikhinskaya embankment, 34, building 1
How much it costs: 65,000 R per month + entrance fee 25,000 R
Details: on the website

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In this kindergarten, attention is also paid to the harmonious development of the child , but they understand it in their own way. Educators do not immerse kids in an abundance of educational courses, but try to balance the three forces in them – bodies, hearts and learning.

Children train the strength of the body in physical education: classes are held 3-4 times a day for 40 minutes and are based on hatha yoga exercises – this teaches children patience. The strength of the heart, or sensitivity, is developed by music lessons: children play the pionik – a special musical instrument that combines wind and keyboard parts – and learn to hear the tone, express emotions and feel the rhythm.

The power of learning is formed by repeated repetition of reading, writing and counting exercises. Teachers make sure that the level of complexity of tasks is constantly increasing, and the child hears the recognition of his success: this is how motivation for learning will appear by itself.

You can go to kindergarten for a full day or half a day, and not necessarily in the morning: Yoko also offers an evening option. All groups are formed so that there is a minimum difference in age between the pupils, and no more than 15 children are engaged at the same time – so that the educators have time to pay attention to each child.

Eco-friendly kindergarten in Moscow

Eco-friendly kindergarten in Moscow is the key to successful and healthy development of your children. If you are looking for a convenient eco-kindergarten with qualified employees, you have come to the right place!

”Binny Native Place” is an eco-friendly kindergarten in Moscow, located near Baumanskaya and Lefortovo metro stations. All conditions for joy, happiness of kids, their physical and intellectual development are created here. Children receive round the clock care from educated and kind employees of the garden.

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Sustainability is one of the main objectives

The entire interior space of the garden, the equipment is presented on the basis of natural materials, the color design is executed in the form of natural shades. This applies to the interior, furniture, flooring and walls:

  1. General interior. To create it, we used calm colors that are close to natural shades. There are no bright accents that are unnatural for a person.
  2. Floors and walls. The eco-floors of our garden are covered with natural marmoleum. The material is presented by the Dutch company Forbo, which uses only natural ingredients in its production. Eco-friendly paints with a certificate from Euroenamel ”Diva-E” were used for painting the walls. The peculiarity of the coating lies in its fire safety, antibacterial effect.
  3. Furniture. Beds, tables, chairs and cabinets are made from solid pine. In the manufacture of such items, plywood is also used, which does not emit harmful impurities into the atmosphere.
  4. Bed linen. The children of our garden sleep on cotton bedding. We order pajamas from natural, delicate fabrics. Sleepwear does not cause allergic reactions and is suitable for children with sensitive skin.
  5. Nutrition. We are responsible for the healthy nutrition of babies. Therefore, the menu is balanced, consists of correctly selected, combined with each other products. We use organic, fresh vegetables and fruits.

IMPORTANT: We are one of the few kindergartens that are ready to take responsibility for individual menus for allergy sufferers and children with special nutritional needs !

More photos in our gallery. In the walls of our garden kids:

  • do gymnastics, yoga, exercise therapy;
  • undergo halotherapy in a salt cave to strengthen the respiratory system;
  • sleep on a schedule that meets the physiological needs of the body.

In addition to health procedures and maintaining immunity, the employees of our kindergarten do a lot of work in the field of adaptation and intellectual development of children. To this end, an individual approach is shown to each baby, certain abilities of children are revealed:0003

  1. Our kids go through complex development. Specialists develop their own programs based on different methods of ”Development” and ”World of Discovery”.
  2. Employees use the method of Maria Montessori, Nikitin’s cubes, Gyenes logic blocks.
  3. Art classes, fairy tale therapy, lessons in choreography, music, English, and inventive problem solving are held.

In working with children, our specialists apply the principles of harmony of the inner and outer world.
All employees of the eco-kindergarten have the necessary level of education and regularly improve their skills using modern methods. You can be sure for the effective and successful development of your children!

Additional benefits of the garden

Groups of 9 children from 1 to 7 years of age are created in the ”Binny” eco-garden. So each baby is under the close supervision of the teacher.

In addition, there is video surveillance. Parents do not have to adapt to the schedule of the garden. You can leave your child with us any day and time. We work 24/7, 365 days a week. If you have no one to leave your child with, you can always send him to our kindergarten, under round-the-clock care and care.

If you are interested in our eco-friendly kindergarten, price and conditions of its work, we offer a free tour.

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In the preschool educational space of Krasnoyarsk, the presentation and dissemination of successful practices of teachers of preschool educational organizations is an opportunity for reflection, self-improvement and self-analysis of their professional activities, an opportunity to learn new things and share their skills. As part of the August events, the Krasnoyarsk Information Methodological Center invited teachers from MBDOU No.

321 to share their work experience.

Ekaterina Viktorovna Tsytrikova, Oksana Ivanovna Zorina, Alla Anatolyevna Kozlova, Lyudmila Viktorovna Ostapenko presented their achievements in various areas, covering both work directly with children, as well as work with parents, joint educational and educational activities aimed at achieving a high result correction of severe speech disorders in preschoolers, socialization skills and the formation of a holistic personality of the child.

