Early Childhood Development Center - ECDC

Early Childhood Development Center - ECDC

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Class Ms. Moore David Ventura
ANDRE JOHNSON MS. BARONES CLASS #174 ANDRE FOUND 2 W WORDS AND 2 B WORDS AND PRACTICED USING TODAYS SNAP WORD ( TO ) IN A SENTEVCE.
PAGE 1. How can Occupational Therapy help my child to do "BETTER" in a school setting? Read to find out information. #OTMONTH
PAGE 2. HOW CAN THERAPY HELP MY CHILD.
Page 1. OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY information for Parents! #OTMONTH
Page 2 - OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY PARENT INFORMATION
“Occupational therapy practitioners have important knowledge and expertise to share. Take advantage of it.” What Parents Need to Know About School-Based Occupational Therapy By Ashley Opp Hofmann When a school informs parents that it recommends occupational therapy for their child, parents tend to have a lot of questions. Their first question? What is occupational therapy? Occupational therapy is a health profession in which therapists and therapy assistants help individuals to do and engage in the specific activities that make up daily life. For children and youth in schools, occupational therapy works to ensure that a student can participate in the full breadth of school activities—from paying attention in class; concentrating on the task at hand; holding a pencil, musical instrument, or book in the easiest way; or just behaving appropriately in class. Occupational therapists and occupational therapy assistants help students perform particular tasks necessary for participation or learning. “The whole purpose of school-based occupational therapy is to help kids succeed,” says pediatric occupational therapist Leslie Jackson. Occupational therapy practitioners don’t just focus on the specific problem that a child’s disability may present; rather, they look at the whole child and tackle individual tasks, helping students find ways to do the things they need and want to do. Usually, occupational therapy is provided to students with disabilities. But occupational therapy can be made available to other children who are having specific problems in school. Occupational therapy practitioners also work to provide consultation to teachers about how classroom design affects attention, why particular children behave inappropriately at certain times, and where best to seat a child based on his or her learning style or other needs. Occupational therapy may be recommended for an individual student for reasons that might be affecting his or learning or behavior, such as motor skills, cognitive processing, visual or perceptual problems, mental health concerns, difficulties staying on task, disorganization, or inappropriate sensory responses. A common manifestation of difficulties in school involves handwriting, in many cases because this is a key “occupation” that students must master to succeed in school. A teacher might notice that a student cannot write legibly or has serious problems in other motor tasks. The occupational therapy practitioner can work with the teacher to evaluate the child to identify the underlying problems that may be contributing to handwriting difficulty. The occupational therapy practitioner looks at the child’s skills and other problems (including behavior), in addition to his or her visual, sensory, and physical capabilities. They also take into account the school, home, and classroom environments to find ways to improve the handwriting or to identify ways the child can compensate, such as using a computer. Accessing school-based occupational therapy is fairly straightforward, but it is the school team who makes the decision of whether or not a student requires occupational therapy. Not every student needs occupational therapy, even if the student has a disability. Those who do may have problems that the teacher can address after consulting with an occupational therapy practitioner and modifying their teaching technique or the environment for the entire class. The education team could recommend one-on-one services. Usually these services are integrated as much as possible into the child’s routine to promote better integration of skills. Students with disabilities have been able to receive occupational therapy at school since the 1975 passage of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), which served as the original impetus for school-based occupational therapy. The law stipulates that students with disabilities must have access to the occupational therapy if they need it to benefit from special education. In 2001, Congress passed the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act which requires schools to improve the academic achievement of all students, including those with disabilities. In 2004, the reauthorization of IDEA extended the availability of occupational therapy services to all students, not just those with disabilities, in order to fully participate in school. Parents, though, have a lot of the responsibility when it comes to their child’s success in school, and their involvement becomes doubly important when an occupational therapy practitioner enters the picture. First, Jackson suggests getting to know the teachers and occupational therapist. “Share information about what your child does at home, raise whatever concerns you have, find out what sorts of things you can do with your child to help him or her succeed,” she says. “Occupational therapy practitioners have important knowledge and expertise to share. Take advantage of it.”
Class Ms Moore David Ventura Munoz
Jayceon morning zoom lesson ( Mrs. McCann)
https://youtu.be/iG6rxoVWRoQ Thought this might be fun for some of our students.
Jayceon Mrs. McCann and twins Jocelynn and Josiah and Jeremiah Mrs Venzon class

This is the official page for Camden's Early Childhood Development Center (ECDC), where inquiring young children blossom into global thinkers.

Operating as usual

R. T. Cream Early Childhood Center

Does your little one still need a flu shot??

Check this out!

Hello Cream Family!

