It’s snowing in San Diego!

To all our Potty Tot Friends in the local San Diego area,

If you are looking for great child care during the holidays there is a great event being held Thursday December 8th to introduce KinderCare’s Winter Camp. Check out all they have to offer.  There will even be snow! See details below!

It’s snowing in San Diego!

Join KinderCare for a morning sneak preview of Winter Camp!  You and your child(ren) will have a great opportunity to spend the morning engaging in a few of the winter science activities KinderCare will offer during its  annual camp.

It gets even better!  Play in the KinderCare snow scene – made with real snow!  We’re making it extra special for the kids and creating a snow-filled playground where they enjoy a really fun morning just for them!

KinderCare’s Winter Camp is specifically designed to offer a balance of fun with learning during school winter break. While introducing kids to activities they love, seasonal camps are a great solution for  parents, who may need to work or catch up on holiday shopping and errands, with a great way for  their child to have fun and learn.

KinderCare Winter Camp is offered for both preschool and school-age children during the last two weeks in December.  From the magic of flight to the science of chemical reactions, children can learn through educational and hands-on themed activities, including “Bubble Trouble,” “Volcano Blast,” “Helicopter Propellers,” and “Balloon Rockets.”  KinderCare’s Winter Camp reinforces key subjects such as language arts; math and science; and creative expression.  This season Camp runs December 19 – December 23.

Date:               Thursday, December 8, 2011

Time:               9:30 am – 11:30 am

Location:         KinderCare

2354 Fenton Street

Chula Vista, CA 91914

About pottytots

I am a mom of three that was having quite a challenge potty training my third child. I tried everything from books on the market to bribing my little one. As a teacher, I knew that I should have something visual that a little one could understand, so I drew my first little potty chart with the 6 essential steps to potty training. When I made the little girl look just like my daughter, she LOVED it. Believing that learning should be FUN, I added some potty humor and some silly songs and we found a formula for success. When I started sharing this idea and making potty charts for friends and family, I knew we had a great idea for a potty training program that could help others. Potty Tots was born!
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