Infants and toddlers were treated to a safari themed literacy fair at Kauri Sue Hamilton School as a part of Jordan Child Development Center’s early intervention mission. The festival is an interactive learning experience for the kids; with sensory games, music, and art all themed after the book ‘Giraffes Can’t Dance.’ Each of the fair’s activities is designed to engage children and stimulate learning.
The mission of the Jordan Child Development Center is to provide families with the knowledge and tools to enhance the growth of children. The Center offers early intervention programs to infants and toddlers, under the age of three, with developmental delays, disabilities, or diagnosed conditions. They also provide preschool to 3 to 5-year-old children with disabilities at no cost. For more information about Jordan Child Development Center, go to jcdc.jordandistrict.org.