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Tyler D’Arcy, a school-age student at Discovery Day Care in Phoenix, is building with Legos.  Tyler is looking at a book called “The Lego Ideas Book, Unlock Your Imagination” which has more than 500 ideas for the kids to build from. Tyler has to make sure he has all the pieces before he starts his creation. Discovery Day Care has openings in the Preschool and School Age rooms. Call for a tour at 695-4838.
Tyler D’Arcy, a school-age student at Discovery Day Care in Phoenix, is building with Legos. Tyler is looking at a book called “The Lego Ideas Book, Unlock Your Imagination” which has more than 500 ideas for the kids to build from. Tyler has to make sure he has all the pieces before he starts his creation. Discovery Day Care has openings in the Preschool and School Age rooms. Call for a tour at 695-4838.

Alaina Hubbell, a school-age student at Discovery Day Care in Phoenix, is helping Maya Cooley (preschool student) make a homemade bird feeder. The girls had unbaked biscuits that they made into a doughnut shape and then spread the bird seed on the biscuit. The biscuit is then cooked and cooled. Later they were able to bring them outside and hang on a tree branch for the birds to eat. Discovery Day Care has openings in the Preschool and School Age rooms. Call for a tour at 695-4838. Discovery Day Care is a program of Oswego County Opportunities Education Services. For more information, visit OCO’s website at www.oco.org.
Alaina Hubbell, a school-age student at Discovery Day Care in Phoenix, is helping Maya Cooley (preschool student) make a homemade bird feeder. The girls had unbaked biscuits that they made into a doughnut shape and then spread the bird seed on the biscuit. The biscuit is then cooked and cooled. Later they were able to bring them outside and hang on a tree branch for the birds to eat. Discovery Day Care has openings in the Preschool and School Age rooms. Call for a tour at 695-4838. Discovery Day Care is a program of Oswego County Opportunities Education Services. For more information, visit OCO’s website at www.oco.org.

 

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