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Teachers of MBDOU No. 321 took part in the August City Pedagogical Council, organizing the work of the site “Psychological and pedagogical support for children with mental retardation.

And they took part in the work of another platform of the August teachers’ council with a speech on the topic “Psychological and pedagogical service of preschool educational institutions”, so the main idea of ​​​​the work of teachers of MDOU No. 321 is the interaction of all participants in the correctional educational process.

Only with close interaction of all participants in the pedagogical process is it possible to successfully form the personal readiness of children with developmental disabilities for schooling, socialization and their adaptation in society.

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The Educational Hackathon is a marathon of educational solutions: a short, dynamic event designed to stimulate the emergence of new ideas in education.

The Hackathon format allows you to bring together participants of various professions, with different levels of knowledge and skills, contributes to the creation of new teams and projects, the development of the subject area of ​​the Hackathon.

The team of teachers of MBDOU No. 321, under a non-trivial name, “321 GO” took part in the III Krasnoyarsk Pedagogical Hackathon. Team members experienced incredible pleasure from the event. We received a charge of vivacity, optimism, not to mention new knowledge and skills. All days of the Hackathon merged into one bright firework of events, communication, sparkling jokes and creative ideas. Participation in the Hackathon is one of the most unforgettable events of the outgoing summer and the beginning of a new academic year.

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Biblioteka im. N. Ostrovsky launches the annual

open city inclusive competition of readers

“The family is the ark of salvation.”

Reading competition “Family – the ark of salvation” is a competitive event for expressive reading by heart excerpts from prose works of Russian and foreign writers about the family, about children, about mom, about dad.
Pupils of preschool educational institutions (6-7 years old) and students of educational institutions of the city of Krasnoyarsk are invited to participate.
In order to take part in the competition, you must read the regulations and submit an application in the prescribed form on the website from September 23 to October 16, 2022.
All participants will receive a certificate of participation in the reading competition, and the winners of the qualifying and final rounds will receive diplomas of I, II, III degrees.

For all questions, please contact Soinova Maria Vladimirovna by phone 227-03-70 (from 11.00 to 18. 00 on working days except Monday) and Korchitskaya Liliya Valerievna at the e-mail address of the competition: and in the messages of the group.

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The festival is supported by the Ministry of Education of the Krasnoyarsk Territory.

The purpose of the Festival is to support and popularize financial literacy, the development of professional skills of teachers.

Dates of the Festival: October 10 – 16, 2022

The festival is an educational event with thematic areas for different age groups: preschoolers, primary, secondary, senior students and their parents. The festival is held in two formats:

Part 1 – in the format of online broadcast and video recordings, which everyone can connect to watch (the program will be published on the day of the festival on information resources)

  • Regional Center for Financial Literacy of the Krasnoyarsk Territory (click)
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2nd part – in full-time format in educational institutions in the form of intra-school (classroom) activities on financial literacy, which will be held by teachers-co-organizers of the Festival, taking into account sanitary and epidemiological requirements and recommendations.

(click on the text) A teacher of any subject area can get the status of a co-organizer by registering on the page until September 23, code word (С22) 2022

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Municipal Youth Autonomous Institution “Youth Center “Own Business” (hereinafter referred to as the Center) is a subordinate institution of the Main Department of Youth Policy and Tourism of the Krasnoyarsk City Administration. One of the main activities of the Center is the organization and holding of leisure activities for residents of the city of Krasnoyarsk.

In order to organize joint leisure of young families with their children, the Center conducts an interactive family entertainment game “Through the Eyes of a Child” (hereinafter referred to as the Event).

The event includes: interactive tasks for interaction between family members; quizzes; outdoor games.

We invite pupils of your institution and their parents to take part in the Event, which will be held on September 23 from 19:00 to 21:00 at st. Ada Lebedeva, 107a/2.

The team consists of two people aged 18 to 45 and one child aged 4 to 9.

                                                 To participate, you must register a team, click here before 12:00 pm September 23, 2022.

Contact person – Alina Andreevna Nakonechnaya, Youth Specialist at MMAU MC “Own Business”, tel. slave. 2913-046, mob. 8-913-032-26-94.

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Participants of the Festival, which will start on September 19, will visit the Higher School of Gastronomy from the Institut Paul Bocuse, various religious organizations of the city, the theater behind the scenes, factories, and take part in walking tours around the city for free.

A large-scale excursion program has been developed in cooperation with the tourist industry, industrial enterprises and cultural institutions of the region: museums, libraries, theaters.

In addition, within the framework of the annual holiday program on September 24, extreme tourism competitions “Mountain hike in a day” will be held. Teams consisting of two people can take part in the event. For each team to choose a route of varying complexity and length: 40, 55 or 70 kilometers. Specific routes will be known to the participants on the day of the start of the competition.

