Momstown Brampton’s Alphabet Play event is sponsored by Post Alpha-Bits cereal and this month it is all about the Easter theme.
Brampton kids met for our momstown Little Scientists event and proved they can’t wait to outside to do some gardening! The weather wasn’t quite warm enough to go outside today, so instead we had fun experimenting with Clouds in a Jar and Plant Pals.
Brampton moms and kids met at Chapters Brampton for Tales for Tots, one of our favourite programs, sponsored by Scholastic Canada. Subway Mouse, by Barbara Reid, is our March selection and aligns perfectly with our literacy pillar. Joining us today was Bookaboo, our favourite puppy from Kids’ CBC who needs a story a day in order to play.
A story a day or I just can’t play…this is the moto of rock star puppy Bookaboo from the educational and entertaining Kids CBC programming.
To celebrate Dr. Seuss, the momstown theme of the month, Oobleck (otherwise known to us as slime) was the star of the day at Brampton’s Little Scientists event. Together we talked about the difference between a solid and a liquid and what happens when you mix them together.
Would you be friends with someone who was always bossy? See how King Pig learned to eventually make friends with the sheep instead of bossing them around! A favourite Tales for Tots selection by Scholastic Canada.
What’s this ‘momstown’ you’ve been hearing about? We offer not only amazing programming to Brampton families but it’s the support that makes us so different. Read on to see why we’re building a community for moms, dads, grandparents, businesses, and don’t forget the kiddos!