BANANews: This Week at BANANAS

Happy Friday! You are no doubt ready for the weekend, so to help you breeze through the day, here’s a roundup of this week’s highlights:

To kick off March we created a Dr. Seuss-inspired Pinterest board to commemorate the birthday of this classic children’s author. He would have turned 111 on the 2nd! March is also nationally recognized as Women’s History Month, so we compiled a board devoted entirely to the stories of fabulous, fierce women throughout history.

If you missed our latest editions of What’s Happening, check out the Parent’s issue and the Provider’s issue right here! You will find all of our upcoming March and April workshops such as What Great Parents Do, Supporting English Language Learners, and Living with Ones and Twos, and more; spaces do fill up, so be sure to RSVP as soon as possible. Child care is provided at many events too!

Next week we’ll be getting into the St. Patrick’s Day spirit, so come back and visit us for the festivities. And, don’t forget to send all of your parenting and early learning questions to elyce@bananasinc.org so the Bunch can answer them in our weekly column BANANA Bites.

Stay connected online on our Facebook page, Twitter feed, Pinterest boards, Instagram profile, and LinkedIn page!

BANANews: This Week at BANANAS

Happy Friday! We’re wrapping up another excellent week here at BANANAS and in case you missed the latest edition of our Newsletter, the debut of our new column BANANA Bites, or some of our recently added Pinterest boards, we’re bringing them back into the spotlight. In February, we compiled a super collection of activities, books, and crafts to celebrate Black History Month, put together a love-ly board for Valentine’s Day, and discovered new ideas to share the importance of the Chinese New Year. It’s been busy and we wouldn’t want it any other way!

We are looking forward to our upcoming parenting workshops, including Taking the Stress Out of Parenting, New Mom’s Support Group, and Father’s Support Group as well as our trainings for providers such as Preschool Expulsions: Experiences and the Impact on African American Boys and How to Take Care of Children When They Are Sick. Make sure to check back with us next week when we celebrate Dr. Seuss’s birthday (March 2!) and answer more of YOUR questions on our blog. To submit a parenting or child care question, please email elyce@bananasinc.org.

Until then, stay connected online on our Facebook page, Twitter feed, Pinterest boards, Instagram profile, and LinkedIn page!