Contact: Joan Whitson, Early Learning Literacy Coordinator,
Early Learning Coalition of North Florida, Inc.
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Students from Melon Elementary School in Palatka enjoy the Mother Goose program put on by the Early Learning Coalition of North Florida in November 2021.
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Early Learning Coalition of North Florida Organizes Series of Mother Goose Programs in Putnam County
During the month of November, the Early Learning Coalition of North Florida put on seven Mother Goose programs at Melon Elementary school in Palatka and three at Crescent City Elementary in their VPK classrooms. The Mother Goose program focuses on teaching children nursery rhymes and the importance of rhyming.
Each child received a free Mother Goose nursery rhyme book and each teacher received a bag of resources relating to rhyming for their classrooms. The kids also participated in acting out nursery rhymes and had fun tapping out the rhythms of the story Miss Mary Mack using rhythm sticks.
The Early Learning Coalition is the leading voice in six counties for child care. ELC works with many other local agencies to ensure that all families have access to quality, affordable child care. Their mission is achieved by leading projects that increase the quality and availability of child care professionals, and advocate child care policies that positively impact the lives of children and families. To learn more about the Early Learning Coalition of North Florida and how to assist in ensuring quality child care for all families, visit us at www.elcnorthflorida.org.