Just a reminder that Friday, January 22nd, 2021 from 8 AM-Noon there will be a flu clinic at Vets.

800 N. 26th St., Camden

Please consider attending if your child still needs a flu shot. Pre-K students are required to submit proof of the flu shot even during remote learning.

Thank you!

R. T. Cream Early Childhood Center

Is your child in need of dental care? Check out the resource below!

*Don't forget to like, comment, or share*

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Building Self-Esteem

Building Self-Esteem

Caring & Sharing Age 2 to 6 4-10 Min
Please watch: https://youtu.be/0g3qu1FsHUk

After watching the video, ask your child to share something special about themselves.

What are they proud of?
What are they good at?
What makes them unique?

Ask kids to think of a friend or family member and say what makes them special.

youtube.com Every kid is unique, and kids build the strongest relationships when they appreciate themselves and others.Sesame Street in Communities brings free video con...

💛MLK Day💙

We are so proud of our Teacher Ms. Truitt! 💙
Support her by purchasing a book. 📒
Please see the link below.

My new bi-lingual (English and Spanish) children's book is now available for purchase! On sale now ($10) for a limited time only. You can click the Facebook shop button on my page or go straight to my website to purchase any of my books: www.tinatruitt.com. (The total price at checkout includes tax, shipping and signature) Target audience: children in grades 2nd through 4th.
If you live near me and would like to purchase and pick up, contact me.
#blessed #humble #themathhill #nevergiveup #authorlife #readingisfun #getkidsreading #inspiringreadersonepageatatime

Camden City School District

#PleaseShare

Camden City School District

#Reminder
CCSD will be closed on Monday, January 18,2021 in observance for MLK DAY!

These three great teachers are our #mondayshoutout! "I enjoy creating Google slides to enhance students learning. These fun-filled interactive slides promote engagement." Ms. Kelly

"I love capturing our student's attention and engaging them in learning by incorporating our puppets, Eddie and Gabriella during both large and small group. Their responses and smiling faces are priceless." Ms. Waples

"It's fulfilling to us when our students tell us they love us when we end our day." Ms. Kelly & Ms. Waples #ECDC #CCSD #earlychildhoodeducation #remotelearning

Our FrIYay Post this week goes to Ms. Moore and Ms. Jackson’s scholars!! Children learn through word play, counting and having fun with message! These families are always working so so hard!! keep up the great work to this entire class community and Happy #FriYay! #ECDC #remotelearning

ECDC Parents Save the date‼️
Date: January 20, 2021
Time: 10 am- 2pm
Location: ECDC School.

There will be a Pre-k tablet distribution for all actively enrolled Prek students only. 💙
Please bring your ID and practice social distancing.
Thank you for your continued support.🤍

Topic: College and Career Conversation
Time: Jan 14, 2021 05:45 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Join Zoom Meeting
https://camden-k12-nj-us.zoom.us/j/86449222803?pwd=MHVIYURVamFVQldoMzMrL2FKMEJ4Zz09

Food Bank of South Jersey

If you're interested in learning how to prepare healthy food while making the most of your buck, sign up for our Cooking Matters at Home class! Register here: https://bit.ly/3CMHome #StayHealthySJ #CookingMatters

Camden Enrollment

Main Round Has Started!

The main round application for the 21-22 school year application will be opening tomorrow, Tuesday, January 12th.

Families, if you have a student entering Pre-K for the first time, this is the time to apply!

For questions, please feel free to call our hotline at 856-536-3999 or text us at our textline (844) 322-3256. You can also email us at [email protected]

#ApplyRegisterEnroll

Happy Main Round Eve!

The main round application for the 21-22 school year application will be opening tomorrow, Tuesday, January 12th.

Families, if you have a student entering Pre-K for the first time, a student transitioning to Kindergarten or transitioning to 9th grade - this is the time to apply!

For questions, please feel free to call our hotline at 856-536-3999 or text us at our textline (844) 322-3256. You can also email us at [email protected]

#ApplyRegisterEnroll
#AToolForYourSchool

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Wednesday Parent Resource Post:

“Positive Parenting Tips for Healthy Child Development”
Click below.

https://www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/childdevelopment/positiveparenting/pdfs/preschoolers-3-5-w-npa.pdf

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We have a special student shout out today for Mr. Jamar from Ms. Natasha Noel, Kumar, and Maggie’s Class! Jamar and his family are always going above and beyond during virtual learning. Message Time Plus is extremely beneficial tool that supports early reading and literacy skills; it allows ALL students to participate!! Another great thing about messages, they are everywhere...we see words at home, on menus, signs...you can point out letters to your child and use every day experiences to check out what they are learning, they will amaze you! #studentshoutout #155 #goJAMAR #ECDC #eceexcellence

Power Partners Parent Meeting
2:45 PM - 3:45 PM

Save the Date!
Have questions, concerns or simply wish to get something off your chest?
Parents you do not want to miss this meeting.

https://us04web.zoom.us/j/71832683875?pwd=WkkzVktYNXhodnRHNDBFL2FwY2QvUT09

Meeting ID: 718 3268 3875

Passcode: ECDC

Scholastic

Chicken Little is NOT afraid of anything, not even a wolf. No matter how big or bad he is.
In fact, she's never even seen a wolf.

