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Located at 110 Sherbrooke Street in Sherbrooke school.
Inquiry and play based learning (where we follow the child's interest through play). This way of learning is proven to improve developmental health and well being.
All children ages newborn to 6 years old are welcome. Parents and caregivers are encouraged to follow their child’s lead and immerse themselves in the wonder that children experience through play and exploration. Our environment is designed to foster children’s well-being, belonging, expression and engagement. Children, families and educators are viewed as co-learners, learning with children, about children and from children.
Babies’ Day Out offers a comfortable, fun and inviting atmosphere for parents and their babies up to 12 months of age. At Babies’ Day Out, parents have the opportunity to meet guest speakers, Public health staff and Registered Early Childhood Educators. We plan informal discussions on helpful topics such as infant care, parenting and growth and development that are relevant in the first year with baby. Join us for circle time where we will sings songs and interact with the babies to stimulate brain development and enhance attachment and bonding. Discussion begin at 1:30.
This drop in is an opportunity for In-Home Child Care Providers to bring a group of children. Space is limited so this drop in is reserved for people who provide child care in their homes. Caregivers play an important role in the lives of children/families and have a unique opportunity to support how learning happens. Caregivers are encouraged to participate in the children’s experiences and engage children in active,
creative and meaningful exploration, play and inquiry.
Have you given birth in the last year and experience mood changes for greater than two weeks? Mood changes can include
feeling sad or tearful, loss of interest, changes in eating or sleeping, feeling exhausted but unable to sleep, feeling hopeless, overwhelmed, anxious or angry, trouble bonding with baby. Consider taking part and meet other women who are having a similar experience after baby. To find out more about this group please visit www.sjcg.net or call 807.624.3400 or email
425 Edward Street N., Suite #11,
Thunder Bay, ON P7C 4P7
110 Sherbrooke Street,
Thunder Bay, ON P7C 4R5
T: (807) 624-2379
1625 Lakeshore Drive
Thunder Bay, ON
T: (807) 624-2379