On the same day, Krasnoyarsk residents will have a bright holiday on Yaryginskaya Embankment, where educational locations and photo zones will start working from 16:00, as well as a parade of the city’s tourist communities, organized by the Krasnoyarsk Tourist Information Center. Then there will be an entertainment program and drawing of author’s excursions. The culmination of the celebration of Tourism Day will be the water-musical performance “Legend of the Yenisei”: sap surfers, yachtsmen and flyboarders will perform to musical accompaniment.

On September 25, from 13:00 to 16:00, Gremyachaya Griva Eco-Park will host a holiday for children from 6 to 12 years old. Young tourists are waiting for an educational quest, a giant coloring book depicting the sights of the region, fishing, a photo zone, as well as prizes and gifts, the TIC of the Krasnoyarsk Territory reports.

The final event of the Tourism Day will be an environmental action, which will also take place in Gremyachaya Griva. On October 8, the participants of the action will be divided into five groups and will pass routes of different difficulty levels, having received the necessary equipment for cleaning at the start. The clean-up day will be combined with an educational lecture on ecology from the Good Deed volunteer center.

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Autumn has come – nature changes colors, studies begin and it’s time to announce our annual children’s regional art competition “Sunny Bunny”.

Let us remind you that the competition is held within the framework of environmental education events dedicated to the International Animal Protection Day, which is annually celebrated on October 4th.

All our young friends are invited to participate – kindergarten students, students of general education and art schools.

Last year it was necessary to reflect the life of the inhabitants of the national park, but this time we expanded the range. In their drawings, the authors can depict moments from the life of the inhabitants of the wild nature of any corner of Siberia.

Entries will be accepted electronically. From one educational institution, up to 10 drawings made in any artistic technique are accepted for participation in the competition.

We are waiting for competitive entries from September 22 to 27, 2022.

You can get acquainted with the detailed description of the competition, the conditions for participation, as well as the requirements for entries in the Regulations.

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Objectives

  • Describe the major physical developmental milestones for school-age children.
  • Recognize the changes in a school-age child as a result of puberty.
  • Identify the aspects of brain development in school-age children.

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Developmental milestones are a set of benchmarks consisting of skills and abilities that children reach throughout their lifetime. Educators and pediatricians use these milestones to check a child’s development. Although each milestone corresponds with an age or grade level, it is important to remember that all children develop at their own pace. It is normal for a peer group to reach milestones at a variety of ages, even spanning a few years in either direction.

Physical Developmental Milestones for School-Age Children

School-age children, ranging in age from 5 years to about 12 years of age, will have a vast range in their cognitive development. The same is true for school-age children and their physical development. The information below will give general guidelines for physical-developmental milestones.

The following are characteristics of typical physical developmental milestones for school-age children:

  • School-age children will gain between 4 and 7 pounds each year and continue to have height increases. Increases in height will vary and a 3- to 6-inch height difference in a classroom group is typical.
  • Growth spurts are common in school-age children, as are periods of slow growth. When children are going through a growth spurt, they will usually need an increase in calorie intake. Growth spurts can also lead to body parts being out of proportion. For example, a child could stay the same height while their feet go through a growth spurt. This can lead to school-age children feeling awkward or clumsy. This typically passes once puberty is over.
  • School-age children will begin to see an improvement in their motor skills. They will have better control, coordination and balance.
  • Muscles masses will begin to change in school-age children, which will make them stronger.

Take a look at the chart below for a closer look at how school-age children will develop within their age groups. These milestones should never be considered a checklist to evaluate a child’s development, but as a guide for what to expect.

5 Years
  • Stands on one foot for 10 seconds or longer
  • Hops; may be able to skip
  • Can do a somersault
  • Uses a fork and spoon and sometimes a table knife
  • Can use the toilet on her or his own
  • Swings and climbs
6-8 Years
  • Strong motor skills, but balance and endurance can vary
  • Sense of body image begins to develop
9-12 Years
  • Becomes more aware of his or her body as puberty approaches; body image develops
  • Develops secondary sex characteristics like breasts and body hair

 

Brain Development in School-Age Children

A child’s brain develops rapidly during their first few years of life. Because of rapid changes and growth spurts, there is much focus on children’s brains from birth until five years of age. A school-age child’s brain is still developing as they learn how to do new things and think differently. Jean Piaget theorized about the stages of brain development and the different types of intelligences. School-age children are in the stage of brain development that Piaget called the concrete operational stage. In this stage, children are able to understand logic and concrete information, especially in their own lives. They may still struggle to grasp hypothetical or abstract concepts, especially those that will happen in the long-term future. School-age children will begin to be less egocentric and will be able to think about and understand things from different viewpoints. Other brain functions will begin to improve such as:

  • Concentration:
    School-age children will be able to focus on a task or topic. They will also begin to develop methods of ignoring distractions when they have a task to focus on.
  • Memory:
    Both long- and short-term memory skills will begin to improve in school-age children. They will be able to recall important things from months or even years in the past and remember where they left their jacket after outdoor time.
  • Attention span:
    School-age children will be able to focus on important tasks for longer periods. They will begin to read longer books, stay interested in topics at school, and be able to participate in long-term projects.

