Family Day – February 16th

Family Day is celebrated on the third Monday in February every year; this year it falls on Monday February 16, 2015. This holiday celebrates the importance of families and family life to people and their communities.

Every day is a great day to spend together as a family, but with the distractions of our everyday busy […]

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The Wee Watch Home Visitor

Wee Watch Home Visitors are Early Childhood Educators that are registered and approved by the Ministry of Education. Through their unannounced visit at the Provider’s home, the Home Visitor monitors on a monthly basis to ensure all homes meet or exceed the Day Nurseries regulations. During their visit, the Home Visitor screens to ensure that […]

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Family Literacy Day

Family Literacy Day is on January 27th each year. Family Literacy Day is celebrated to raise awareness of the importance of reading and engaging in other literacy-related activities as a family.

The meaning of literacy has expanded beyond just reading and writing and now includes the ability to use language, numbers, images and the ability to […]

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January is National Bathtub Safety Month

January is National Bathtub Safety Month. The bathtub is something we use every day and probably don’t take the time to consider all the possible safety issues. If you have children in your home it is especially important to keep the bathroom and bath time safe.
Here is a list of the top 5 safety tips […]

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Together Wee Can Celebrate Special Children

As we close another successful year of Together Wee Can , let’s look back at all the wonderful areas our Providers and Children engaged in. Our theme for 2014 was “CELEBRATE SPECIAL CHILDREN”, a concept that fit perfectly to commemorate our special Wee Watch milestone of celebrating 30 years of quality care. It provided a […]

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