1. Summer Camp Program at Adventures In Learning

    Welcome to our 2011 summer program! We are excited to be offering our special summer camp program to you once again!  There will be all kinds of special visitors and activities like: The Lizard Wizard, O.C Parks, Pony Rides, water play days, special arts & crafts, science & sensory activities and much more! Our summer program begins June 20th and continues until September 2nd.  P…Read More

  2. 2011 Preschool Graduation

      Adventures In Learning's 2011 Preschool Graduation will be held on Thursday, June 16th at 4:00PM at Peppertree Park 230 W. First Street Tustin, Ca     Please Join us Afterward for FAMILY NIGHT   at Chuck E. Cheese's in Orange   All Red Robin's must be picked up from school NO LATER THAN 3:00PM The promotion ceremony will only be about 20 minutes so please …Read More

  3. It’s Time for Sunscreen

    You have already given permission for staff of Adventures In Learning to apply a sunscreen product of SPF 15 or higher to your child, as specified in our enrollment agreement / contract. (See below) Adventures In Learning’s staff has permission to apply a sunscreen product of SPF 15 or higher on children 12 months and older during the months of May through September.  Parents are respon…Read More

  4. Finger Foods for Baby

    What is the age for Introducing Baby Finger Foods - When will Baby be Ready for Finger Food? All babies are different and there is no set-in-stone age for when to introduce finger foods. You should introduce finger foods when you feel that your baby is ready; this may be at 7 months old or when baby is 10 months old. The average age for introducing baby finger food is between 7 and 8 months of age…Read More

  5. Right from the Start

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  6. Early Literacy

      There are many children who go to school ready to read, but there is an ever growing population of children entering kindergarten who have barely even seen a book, much less had the thousands of hours of lap reading, vocabulary building, and positive experiences with letters and sounds that are so essential to learning to read. Reading is central to learning - in school, in the workplace, a…Read More