Corvette EarlyON Child & Family Centre Together time Program Toy Lending Library Are you a parent, caregiver or grandp...

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Corvette EarlyON Child & Family Centre Together time Program

Toy Lending Library

Are you a parent, caregiver or grandparent with children 0-6 yrs? The drop-in allows children to play, socialize and learn. We provide a variety of early learning activities for children to explore: creative activities, free play, music & rhymes, trips and much more! Monday - Thursday: 9:00-11:30am Monday, Tuesday & Thursday 1:00-3:00pm

Are your children bored with their toys?

Pre/Post-natal Services Growing Healthy Together is a pre/postnatal program offered jointly with Public Health, local Hospitals and other partners. This is a FREE program and registration is required. Please call 416-321-5464 ext 349 for more information.

Babies Morning Out

Babies Morning out is a free interactive drop-in for parents with infants 0-18 months. Join us for songs, rhymes and snacks! On Fridays 10:00-11:30am

Do you find toys expensive to buy? Toys, games, puzzles, CD’s, and books are available for families to borrow. There’s something for every age group Please ask a staff to assist you

Workshop: Type 2 Diabetes Prevention Program: Get more information on type 2 diabetes and prevention tips. Come enjoy our session and learn more about making healthy lifestyle changes and food choices. Where: Corvette EarlyON Child & Family Centre When: Thursday, March 1st Time: 9.30 – 11.30

Childcare is provided for older siblings.

Good Food Box

Buy fresh fruits & vegetables, delivered directly to the Family Resource Centre monthly. Prices range from $13.00-$34.00

Clothing Depot New, and gently used clothes for both adults and children. Items are free of charge. Donations of gently used clothing accepted.

Toronto Public Health

A Nurse will be in the Family Resource Centre on a regular basis. Feel free to ask any health questions you may have, regarding yourself or your child. Please check the calendar, or speak to the staff for scheduled days.

Corvette Snack/Breakfast Club

Parents, the school is looking for volunteers to help prepare snack. If you are able to help out 8:00-8:30am or from 1:00-3:00 pm please call the school for more information at 416-396-6180. Thank you

Contact Details

For more information regarding being a volunteer or about Programs and Services please call Atheline at 416-396-5822

March Calendar Workshop: Type 2 Diabetes Prevention Program, on March 1st from 9:30-11:30am T.P.H. Nurse visiting March 20th, at 10:00am

March Break Activities March 12- 16 Join us for some exciting and fun activities during March break:     

Monday (am/pm) Craft, Sensory and Parachute fun Tuesday (am/pm) Play and learn Hop For Second Harvest Wednesday (am) Creative Craft & Gym Thursday (am/pm) Creative Craft, Music and Movements, fun with cooking Friday: Babies Morning Out: 10:0011:30am. (Siblings program)

Friday 30th Good Friday Centre Closed For more information on programs or services please call the Corvette EarlyON Child and Family Centre at 416-396-5822

Childcare: N.Y.A.D. Centre Preschool (2½yrs-6yrs) Are you looking for quality childcare? We offer quality licensed early learning programs with qualified Early Childhood Educators. N.Y.A.D. also provides early learning programs for preschoolers and before and after school programs. Full time hours are 7:00am – 6:00pm For more information regarding childcare options at Corvette please call Jessica: 416-266-4990. For more information on NYAD: If you are working, or attending school for 25 hours or more per week, you may be eligible for support with your childcare fees. Call 416-397-5437 for more information. After School Care Programs for children 6-12 years After school recreation and care program Mon-Fri 3:10 to 6:00pm cost $4.00 per day, snack included. Please call 416-338-2512 for more information. Financial assistance available through childcare subsidy and “Welcome Policy”

March is Nutrition Month Keep energized by having regular meals or snacks every 3-4 hours. Keep healthy snack and meal choices handy at work, in the car and at home to avoid settling for something less nutritious. Drink plenty of fluids including water throughout the day. Canadian adults do not get enough fiber. Women should aim for about 25 grams of fiber per day while men should aim for approximately 38 grams per day. Achieve this by eating plenty of plant foods - 5 or more servings of whole-grain products and 5 or more servings of vegetables and fruit each day.