The Early Childhood Education Centers across HFH shelters have been expanding their wisdom of wardrobes during a recent Clothing Study—part of NYC Public Schools Early Childhood Education Creative Curriculum. “Our goal is to find out what
At HFH Family Residences, families and staff welcomed the beginning of the holiday season with Thanksgiving celebrations. These cheerful festivities are more than just gatherings with friends and loved over delicious food—they serve as a way to engage with HFH families and connect them with their community.
Saratoga’s Afterschool crew unleashed ‘Scary-toga’—a spine-chilling spectacle for their friends and families. Decked in their spookiest attire, the little ghouls and ghosts danced the night away in a fang-tastic performance.
A spooky spin on picture day—the Early Ed kiddos and staff at Prospect Family Residence were dressed to impress for a spook-tacular photoshoot. Saratoga gave us pumpkin to talk about with
The Early Childhood Education Centers at Saratoga and Prospect held their annual Moving Up Ceremonies, celebrating kiddos moving from 3-K to Pre-K as well as graduates who will be attending kindergarten next year. All the students were excited to get dressed up and celebrate this milestone with their
Prospect Early Childhood Education students have been twirling through time as Jazz Explorers diving into the history of Jazz and Swing. From interactive history and music lessons to designing outfits to wear to the "dance," the RiMarcable Music For Arts & Education team brings
Adadoma Bediako, an oral storyteller, visited Prospect Early Childhood Education Center for an interactive lesson on African folktales. The storytelling show formed a part of the children's Black History Month celebrations, which also included lessons on black inventors like Garrett Morgan, inventor of the traffic light. Bediako began the lesson with a folktale