Preschool camp: Literacy-building activities to get your child talking, interacting and interested in words and reading! Ages 3 ½ to 5. Soaring into Reading: Exploration of science-based concepts to increase and improve reading, and build social and problem-solving skills, for children entering kindergarten or first grade in the fall. Ages 5 – 6 Daily speech/langauge […]
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We are so proud to announce The Fund for Civility, Respect and Understanding awarded The Child Language Center a grant to cover the Talk It Out video series. We are so very grateful for their support.
The day after the defeat of Proposition 302 – and the resulting preservation of voter-protected funds for quality early childhood services supported by First Things First – Channel 13 visited WOW to get a first hand look at its unique program for toddlers and preschoolers with speech and language impairments.
…and so is the Catalina Rotary Speech and Language Clinic. Both were dedicated in a ribbon-cutting ceremony on March 26th, with over 200 friends and supporters joining in the fun. The new Angel Donor Wall and Tiles for Tots were revealed then too, both the creation of ceramic artist Julie Szerena Stein. Right now, WOW […]
We were fortunate to have KUAT’s Arizona Illustrated out for a story on WOW. It aired March 31, 2008. You can see it here or at their website.