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Eden Road KinderCare

Malika Lucas,
Center Director

600-G Eden Rd. Lancaster PA 17601
Ph: (717) 569-0761
Ages:
6 Weeks to 12 Year-Olds
Open:
6:00 AM to 6:00 PM, M-F

SPECIAL DIRECTIONS: "Off Eden Rd. and Crooked Oak Dr." in the Crooked Oak Village

ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS BUSED TO: Brecht, Neff & Shaffer, Manheim School Disctrict provides transportation to and from Nitrauer

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October 2014
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  • 2014 Get Smart Competition for Young Artists and Writers

    2014 Get Smart Competition for Young Artists and Writers

     

    2014 Get Smart Competition forYoung Artists and Writers

    The Pennsylvania Get Smart Program invites all children (up to12 years old) to help build the National Campaign to say “NO!”to germs and “YES!” to being healthy! This involves ideaslike washing your hands (to wash germs away), getting vaccines or “shots” (to help prevent illness), and using medicines called antibiotics appropriately (to fight bacterial infections).

    Draw a picture, design a poster or write a story about keeping healthy!
     

    Here are a few ideas:

    • Make a poster with tips for what to do if

    someone coughs on your toy. Yuck!

    • Write about a classroom where you are sharing

    books and toys, but one day your best friend

    gets sick. What happens? Does she or he go to

    the nurse? Do you wash your hands?

    • Make a drawing of yourself getting a flu vaccine!

    • Show examples of children sick with germs

    that don’t need antibiotics — like colds or the flu.

    They need a Kleenex box and lots to drink but

    no antibiotics!

    • Design a comic book of everything you touch

    in a day that could have germs.

    • Write a poem about how vaccines help keep

    you healthy.

    • Create a germ-fighting hero who uses soap, water and vaccines to fight off germs.

    Deadline for entries iebsite.

    For guidelines, information and

    where to submit your entries, visit

    www.KnowWhenToSayNo.org.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

Mon Oct 27
  • 2014 Get Smart Competition for Young Artists and Writers

    2014 Get Smart Competition for Young Artists and Writers

     

    2014 Get Smart Competition forYoung Artists and Writers

    The Pennsylvania Get Smart Program invites all children (up to12 years old) to help build the National Campaign to say “NO!”to germs and “YES!” to being healthy! This involves ideaslike washing your hands (to wash germs away), getting vaccines or “shots” (to help prevent illness), and using medicines called antibiotics appropriately (to fight bacterial infections).

    Draw a picture, design a poster or write a story about keeping healthy!
     

    Here are a few ideas:

    • Make a poster with tips for what to do if

    someone coughs on your toy. Yuck!

    • Write about a classroom where you are sharing

    books and toys, but one day your best friend

    gets sick. What happens? Does she or he go to

    the nurse? Do you wash your hands?

    • Make a drawing of yourself getting a flu vaccine!

    • Show examples of children sick with germs

    that don’t need antibiotics — like colds or the flu.

    They need a Kleenex box and lots to drink but

    no antibiotics!

    • Design a comic book of everything you touch

    in a day that could have germs.

    • Write a poem about how vaccines help keep

    you healthy.

    • Create a germ-fighting hero who uses soap, water and vaccines to fight off germs.

    Deadline for entries iebsite.

    For guidelines, information and

    where to submit your entries, visit

    www.KnowWhenToSayNo.org.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

Tue Oct 28
  • 2014 Get Smart Competition for Young Artists and Writers

    2014 Get Smart Competition for Young Artists and Writers

     

    2014 Get Smart Competition forYoung Artists and Writers

    The Pennsylvania Get Smart Program invites all children (up to12 years old) to help build the National Campaign to say “NO!”to germs and “YES!” to being healthy! This involves ideaslike washing your hands (to wash germs away), getting vaccines or “shots” (to help prevent illness), and using medicines called antibiotics appropriately (to fight bacterial infections).

    Draw a picture, design a poster or write a story about keeping healthy!
     

    Here are a few ideas:

    • Make a poster with tips for what to do if

    someone coughs on your toy. Yuck!

    • Write about a classroom where you are sharing

    books and toys, but one day your best friend

    gets sick. What happens? Does she or he go to

    the nurse? Do you wash your hands?

    • Make a drawing of yourself getting a flu vaccine!

    • Show examples of children sick with germs

    that don’t need antibiotics — like colds or the flu.

    They need a Kleenex box and lots to drink but

    no antibiotics!

    • Design a comic book of everything you touch

    in a day that could have germs.

    • Write a poem about how vaccines help keep

    you healthy.

