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Grow and Go: Learn together, play together with pictures of caregivers smiling holding young children

Grow and Go


There is no substitution for social opportunities for young children. They need experiences that allow them to watch, listen, explore, and learn and family-friendly settings such as Grow and Go check all of those boxes. 

Learn together, play together: Where families bloom. Community Children's Center

Woman holding young child up in the air, both laughing

What is Grow and Go?

Beginning in June 2022, the early childhood team at Community Children's Center started thinking about increasing opportunities for families with children birth to five. It began with three sessions of BLOCKFest and has evolved into Grow and Go, a community-wide collaboration to provide young children diverse ways of playing and learning. Each one-hour playgroup will highlight an activity or showcase an early childhood professional, giving little ones and their caregivers freedom to explore and interact. 

How does Grow and Go support families?

Caregivers are every child's first teacher but we know that there is always room to grow and more to learn. Joining for a Grow and Go playgroup may serve to reinforce those activities already happening at home, giving children opportunities to build upon experiences and strengthen the cognitive and emotional connections already present. Additionally, when new activities are presented, such as singing an unfamiliar song or fingerplay, curiosity peaks and new connections begin forming. Caregivers will leave with ideas to enrich their child's day and resources to tap into, all of which are powerful pieces of the early childhood journey. 

How do I stay connected?

Follow Community Children's Center on Facebook for updated information about Grow and Go, including dates and topics as well as reschedules or cancellations. For questions or an interest in participating as a featured host, please contact Erin Lawrence,

PLAY is how children learn how to learn. Susan Linn, The Case For Make Believe

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