A Very Colorful Lesson

Infants and toddlers enrolled in LVCC’s center at Liberty High School (Bethlehem) enjoyed an afternoon of body painting with their parents and teachers. Wearing only a diaper, the children were encouraged to crawl through the safe, washable tempera paint and onto large sheets of paper. Children who are not yet able to crawl were able to explore this activity with the help of parents and teachers, who gently placed the child’s hands and feet in the paint and then pressed them onto the paper. Not only does the activity support Pennsylvania’s early learning standards, but more specifically, the colorful lesson gives children a great way to experiment, learn cause and effect and discover different colors.


Ooey Gooey Good Time

The students enrolled in LVCC's after-school program at Wilson Elementary School spent an afternoon making ooey, gooey slime with The Da Vinci Science Center. Visit us on YouTube to see all the slime-making fun!


Pre-K Rocks

Students enrolled in the Pre-K Counts class at LVCC's Fowler Center (Bethlehem) spent the last few evenings gathering rocks with their families. The children observed and identified characteristics of the rocks in their collection. "This is a smooth, round rock." "This rock is grey and rough."

In class today, the students shared their rocks with their classmates and then created a rock garden next to the playground.


New YouTube Video

Have you seen LVCC's new recycling video on YouTube -- it's YouCute for words! Check it out!