    • Create a germ-fighting hero who uses soap, water and vaccines to fight off germs.

    Deadline for entries iebsite.

    For guidelines, information and

    where to submit your entries, visit

    www.KnowWhenToSayNo.org.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

Wed Oct 29
  • 2014 Get Smart Competition for Young Artists and Writers

    2014 Get Smart Competition for Young Artists and Writers

     

    2014 Get Smart Competition forYoung Artists and Writers

    The Pennsylvania Get Smart Program invites all children (up to12 years old) to help build the National Campaign to say “NO!”to germs and “YES!” to being healthy! This involves ideaslike washing your hands (to wash germs away), getting vaccines or “shots” (to help prevent illness), and using medicines called antibiotics appropriately (to fight bacterial infections).

    Draw a picture, design a poster or write a story about keeping healthy!
     

    Here are a few ideas:

    • Make a poster with tips for what to do if

    someone coughs on your toy. Yuck!

    • Write about a classroom where you are sharing

    books and toys, but one day your best friend

    gets sick. What happens? Does she or he go to

    the nurse? Do you wash your hands?

    • Make a drawing of yourself getting a flu vaccine!

    • Show examples of children sick with germs

    that don’t need antibiotics — like colds or the flu.

    They need a Kleenex box and lots to drink but

    no antibiotics!

    • Design a comic book of everything you touch

    in a day that could have germs.

    • Write a poem about how vaccines help keep

    you healthy.

    • Create a germ-fighting hero who uses soap, water and vaccines to fight off germs.

    Deadline for entries iebsite.

    For guidelines, information and

    where to submit your entries, visit

    www.KnowWhenToSayNo.org.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

Thu Oct 30
  • 2014 Get Smart Competition for Young Artists and Writers

    2014 Get Smart Competition for Young Artists and Writers

     

    2014 Get Smart Competition forYoung Artists and Writers

    The Pennsylvania Get Smart Program invites all children (up to12 years old) to help build the National Campaign to say “NO!”to germs and “YES!” to being healthy! This involves ideaslike washing your hands (to wash germs away), getting vaccines or “shots” (to help prevent illness), and using medicines called antibiotics appropriately (to fight bacterial infections).

    Draw a picture, design a poster or write a story about keeping healthy!
     

    Here are a few ideas:

    • Make a poster with tips for what to do if

    someone coughs on your toy. Yuck!

    • Write about a classroom where you are sharing

    books and toys, but one day your best friend

    gets sick. What happens? Does she or he go to

    the nurse? Do you wash your hands?

    • Make a drawing of yourself getting a flu vaccine!

    • Show examples of children sick with germs

    that don’t need antibiotics — like colds or the flu.

    They need a Kleenex box and lots to drink but

    no antibiotics!

    • Design a comic book of everything you touch

    in a day that could have germs.

    • Write a poem about how vaccines help keep

    you healthy.

    • Create a germ-fighting hero who uses soap, water and vaccines to fight off germs.

    Deadline for entries iebsite.

    For guidelines, information and

    where to submit your entries, visit

    www.KnowWhenToSayNo.org.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

Fri Oct 31
  • 2014 Get Smart Competition for Young Artists and Writers

    2014 Get Smart Competition for Young Artists and Writers

     

    2014 Get Smart Competition forYoung Artists and Writers

    The Pennsylvania Get Smart Program invites all children (up to12 years old) to help build the National Campaign to say “NO!”to germs and “YES!” to being healthy! This involves ideaslike washing your hands (to wash germs away), getting vaccines or “shots” (to help prevent illness), and using medicines called antibiotics appropriately (to fight bacterial infections).

    Draw a picture, design a poster or write a story about keeping healthy!
     

    Here are a few ideas:

    • Make a poster with tips for what to do if

    someone coughs on your toy. Yuck!

    • Write about a classroom where you are sharing

    books and toys, but one day your best friend

    gets sick. What happens? Does she or he go to

    the nurse? Do you wash your hands?

    • Make a drawing of yourself getting a flu vaccine!

    • Show examples of children sick with germs

    that don’t need antibiotics — like colds or the flu.

    They need a Kleenex box and lots to drink but

    no antibiotics!

    • Design a comic book of everything you touch

    in a day that could have germs.

    • Write a poem about how vaccines help keep

    you healthy.

    • Create a germ-fighting hero who uses soap, water and vaccines to fight off germs.

    Deadline for entries iebsite.

    For guidelines, information and

    where to submit your entries, visit

    www.KnowWhenToSayNo.org.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

Sat Nov 1

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