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July 9, 2010

Doodle Bugs! Friday Five

Happy Friday! We’re happy to share a list of five photos & links, to start your weekend off with a smile: Looking for ways to make fitness fun for your family? Check out this great article: http://simplemom.net/3-simple-outdoor-activities-that-encourage-family-fitness/ Buffalo-area families and faculty: Don’t forget – Mr. Doodle Bug wants YOU to join us for the Old Read More »

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July 8, 2010

March in the Old Home Days Parade

Mr. Doodle Bug wants YOU to join our parade!  Please wear green and march with us in the Old Home Days parade on Tuesday, July 13th. The parade begins at 6:30, but you are invited to join us at 5:45 – just look for the doodle bus! All doodle families, faculty and friends are welcome! Read More »

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July 6, 2010

Doodle Bugs! Team Tuesday: Issue #23

“A dream you dream alone is only a dream. A dream you dream together is reality.” – John Lennon It is always a pleasure to recognize a teaching team that works beautifully together, sharing a vision for the best possible early care and education. Today, we are proud to highlight Brianna & Sarah and Cassie Read More »

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July 2, 2010

Doodle Bugs! Friday Five

Happy Friday! Summer Camp 2010 is off to a great start — we’re happy to share 5 fun photos today, each offering a peek at a fun-filled doodle day. Doodle Day Camp is the perfect place to… Shoot some hoops. (Sports Club, Cheektowaga center) Create an outdoor art gallery. (Penfield center) Block a goal. (Sports Club, Lancaster Read More »

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June 29, 2010

Doodle Bugs! Team Tuesday: Issue #22

Have you heard of the Bug Squad? Every weekend, this enthusiastic group of doodle team members heads out  to a community event near you! Our commitment to building a community of happy children, happy parents and happy teachers extends beyond our centers, to the local communities we serve. You’ll find the Bug Squad — serving smiles & freezie Read More »

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June 22, 2010

Doodle Bugs! Team Tuesday: Issue #21

In anticipation of Pre-K Graduation 2010, this edition of Team Tuesday celebrates the entire early childhood team! Every member of the doodle community is responsible for children’s successful transition to elementary school. For taking that responsibility seriously and working hard to build a community of happy children, happy parents and happy teachers, we say THANK Read More »

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June 18, 2010

Doodle Bugs! Friday Five

“What is one to say about June, the time of perfect young summer, the fulfillment of the promise of the earlier months.” — Gertrude Jekyl Happy Friday! To start your weekend on the right foot, we’re happy to share five fun photos, each offering a peek at a delightful doodle day: Everyone proudly wore red, Read More »

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June 15, 2010

Doodle Bugs! Team Tuesday: Issue #20

Recognizing that our centers’ responsibility to the community extends beyond the children enrolled, Doodle Bugs! is proud to support local charitable organizations. Today’s edition of Team Tuesday celebrates our most recent charitable community connections, the Stroll for Strong (June 5, Rochester) and the Race for the Cure (June 12, Buffalo). Several members of the doodle Read More »

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June 12, 2010

Doodle Bugs! Friday Five

Happy Friday! We’re happy to share five more fabulous photos of the doodle details that made our week delightful! Everyone got a kick out of our year-end Tae Kwon Do demonstrations! (Lancaster) Friends jumped for joy during Doodle Dance & Fitness demonstrations. (Webster) A  game of  ‘Mermaid Says’ made quite a splash! (Orchard Park) The Read More »

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June 4, 2010

Doodle Bugs! Friday Five

Happy Friday! Our curriculum focus on Oceans made quite a splash in our classrooms this week, so we’re happy to share 5 fun photos of fabulous thematic learning experiences – enjoy! Sand, water and seaweed created a slippery, sloppy, super sensory experience. (Cheektowaga) Goggles and snorkels made circle time more fun. (Orchard Park) Every artist added a personal Read More »

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