Brain development is a form of physical development — it is a part of a child’s body that is growing and changing. The three major brain functions mentioned above allow school-age children to develop their motor skills and participate in sports and other physical activities.

Puberty: What to Expect

This age group will experience body changes that come with the beginning of puberty. This happens when certain hormones become present and begin to create changes to parts of our bodies. Sometimes these changes can be drastic and seem to happen overnight, while other times they happen gradually over a few years. The changes that accompany the onset of puberty can often be confusing and even scary for school-age children. The average age of beginning puberty is around 12; however, children are beginning to show signs of these changes at a much younger age. It is important for you to be aware of what kinds of changes school-age children could be going through. This will help prepare you to answer questions from children or their families and be understanding and sympathetic to the children in your care.

Typical changes for boys
  • The development of the testosterone hormone creates physical changes to the male reproductive organs.
  • Hair growth can begin in the underarms, pubic area, chest and face.
  • Shoulders grow wider.
  • The voice begins to change or deepen. This usually involves a period when the voice “cracks” as it begins to deepen.
Typical changes for girls
  • Hormones begin working together to create estrogen, which prepares a girl’s body to begin menstrual cycles.
  • Hair growth in underarm and pubic areas can begin.
  • Bodies begin to change and become curvier with wider hips and breast development.
Other changes
  • All of the hormonal changes in the body can cause the skin to be oily which can cause acne, or pimples. Pimples can be present anywhere on the body but the most common places are the face, upper back and chest.
  • Body odor is common. New hormones stimulate the glands in the skin, including the sweat glands located under the arms. These sweat glands mix with bacteria to cause body odor.
  • Hormone changes can lead to mood swings and strong emotions. Sometimes, children will feel upset or sad and not be able to explain why. Many times, the reason can be attributed to hormones.
  • These changes can also lead to self-esteem issues as children have difficulty feeling comfortable in their changing bodies. This topic will be discussed in greater detail in Lesson 4 during this course.

Supporting All Learners

There will be times when family members grow concerned about their child’s development. As a school-age staff member, you may also notice a child who doesn’t seem to be developing like his or her peers. It is very important to keep in mind that all children develop at their own pace. This is especially true in school-age children and multi-age environments. If you discover that skills are not emerging or growth is not occurring as it should and if you are concerned about a possible developmental delay, discuss the situation with your administrator or training and curriculum specialist. They will be able to help you better assess the situation and, if necessary, refer the family to programs or services available for their needs.

There are a few key points to remember when supporting all learners in a school-age environment:

  • Children develop at their own paces. Never compare children and their abilities. If a family member compares their child to one of their peers, encourage them not to do so. This can be harmful to a child’s development if they feel that they are “not as smart” as their peers.
  • Most children will catch up and be on pace with their developmental milestones.
  • If you begin to have concerns that a child may not be developing typically, make observations and record the behaviors that cause you concern. Always go to your administrator first before discussing this with a family member.

If a school-age child in your program has a diagnosed need that affects their physical development or physical abilities, they should have an IEP, or individualized education plan. You should work with your administrator or training and curriculum specialist and the family to discuss how your program can help support the child’s development. Attached to this course, you will find an article titled, The Need for Skilled Inclusion in Out-of-School Time Programs: Kids Included Together Responds. This article has helpful information on the importance of including all children in the learning environment.

Influences and Factors Affecting School-Age Growth

There are a variety of outside factors and influences that can affect the development of children. It is important to be sensitive to these factors and influences and to remember that all children will develop at their own paces. The major contributing factors that can affect the development of school-age children are:

Environment: Living and learning in a positive environment where one feels valued, loved, and challenged, both at home and school, will help foster positive growth and self-esteem. Factors such as pollution and a lack of cleanliness can have negative effects on a child’s physical development.

Culture: A child’s culture may be one of the biggest contributing factors to their overall development. For example, a family’s culture or religious views can influence the nutrition, activities, and daily routines of a child.

Nutrition: Malnutrition occurs when certain nutrients are either lacking or in excess in a child’s diet. A child who does not receive enough nutrients can be at risk for delayed or stunted growth. A child who has an excess of specific nutrients or food types can be at risk for obesity. Both types of malnutrition can lead to other risks, diseases, and disorders.

Genetics: Certain physical attributes such as height and body build can be a result of the family’s genetics. Genetics can also be an influence on the onset of puberty and developmental milestones as well as certain diseases, disorders and disabilities.

Socioeconomics: The financial status of a family can affect the types of food that are available as well as the types of activities a child can participate in. Families having financial issues may also not be able to provide proper medical care.

See

Watch this video as it explains some basic information about the physical developmental milestones of school-age children.

Video not availableAn introduction to developmental milestones in school-age children.

In this next video, you will see a variety of ways to incorporate all learners into the planning of physical activities.

Video not availableMethods of supporting all learners in physical activities.

Do

The changes that school-age children go through as they develop and grow can be difficult for children and families to understand. It is important that you provide any resources necessary to answer questions about a child’s development.