So when a real wolf shows up and ruffles her feathers, what's a fretful fowl to do: Join the frenzied flock and fly the coop? Or find out if this newcomer is as bad as his reputation?

The plucky star of Chicken Little: The Real and Totally True Tale goes toe-to-toe with literature's most famous villain in this brilliant comedy spun with sly wisdom.

Wholesome Riches

We have another distribution TOMORROW! On TUESDAY (January 12), we will be at Dr. Charles E. Brimm Medical Arts High School for our next school pantry. Beginning at 9:00 AM until approximately 11:00 AM, we will be distributing 150 boxes of non-perishable food as well as a limited amount of frozen chicken and other items! Bring an ID or other proof of home address, and we hope to see you there!

Brimm Medical Arts High School
1626 Copewood St
Camden, NJ 08103
9:00-11:00 AM

Tenemos otra distribución MAÑANA! El MARTES (12 de enero), estaremos en la Escuela de Artes Médicas Dr. Charles E. Brimm para nuestra próxima despensa escolar. Comenzando a las 9:00 AM hasta aproximadamente las 11:00 AM, estaremos distribuyendo 150 cajas de comida no perecedera así como una cantidad limitada de pollo congelado y otros artículos! ¡Traigan una identificación u otra prueba de domicilio, y esperamos verlos allí!

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All Because You Matter

We hope you all enjoy this read aloud for today.

https://youtu.be/X4Xvkw2da4I

youtube.com I do not own the rights to this story. Please purchase your own copy if you haven't already from the following link:https://www.amazon.com/All-Because-Matter...

camdenenrollment.org

Camden Schools | Camden Enrollment

We are currently accepting applications for the 2021-2022 school year!
Head over to Camdenenrollment.org and select ECDC as your first choice to secure your child’s spot.

Attention all Pre-K 4 families! Early enrollment for kindergarten for 2021-2022 school year and choose your child’s next school.

Know a family who has a child who will be 3 before October 1st, 2021?? Let them know that early enrollment has started for them also!!!

Prek3 families do not need to do anything. Your prek3 child will remain at ECDC next year if you choose!

www.camdenenrollment.org

#CollegebeginsatECDC
#PreK

camdenenrollment.org Looking for Camden schools to apply to? Camden Enrollment is your 1 stop shop for all things Camden Schools! Click here to apply.

Camden Education Association

Attention Parents!!

Our #ECDC #MondayTeacherShoutOut this week goes to.....Room 155!!! In cloud class 155, our teaching team encourages preparation and engagement from both students and their families. We truly believe it takes a village to educate a child. During remote learning , our parents AND extended family members have shown us an abundance of support to ensure the success of our students under the current circumstances. They have gone above and beyond to create a welcoming home school environment, prepare materials needed for each lesson, and ensure their child is engaged during our Zoom classes each day. Here are some of our past and current highlights from our year and studies thus far.
#Great work Ms. Noel Jenkins, Ms. Kumar and Ms. Maggie!!

#teamworkmakesthe dreamwork

[01/11/21]   REMINDER: Free Flu Clinic

Where: ELRA (501 Cooper St. Camden NJ)
When: Tuesday, January 12, 2021
Time: 8am-11:30am
Who: 3 &4 yr olds

Please know that every child under the age of 5 is required by the NJ Department of Heath to have a flu vaccine if enrolled in school (including remote learning).

[01/08/21]   There will be a Free Flu Clinic on January 12th at Rutgers ELRA.
Virtua will hold a free flu clinic at Rutgers ELRA - January 12, 2021 8am- 11:30am.

Camden City School District

#PleaseShare LAST DAY

You still have time to register for our Community Input Forum in January.
Register TODAY! Registration closes 1/07/21 at 12pm. Don't wait. Register Now!

