ELC Activities

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Developmental Screening Days

Developmental Screening is a quick general measure of your child’s development.  Screening helps identify whether your child needs further evaluation to determine if your child has a developmental delay or disability.  Developmental screenings do not diagnose. Screenings provide an overview of your child’s strengths and needs. They can also help parents, caregivers and teachers know how to best prepare children for Kindergarten.

The 3rd Saturday of the month from: 10-12:30 and 1:30-3, we offer free Developmental and Autism Screenings.  Special education attorney, Russell Ching is also available for a free consultation.

Please contact Nancy Murillo to make an appointment.
Download the Developmental Screening Days Flyer – Jan- June 2019 Screening flyer

Learning Lunches

Join us on the first Wednesday of each month for an informational lunch discussion – new topics each month!

Download the Learning Lunches Flyer –Jan- June 2019 Learning Lunches

Monthly Programs

C.A.L.M. Baby:  For ages 0-12 months and their caregivers.  Learn how to support your baby’s brain development as well as simple strategies to help calm you and your baby.

Healthy and Fit Together:  For ages of 3 – 6 years.  Activities include 30 minutes of physical activity that engage both child and caregiver as well as promote healthy meal options, cooking and take-home recipes.

Let’s Get Moving!: For ages 2-6 years.  Come play and strengthen gross motor skills by; throwing, jumping, kicking, balancing, and using flexibility and much more.

Toddler Fun!: Infants and toddlers engage in activities that support all areas of development while dancing, engaging in storytelling and various hands-on, lively activities.

Garden Club: The ELC, in partnership with Master Gardeners and interns from CSUN’s Marilyn Magaram Center for Food, Science, Nutrition and Dietetics, provide weekly hands-on gardening activities as well as lessons on nutrition, overall wellness and sustainability in the ELC Outdoor Classroom as well as the Children’s Garden.  Families are given opportunities to sample and enjoy fruits and vegetables that have been harvested.  Families learn how to grow and take care of plants, take home recipes and engage in arts and crafts activities in the garden. Gardening Club

Seasonal Programs

  • Randy 2
    • Breastfeeding Support Group
    • Food is Fun
    • Fun in the Sun
    • Reading is Fun!
    • Greater Creators
    • Groovy Movers
    • Healthy Teeth Happy Kids
    • Mad Scientist Mondays
    • Sensory Program
    • Sing Along Saturdays
    • Splashin’ Fridays
    • Tranquil Tuesdays

Seasonal Events

    • Spring Equinox
    • Summer Solstice
    • Fall Equinox
    • Back to School Health and Safety Fair
    • Winter Solstice











Schedule is subject to change due to volunteer availability.  We apologize for any inconvenience.


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