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Let the Learning Begin event returns to the Bay

Thursday, October 11, 2012   by: Kate AdamsOntario Early Years Centre
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The smartest thing we can do right now, to make a major contribution to Ontario’s future, is to ensure that all Ontario children, have an even handed opportunity to succeed in school, become lifelong learners and pursue their dreams. Our best future depends on it," Dr. Charles Pascal.

Helping children get the BEST START in life is the goal of the 2012 Let the Learning Begin conference which offers over 50 bilingual interactive early learning presentations and displays that support children’s growth and development in many areas including: the arts, science and technology, literacy, music and math, health, physical activity, social and emotional development and so much more.

Featured presentations this year include Science North..“Surprise...Its Science”, an expanded Touch a Truck Event and the very first Physical Literacy Olympics. Local organizations will provide musical and dance entertainment that demonstrates the rich potential for children in North Bay and surrounding communities.

The organizing committee is very grateful for the support of The Learning Partnership, all four school boards, G & P Welding and many other corporate, charitable and community organizations that come together to make this event happen.

October 20, 2012 is Let the Learning Begin Day – don’t miss this fun for families event.

Saturday, October 20, 2012
École secondaire catholique Algonquin
8:30am to 12:30pm
Free for children 0 to 6 and their families. Visit www.letthelearningbegin.ca for all information

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