Wishing all our USTC Cranston families a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday! Here’s our weekly newsletter for this Thanksgiving week, featuring highlights of our children’s turkey presentation during their arts and crafts time.
Congratulations to everyone on achieving your Taekwondo belt promotion! Your commitment and hard work have truly paid off!!!
October brought a month of joy with Halloween-themed fun. Kids in the afterschool program enjoyed various arts and crafts, crafting spooky spider webs, puff ghosts, candy men, and more. IIn our science and STEM class, children had the opportunity to participate in the “Spooky Lab Extravaganza,” the “Marshmallow Microwave Exploration,” and the “Candy Corn Melting
We witness the daily expression of children’s creativity in our arts and crafts sessions. It’s a joy to see their diverse abilities in shaping their world. These activities also help improve their hand-eye coordination, problem-solving skills, and the development of fine motor skills. Here are some of the wonderful Autumn creations from the past couple
During our ‘Back to School’ weeks, we kicked off with ‘Apple Week,’ and the following week, we delved into a variety of exciting fruit-themed activities. In our after-school program, children engage in three different daily activities, each in separate group rotations. They have the opportunity to work on Spanish worksheets and enjoy a nutritious snack.
Our childcare program stands out for its unique approach. We offer a well-rounded curriculum designed to stimulate children’s cognitive, social-emotional, and physical development. Through hands-on activities, children have the opportunity to explore different cultures and perspectives, which enhances their critical thinking skills. In addition to our cognitive development activities, Taekwondo is at the core of