Negaan'abik Daycare

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FALL AND WINTER PROGRAMMING
 
 
TODDLER PROGRAM

 
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Week 1
Wagon Ride or a Sled Ride
Colour Treasure Hunt
Make a Snow or
Sand People

Snow Painting or Fence Painting

Duck Duck Goose
Week 2
Walk
Sand Castles or Snow Castles
Coloured Light on the Sand or Snow
The Bear Went Over the Mountain
Action Songs
Week 3
Snow or Sand Drawings & Prints
Fall & Winter Ball Play
Laundry Basket Target
Follow Me
Snow Angels or Let's Exercise!
Week 4
Snow Flake or Leaf Hunt
Hide and Seek
Riding Toys or Sliding
Ring Around the Rosie
Walk

PRESCHOOL AND JK OUTDOOR PROGRAM

 
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Week 1
Colour Treasure Hunt
Snow Painting or Fence Painting

Stop and Go

Make Snow or Sand People

Walk
Week 2
Duck Duck Goose
Limbo
Colour Hunt

Action Songs

The Bear Went Over The Mountain
Week 3
Snow Angesl or Let's Exercise!
Simon Says

Snow or Sand Drawings and Prints

Coloured Light on the Sand or Snow
Laundry Basket Target
Week 4
Walk
Snow Flake or Leaf Hunt
Fall & Winter Ball Play
Riding Toys or Sliding
Hide and Seek

Negaan’abik Day Care Centre

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Supply Staff

Please Click Below for more information

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click here to download Day Care Supply Staff Information

click here to download Day Care Menu

Click Here To Download Day Care Handbook Policy

Click Here To Download Day Care Enrollment Package

Daycare Staff:
Supervisor
Monica Madahbee
Teachers
Bethanny Abotossaway
Cheryl Shawanda
Frances Bucknell
 
Cook
Barbara Hodge
 

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The Negaan'abik Daycare provides a daycare service for children both from on and off the reserve. The children are 2 1/2 to 5 years of age and the facility can hold a maximum of 30 children. The children are being taught our Ojibway language in hopes that they will continue on with it in the future. Currently there are only a few people left within the community who speak our language.

Contact Us:
R.R. #1, Comparment 130
Little Current, Ontario
P0P 1K0
 
Phone: (705) 368-2196
Fax: (706) 368-1720

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