  • Recognize that it is normal for all children to develop at their own paces.
  • Support children as they go through changes in their physical appearance.
  • Create an environment that supports all learners.

Explore

View and complete the Scenarios activity. As you work through each scenario, think about how you would respond if this were happening in your program. When you are finished, share your work with your coach, trainer, or administrator.

Scenarios

Challenge yourself to support the physical development of school-age children

Required: Complete and review this document with your trainer, supervisor, or administrator

Apply

View and complete the Planning with BAM activity. When finished, share your work with your coach, trainer, or administrator. 

Planning with BAM

Plan activities using the Body and Mind (BAM) website from the CDC

Glossary

Concrete operational stage:
The stage of cognitive or brain development that occurs roughly between the ages of 7 and 11

Egocentric:
When one’s outlook is limited to his or her own needs, wants, and activities

Jean Piaget:
Developmental psychologist whose theories on cognitive development are widely respected and accepted

Motor skills:
Muscular coordination. Gross-motor skills are actions that use the large muscles in our bodies, like our arms and legs, for skills such as walking, running or jumping. Fine-motor skills are actions that use the smaller muscles in our bodies, like those in our fingers and toes for skills such as writing, or using tools

Puberty:
The process of development when a child’s body matures into an adult body

Demonstrate

Finish this statement. School-age children may sometimes feel awkward or clumsy because…

they are teased by their peers.

their families compare their development to other school-age children.

Growth spurts can lead to body parts being out of proportion until puberty is over.

Maria’s mom mentions that she has noticed that Maria’s coordination and balance have improved. You respond by saying:

You have been working with Maria during free time and the extra practice has really paid off.

Maria has been slow to develop motor skills and you are relieved that there is improvement.

School-age children such as Maria typically have improved coordination, balance, and control over time.

Which of the following are NOT changes that usually accompany puberty?

Body odor, acne, and mood swings

Hair growth in the under arm area, pubic area, face and chest

Suicidal thoughts, increased use of foul language, and physical confrontations

Boys’ voices begin to change; girls’ hips widen and breasts develop.

References & Resources

The American Academy of Pediatrics. (2004). Caring for Your School-Age Child. New York: Bantam Books.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (2013). BAM! Body and Mind. Retrieved from http://www.cdc.gov/bam/

National Center on the Sexual Behavior of Youth (2013). CHILDHOOD SEXUAL DEVELOPMENT. Retrieved from http://www.ncsby.org/content/childhood-sexual-development

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Physical Developmental Milestones: School-Age | Virtual Lab School

Objectives

  • Describe the major physical developmental milestones for school-age children.
  • Recognize the changes in a school-age child as a result of puberty.
  • Identify the aspects of brain development in school-age children.

Learn

Know

Developmental milestones are a set of benchmarks consisting of skills and abilities that children reach throughout their lifetimes. Educators and health-care providers use these milestones to check a child’s development. Although each milestone corresponds with an age or grade level, it is important to remember that all children develop at their own pace. It is normal for members of a peer group to reach milestones at a variety of ages, even spanning a few years in either direction.

Physical Developmental Milestones for School-Age Children

School-age children, ranging in age from 5 years to about 12 years of age, will have a vast range in their cognitive development. The same is true for their physical development. Below are general guidelines for physical developmental milestones for school-age children:

  • School-age children will gain between four and seven pounds each year and continue to have height increases. Increases in height will vary, and a three- to six-inch height difference in an age group is typical.
  • Growth spurts are common in school-age children, as are periods of slow growth. Children in a growth spurt usually need an increase in calorie intake. Growth spurts can also lead to body parts being out of proportion. For example, a child could stay at one height while his or her feet keep growing. This can lead to school-age children feeling awkward or clumsy. This feeling of awkwardness or clumsiness typically passes once puberty is over.
  • School-age children will begin to see an improvement in their motor skills. They will have better control, coordination, and balance.
  • Muscle mass increases in school-age children, making them stronger.

Take a look at the chart below for a closer look at how school-age children develop within their age groups. These milestones should never be considered a checklist to evaluate a child, instead use them as a guide for what to expect in typical development.

Brain Development in School-Age Children

A child’s brain develops rapidly during the first few years of life. Because of rapid changes and growth spurts, there is much focus on children’s brains from birth until 5 years of age. A school-age child’s brain is still developing as they learn how to do new things and think differently. School age children are able to understand logic and concrete information, especially in their own lives. They may still struggle to grasp abstract concepts, especially events that will happen in the long-term future. School-age children begin to be less egocentric and can think about and understand different viewpoints. Other brain functions begin to improve such as:

  • Concentration: School-age children are able to focus on a task or topic. They also begin to develop methods of ignoring distractions when they have a task to focus on.
  • Memory: Both long- and short-term memory skills improve in school-age children. They can recall important things from months or even years in the past and remember where they left their jacket after outdoor time.
  • Attention span: School-age children can focus on important tasks for longer periods. They begin to read longer books, stay interested in topics at school, and may participate in long-term projects.

