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Kinder Camp keeps students engaged

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While many people look forward to sleeping in and relaxing during the summer, our students are staying actively engaged in hands-on activities during our first annual Kinder Camp program.

Young children thrive when they have routines for learning and fun. Through the Kinder Camp program, Voluntary Pre-Kindergarten students at Pathways continue to build on what they learned during the past year so that they are more prepared to enter kindergarten.

Children in our Creators classroom learned about the science behind creating a volcano with vinegar, baking soda and some food coloring. Our next stop will be swimming lessons.

Beth Hatch, Pathways Early Education of Immokalee

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