To register for the next Long Term School Planning- Community Input Forum at 4pm, please follow this link: https://camden-k12-nj-us.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYqfuyrpzoqGNY3U9ScXnd3vsz-qqEIOTZm?fbclid=IwAR3rDmD3W6iafX57mWeJ-GY1Ek1RiihukERJ7Ppp4Tm2V359R_PvNWBmgc0

To register for the next Long Term School Planning- Community Input Forum at 5:30pm, please follow this link: https://camden-k12-nj-us.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0tceCpqzwqGNTWGwf6rJqFVTXR5jVN_8Ck?fbclid=IwAR2-RuFE1AOuUMaMty1SOyLmuX36JVgK5ChC43PnYQKQMC-7XedCuqJHVzA

Childhood Obesity Prevention – Virtual House Party:

Please check-out this community childhood obesity prevention program and share with families to encourage healthy habits with your students and families.
Utilize the registration link here: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0sd-CpqDgiGdaw9wqmxzJt3LBae9sKS6e7

for the Saturday, January 16, 11a-12:30p program which will include physical activity challenges, recipe demos and chances to win fun prizes.

Perfect Attendances for the month of December! 💙

🎉Kudos to our ECDC students and parents for having Perfect Attendances for the month of December! 💙

Help us cheer our young scholars on, as they did an awesome job staying on task!

A heartfelt thank you to our wonderful families for your consistent effort and support. 💛

To all of our students keep up the great work as we continue to strive to reach our attendance goal of 8️⃣0️⃣%.‼️
#ECDC
#CCSD
#AttendanceMatter
#remotelearningrocks
Camden City School District

Camden City School District

2021 Virtual Reorganization Meeting

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N.J. COVID-19 vaccine: You can now register through state’s new online portal

nj.com People now can get on the list, even though the state is only currently vaccinating health care workers and people in long-term care facilities.

We are starting off the new year with this great opportunity for all of our families... Take advantage of this Free Flu Clinic...
Every student must be vaccinated!!

Dates, locations and times posted below. Please share and get vaccinated today!

Good morning ECDC School,
Here is January's School Calendar.
Have a great day!
Email: [email protected] for questions or concerns.
Thanks!

You still have time to register for our Community Input Forum in January.
Register TODAY! Registration closes 1/07/21 at 12pm. Don't wait. Register Now!

To register for the next Long Term School Planning- Community Input Forum at 4pm, please follow this link: https://camden-k12-nj-us.zoom.us/.../tZYqfuyrpzoqGNY3U9Sc...
To register for the next Long Term School Planning- Community Input Forum at 5:30pm, please follow this link: https://camden-k12-nj-us.zoom.us/.../tZ0tceCpqzwqGNTWGwf6...

#PleaseShare

You still have time to register for our Community Input Forum in January.
Register TODAY! Registration closes 1/07/21 at 12pm. Don't wait. Register Now!

To register for the next Long Term School Planning- Community Input Forum at 4pm, please follow this link: https://camden-k12-nj-us.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYqfuyrpzoqGNY3U9ScXnd3vsz-qqEIOTZm?fbclid=IwAR3rDmD3W6iafX57mWeJ-GY1Ek1RiihukERJ7Ppp4Tm2V359R_PvNWBmgc0

To register for the next Long Term School Planning- Community Input Forum at 5:30pm, please follow this link: https://camden-k12-nj-us.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0tceCpqzwqGNTWGwf6rJqFVTXR5jVN_8Ck?fbclid=IwAR2-RuFE1AOuUMaMty1SOyLmuX36JVgK5ChC43PnYQKQMC-7XedCuqJHVzA

Welcome Back ECDC Scholars!!!
We hope to see your smiling faces today.

Camden City School District

#PleaseShare

You still have time to register for our Community Input Forum in January.
Register TODAY! Registration closes 1/07/21 at 12pm. Don't wait. Register Now!

To register for the next Long Term School Planning- Community Input Forum at 4pm, please follow this link: https://camden-k12-nj-us.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYqfuyrpzoqGNY3U9ScXnd3vsz-qqEIOTZm?fbclid=IwAR3rDmD3W6iafX57mWeJ-GY1Ek1RiihukERJ7Ppp4Tm2V359R_PvNWBmgc0

To register for the next Long Term School Planning- Community Input Forum at 5:30pm, please follow this link: https://camden-k12-nj-us.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0tceCpqzwqGNTWGwf6rJqFVTXR5jVN_8Ck?fbclid=IwAR2-RuFE1AOuUMaMty1SOyLmuX36JVgK5ChC43PnYQKQMC-7XedCuqJHVzA

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Perfect Attendances for the month of December! 💙
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1602 Pine Street
Camden, NJ
08103

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Monday 08:00 - 16:00
Tuesday 08:00 - 16:00
Wednesday 08:00 - 16:00
Thursday 08:00 - 16:00
Friday 08:00 - 15:30
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