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Happy Holidays 2018

Dates to Remember

Dec 17th: Christmas Hat & Scarf Day
Dec 18th: Christmas Sock Day
Dec 19th: Christmas Character Day
Dec 20th: Ugly Sweater Contest.
Dec 21st: Christmas Pajama Day
Dec 24th-25th: Center Closed
Dec 31st-Jan 1st: Center Closed


Troy B. - Dec 31

Parent Reminders

Please keep your children home if they have excessive cough or runny nose.  If your child has had a fever, vomiting, diarrhea or any other contagious symptoms, they must be 24 hours symptom free and no medicine before returning to school. 

Please check your child’s cubby and bring extra clothing appropriate for the weather.

Children's Garden of LaBelle News



During the holiday season, let us remember the most precious gifts: being together, sharing simple acts of beauty and lovingness and fun.  Not all gifts are found in catalogs or websites.  The simple gifts we cherish are always returned!

We would like to wish everyone a Safe & Happy Holiday season from all of us at
Children's Garden of LaBelle!


The week of December 17-21 we will be celebrating the Holiday Season with many activities.

Monday, December 17th: Christmas Hat and Scarf Day!  Wear any festive hat or scarf, you can even decorate your own!
Tuesday, December 18th: Christmas Sock Day. Come to school wearing your Christmas socks.
Wednesday, December 19th Christmas Character Day.  Come dressed as one of your favorite Christmas characters, reindeer, elf, Santa or maybe a gingerbread man!
Thursday, December 20th: Ugly Sweater Contest. Most creative wins a prize.
Friday, December 21st: Christmas Pajama Day.
Kids Christmas


During the holiday season, let us remember the most precious gifts: being together, sharing simple acts of beauty and lovingness and fun. Not all gifts are found in catalogs or websites. The simple gifts we cherish are always returned!

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A Book for Every Day

A fun advent idea to countdown the days until Christmas or Hanukkah or Kwanza. Shop at a children’s consignment store such as “Once Upon a Child” or “Goodwill” to get your books in good condition for only around $1. Also you can get inexpensive books from ordering from our school catalogs through scholastic books.  This is a good alternative to candy.  Promotes literacy and counting!

Cookie Decorating

Children love to help in the kitchen-it gives them a chance learn about math and to be creative! Share recipes with your child that have been passed down to you from your parents.

Have a Christmas Movie Night

Enjoy those holiday classics, your kids will bound to love them! Make some popcorn and spend some time together!


coconut snowballs

No Bake Snow Balls


1 cup granola
1/2 cup peanut butter, all-natural
3 tablespoon honey
1/2 cup crispy rice cereal
1/3 cup coconut flakes


Mix granola, peanut butter, honey, and cereal in a bowl.  Pour coconut on parchment paper.

Drop spoonfuls of peanut butter mixture onto coconut, and roll into a ball, using the coconut to prevent it from sticking to your hands.

We want to thank all of the parents who participated in our Thanksgiving feast by attending or donating toward the feasts.  We truly appreciate your participation.

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On Tuesday, December 11th the children will decorate gingerbread men in their classrooms. Parents do not need to provide anything.

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