Brain development is a form of physical development—it is a part of a child’s body that is growing and changing. The three major brain functions mentioned above allow school-age children to develop their motor skills and participate in sports and other physical activities.

Puberty: What to Expect

This age group will experience body changes that come with the beginning of puberty. This happens when certain hormones become present and begin to create changes to parts of our bodies. Sometimes these changes can be drastic and seem to happen overnight, while other times they happen gradually over a few years. The changes that accompany the onset of puberty can often be confusing and even scary for school-age children. The average age of beginning puberty is around 12; however, children are beginning to show signs of these changes at a much younger age. It is important for you to be aware of what kinds of changes school-age children could be going through. This will help prepare you to answer questions from children or their families and be understanding and sympathetic to the children in your care.

Typical changes for boys
  • The development of the testosterone hormone creates physical changes to the male reproductive organs.
  • Hair growth can begin in the underarms, pubic area, chest and face.
  • Shoulders grow wider.
  • The voice begins to change or deepen. This usually involves a period when the voice “cracks” as it begins to deepen.
Typical changes for girls
  • Hormones begin working together to create estrogen, which prepares a girl’s body to begin menstrual cycles.
  • Hair growth in underarm and pubic areas can begin.
  • Bodies begin to change and become curvier with wider hips and breast development.
Other changes
  • All of the hormonal changes in the body can cause the skin to be oily, which can cause acne, or pimples. Pimples can be present anywhere on the body, but the most common places are the face, upper back and chest.
  • Body odor is common. New hormones stimulate the glands in the skin, including the sweat glands located under the arms. These sweat glands mix with bacteria to cause body odor.
  • Hormone changes can lead to mood swings and strong emotions. Sometimes, children will feel upset or sad and not be able to explain why. Many times, the reason can be attributed to hormones.

These changes can also lead to self-esteem issues as children have difficulty feeling comfortable in their changing bodies.

Supporting All Learners

There will be times when family members grow concerned about their child’s development. As a family child care provider, you may also notice a child who doesn’t seem to be developing like his or her peers. It is very important to keep in mind that all children develop at their own pace. This is especially true in school-age children and multi-age environments. If you discover that motor skills are not emerging or growth is not occurring as it should, first discuss your concerns with the child’s family.

The family may have information about their child’s development to share with you. School staff members and health-care providers have resources about school-age children’s physical growth. Keep information available about local community resources (e.g., counseling center, park programs, fine arts programs) so you can refer parents to them.

There are a few key points to remember when supporting all learners in a school-age environment:

  • Children develop at their own pace. Never compare children and their abilities. If a family member compares their child to one of their peers, encourage them not to do so. This can be harmful to a child’s development if they feel that they are “not as smart” as their peers.
  • Most children will catch up and be on pace with developmental milestones.
  • If you begin to have concerns that a child may not be developing typically, make observations and record the behaviors that cause you concern. Always share your observations with the child’s parents.

If a school-age child in your program has a diagnosed need that affects physical development or physical abilities, she or he should have an individualized education plan, or IEP. You should work with the child’s family to discuss how best to support the child’s development.

In this video, you will see a variety of ways to incorporate all learners into the planning of physical activities.

Video not availableMethods of supporting all learners in physical activities.

Influences and Factors Affecting School-Age Growth

There are a variety of outside factors and influences that can affect the development of children. It is important to be sensitive to these factors and influences and to remember that all children will develop at their own pace. The major contributing factors that can affect the development of school-age children are:

Environment: Living and learning in a positive environment where one feels valued, loved, and challenged, both at home and school, will help foster positive growth and self-esteem. Factors such as environmental pollution and a lack of cleanliness can have negative effects on a child’s physical development.

Culture: A child’s culture may be one of the biggest contributing factors to overall development. A family’s culture or religious views can influence the nutrition, activities, and daily routines of a child.

Nutrition: Malnutrition occurs when certain nutrients are either lacking or in excess in a child’s diet. A child who does not receive enough nutrients can be at risk for delayed or stunted growth. A child who has an excess of specific nutrients or food types can be at risk for obesity. Both types of malnutrition can lead to other risks, diseases, and disorders. 

Genetics: Certain physical attributes such as height and body build can be a result of the family’s genetics. Genetics can also be an influence on the onset of puberty and developmental milestones, as well as certain diseases, disorders, and special needs.

Socioeconomics: The financial status of a family can affect the types of food that are available as well as the types of activities a child can participate in. Families having financial issues may also not be able to provide proper medical care.

See

Watch this video as it explains some basic information about the physical developmental milestones of school-age children.

Video not availableAn introduction to developmental milestones in school-age children.

Do

The changes that school-age children go through as they develop and grow can be difficult for children and families to understand. It is important that you provide any resources necessary to answer questions about a child’s development.

  • Recognize that it is normal for all children to develop at their own pace.
  • Support children as they go through changes in their physical appearance.
  • Create an environment that supports all learners.

Explore

Children’s brains continue to develop while their bodies undergo rapid change during the school-age years. For children, this can be an exciting, and yet sometimes awkward, age. To think about how best to support school-agers in your care, read and review the Explore: Scenarios activity. As you work through each scenario, think about how you would respond if this were happening in your family child care setting. When you are finished, share your work with your trainer, coach or family child care administrator.

Explore: Scenarios

Develop ways to connect ideas about the benefits of physical activity with the children in your family child care home

Required: Complete and review this document with your trainer, supervisor, or administrator

Apply

Explore the Center for Disease and Control and Prevention’s BAM Body and Mind website. This website is designed just for youth and is a great resource to share with school-age children and their families.
Visit http://www. cdc.gov/bam/ and answer the questions in the Planning with BAM! Body and Mind attachment. When finished, share your work with your trainer, coach or family child care administrator.

Planning with BAM Body and Mind

Develop physical activity plans

Glossary

Motor skills:
Muscular coordination that includes gross-motor skills, or actions that use the large muscles in our bodies, like our arms and legs, for skills such as walking, running or jumping, and fine-motor skills, or actions that use the smaller muscles in our bodies, like those in our fingers and toes, for skills such as writing, or using tools

Egocentric:
When one’s outlook is limited to his or her own needs, wants, and activities

Puberty:
The process of development when a child’s body matures into an adult body

Demonstrate

Finish this statement: School-age children may sometimes feel awkward or clumsy because…

they are teased by their peers.

their families compare their development to other school-age children.

Growth spurts can lead to body parts being out of proportion until puberty is over.

Maria’s mom mentions that she has noticed that Maria’s coordination and balance have improved. You respond by saying:

You have been working with Maria during free time and the extra practice has really paid off.

Maria has been slow to develop motor skills and you are relieved that there is improvement.

School-age children such as Maria typically have improved coordination, balance, and control over time.

Which of the following are not changes that usually accompany puberty?

Body odor, acne, and mood swings

Hair growth in the underarm area, pubic area, face, and chest

Suicidal thoughts, increased use of foul language, and physical confrontations

Boys’ voices begin to change; girls’ hips widen and breasts develop.

References & Resources

The American Academy of Pediatrics. (2004). Caring for Your School-Age Child. New York: Bantam Books.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (2013). BAM! Body and Mind. Retrieved from http://www.cdc.gov/bam/

National Center on the Sexual Behavior of Youth (2013). CHILDHOOD SEXUAL DEVELOPMENT.
Retrieved from http://www.ncsby.org/content/childhood-sexual-development

Early Care and Education Programs

CDC’s milestones and parent tips have been updated and new checklist ages have been added (15 and 30 months). For more information about the recent updates to CDC’s developmental milestones, please review the Pediatrics journal article and these important key points.

As an early care and education provider, you are a valuable resource to parents! They look to you for information on their child, and they trust you. CDC’s “Learn the Signs. Act Early.” has FREE research-based, parent-friendly resources on child development to help you boost family engagement and your own professional development. Read on to learn more!

Using CDC’s “Learn the Signs. Act Early.” can…

  • Help you track and celebrate each child’s developmental milestones
  • Help you communicate with parents about development
  • Provide guidance on discussing developmental concerns
  • Help parents know what milestones to expect next
  • Complement and support developmental screening
  • Provide professional development with CDC’s FREE CEU training, Watch Me! Celebrating Milestones and Sharing Concerns
  • Aid in early identification of the 1 in 6 children with a developmental delay or disability

“Learn the Signs. Act Early.”
One Director’s Story

Early care and education providers can ensure children with developmental delays and disabilities receive the help they need by…

  1. Learning how to monitor each child’s development with CDC’s FREE 1-hour online training, Watch Me! Celebrating Milestones and Sharing Concerns
  2. Regularly using CDC’s milestone checklists in your classroom to
      • Track each child’s development progress;
      • Guide your conversation and support your observations when raising concerns with parents; and
      • Complement developmental screening by engaging families in monitoring milestones.
  3. Encouraging families to use CDC’s milestone checklists [4 MB, 24 Pages, 508] or Milestone Moments booklet [3 MB, 60 Pages, 508] at home to monitor their children’s development
  4. Helping parents to act on developmental concerns by encouraging them to talk with their child’s healthcare provider and call their state’s early intervention program. Support them by sharing CDC’s How to Get Help for Your Child [727 KB, 2 Pages, 508] tip sheet.
  • Promote CDC’s FREE Milestone Tracker app for families by printing a poster for your classroom [617 KB, 1 Page, 508] and encouraging them to download.

Increase Parent Engagement
with LTSAE

A recent study suggests that parents who use LTSAE resources are more aware of developmental milestones and are more engaged in conversations about their child’s development.

Collaborating with Healthcare Providers

This video from AAP shows how sharing developmental information with healthcare providers and others can improve early identification.

Share Materials with Families

Most materials are available in English and Spanish, many in simplified Chinese, Vietnamese and Korean, some in other languages. Customize these resources by adding your center’s logo and contact information. Request customizable files from [email protected] and print them.

  • FREE materials: print or order (in limited quantities) in English and Spanish.
  • Promote CDC’s FREE Milestone Tracker app for families by printing a poster for your classroom [617 KB, 1 Page, 508] and encouraging them to download.
  • Use a web button to link your center’s website to “Learn the Signs. Act Early.”
  • Show parents photo and video examples of milestones using the Milestones in Action image library.
  • Click to learn how materials have been integrated into early care and education settings.

Resources for Early Educators

Milestones
Learn more about the milestones that children should reach from 2 months to 5 years of age, plus interactive tools for parents and staff to help keep track of them. Print out milestone checklists for parents or your staff to complete.

Watch Me! Celebrating Milestones and Sharing Concerns
This FREE, one-hour, online training course for early care and education providers,  shares tools and best practices for monitoring the development of children in your care and talking about it with their parents. FREE Continuing Education is available.
Take the training in English | Take the training in Spanish

Note: In centers that conduct developmental screening, these materials support and complement, but do not replace, developmental screening. Learn more about developmental monitoring and screening. [657 KB, 2 Pages, Print Only]

Tips for Talking with Parents about Developmental Concerns
This tip sheet provides information on how to regularly talk with parents about their child’s development and also provides tips for talking to parents when you have concerns.
English [370 KB, 2 Pages, 508] | Spanish [132 KB, 2 Pages, Print Only]

Early Care and Education Primer
This one page handout highlights the benefits of integrating “Learn the Signs. Act Early.” resources within early care and education settings and provides information on how to access materials. The primer provides tips on using “Learn the Signs. Act Early.” materials in classrooms; tips for using “Learn the Signs. Act Early.” to boost family engagement; resources for discussing developmental concerns with parents; and ways to support providers’ professional development.
Primer in English [2 MB, 2 Pages, 508] | Primer in Spanish [1 MB, 2 Pages, 508]

Child Care Development Fund Primer
This primer for Child Care Development Fund (CCDF) grantees, highlights the different CCDF requirements that “Learn the Signs. Act Early.” can help providers meet such as the CCDF health and safety training requirements, professional development requirements, and consumer and provider education provisions on family engagement. In addition, resources for discussing developmental concerns with parents and ways to support professional development are also included.
Primer in English [2 MB, 2 Pages, 508] | Primer in Spanish [2 MB, 2 Pages, 508]

Home Visiting Primer
This primer highlights the benefits of integrating “Learn the Signs. Act Early.” materials within home visiting programs, shares an example of one state’s successful model for integration, and provides information on how “Learn the Signs. Act Early.” materials can help home visitors strengthen family engagement and better support children.
Primer in English [1 MB, 2 Pages, 508] | Primer in Spanish [791 KB, 2 Pages, 508]

Developmental Screening Passport
“Learn the Signs. Act Early.” materials promote developmental monitoring and can also be used to complement and support developmental screening efforts. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends both developmental monitoring (surveillance) and screening for all children. Download this resource from Birth to 5: Watch Me Thrive! to track a child’s screening history and share results with parents and providers.

English [2 MB, 2 Pages, 508] | English Print Version [2 MB, 2 Pages, Print Only]

Spanish [2 MB, 2 Pages, Print Only]

Empowering Developmental Monitoring Webinar
Click here to view a webinar that features a parent, healthcare provider, and an early care and education provider discussing the importance of tracking developmental milestones and working together to effectively monitor child development.

Milestones Matter with CDC and Vroom!
Use this poster to encourage families to track their child’s development and try brain building tips to promote their child’s development. Download, print, and display the poster in your childcare setting. English [4 MB, 1 Page, 508] | Spanish [4 MB, 1 Page, 508]

Brazelton Touchpoints Development is a Journey Roadmap
This roadmap is designed for early care educators to facilitate  conversations if there are developmental concerns and/or after developmental screening using seven short and simple steps to actively engage parents and other caregivers in planning for their child’s developmental needs and enhance the provider-parent partnership.
Development is a Journey conversation roadmap PDF | Roadmap Background and Guidance

Links to Early Childhood Websites

Birth to 5: Watch Me Thrive!
Birth to 5: Watch Me Thrive! is a coordinated federal effort to encourage healthy child development, universal developmental and behavioral screening for children, and support for the families and providers who care for them.

Click here to learn more on standardized, validated screening tools.

National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC)
NAEYC provides accreditation for schools that meet certain standards, as well as resources, tools, and information for families and childcare providers.

Early Childhood Technical Assistance Center (ECTA)
The Early Childhood Technical Assistance Center (ECTA) works to strengthen the systems that provide early childhood services under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). The center’s mission is to ensure that children with disabilities (birth through 5) and their families receive and benefit from high-quality, culturally appropriate, and family-centered supports and services.

Zero to Three
Provides professionals working with very young children and their families an extensive collection of resources aimed at supporting the work of professionals in a variety of early childhood settings.

Child Care Aware
Child Care Aware is a program of Child Care Aware® of America and helps families learn more about the elements of quality child care and how to locate programs in their communities. Child Care Aware also offers resources for families and for child care providers.

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  • National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities

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