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ACTIVITY GUIDE

WINTER 2020 | 2021

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ACTIVITY GUIDE

WINTER 2020 | 2021

Early Education

Early Education

Early Childhood

Enrichment classes for children ages 2-5 to learn and grow.

Explore S.T.E.A.M.

Ages 3-5
STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math) has something for everyone with hands-on activities that enhance your young explorer’s love of STEAM and life-long learning. LA

$55/NR $69
Min. 6/Max. 10

Location: PARC

Winter Wonderland

Ages 2-5

Make the most of the cold weather and get the kids excited about the winter temps by bringing the snow and ice inside!

$15/NR $19
Min. 5/Max. 10

Location: PARC

Be My Valentine

Ages 2-5
Create a variety of heart shaped projects to share ahead of Valentine’s Day. We’ll break out the construction paper, glitter, paint, and glue, and get creative!

$15/NR $19
Min. 5/Max. 10

Location: PARC

Shimmering Shamrocks

Ages 2-5
Learn about leprechauns, four leaf clovers, and the Luck of the Irish. Wear something green to class to get in to the spirit.

$15/NR $19
Min. 6/Max. 10

Location: PARC

Pre-K Spring Break Fun

Ages 3-5
Enjoy fun spring-themed activities with lots of opportunities to hop like a bunny, bloom like a flower, and get very creative! A new theme each day using manipulatives, books, and songs. LA

$95/NR $121
Min. 6/Max.20

Location: PARC

NORTHERN WILL COUNTY sra

SAFETY | FUN | TEAMWORK | INCLUSION | INTEGRITY

ABOUT US

Northern Will County Special Recreation Association (NWCSRA) represents the partnership between Bolingbrook Park District, Lockport Township Park District, Plainfield Park District, the Village of Romeoville, Brookeridge Park District and Justice Park District.

Our mission is to provide meaningful recreation opportunities for individuals with disabilities that enhance their overall quality of life.

INCLUSION SERVICES

NWCSRA works collaboratively with the park district to provide reasonable accommodations to individuals with a disability who wish to participate in a program through the park district. Individuals should be provided the opportunity to participate in recreation programs of their choice in the least restrictive environment. For additional questions regarding inclusion support, contact the Carrie Gascoigne at 815-407-1819 ext. 205.

Join our mailing list: email msiebert@nwcsra.org
Be sure to also “Like” us on Facebook!

Northern Will County Special Recreation Association
10 Montrose Drive, Romeoville, IL • 815-407-1819 • www.nwcsra.org

NORTHERN WILL COUNTY sra

SAFETY | FUN | TEAMWORK | INCLUSION | INTEGRITY

ABOUT US

Northern Will County Special Recreation Association (NWCSRA) represents the partnership between Bolingbrook Park District, Lockport Township Park District, Plainfield Park District, the Village of Romeoville, Brookeridge Park District and Justice Park District.

Our mission is to provide meaningful recreation opportunities for individuals with disabilities that enhance their overall quality of life.

INCLUSION SERVICES

NWCSRA works collaboratively with the park district to provide reasonable accommodations to individuals with a disability who wish to participate in a program through the park district. Individuals should be provided the opportunity to participate in recreation programs of their choice in the least restrictive environment. For additional questions regarding inclusion support, contact the Carrie Gascoigne at 815-407-1819 ext. 205.

Join our mailing list: email msiebert@nwcsra.org
Be sure to also “Like” us on Facebook!

Northern Will County Special Recreation Association
10 Montrose Drive, Romeoville, IL • 815-407-1819 • www.nwcsra.org

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NORTHERN WILL COUNTY sra

SAFETY | FUN | TEAMWORK
INCLUSION | INTEGRITY

ABOUT US

Northern Will County Special Recreation Association (NWCSRA) represents the partnership between Bolingbrook Park District, Lockport Township Park District, Plainfield Park District, the Village of Romeoville, Brookeridge Park District and Justice Park District.

Our mission is to provide meaningful recreation opportunities for individuals with disabilities that enhance their overall quality of life.

INCLUSION SERVICES

NWCSRA works collaboratively with the park district to provide reasonable accommodations to individuals with a disability who wish to participate in a program through the park district. Individuals should be provided the opportunity to participate in recreation programs of their choice in the least restrictive environment. For additional questions regarding inclusion support, contact the Carrie Gascoigne at 815-407-1819 ext. 205.

Join our mailing list: email msiebert@nwcsra.org
Be sure to also “Like” us on Facebook!

Northern Will County Special
Recreation Association
10 Montrose Drive, Romeoville, IL
815-407-1819 • www.nwcsra.org

W-S-2021-Ad-2

Great Beginnings

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PRESCHOOL PREPARATION
Great Beginnings is a preschool preparation program recognizing that children learn best by doing.  Play has a vital role in a child’s early development.  By giving early learners opportunities to  participate in activities that initiate learning and discovery,  develop creativity, and encourage children to interact in a group.  Classes are designed to help children learn and grow in a  stimulating and enriching environment.  Our instructors provide nurturing guidance to all children allowing for easier transitions through parent/child separation anxiety.  Children do not need to be toilet trained for these classes.  It is recommended that classes be taken in order, but children can be enrolled at any level.  All classes, except Great Adventures classes, can be taken  multiple times.

Itty Bitties

Ages 2-3
Itty Bitties focuses on getting the children accustomed to being away from their parents/ caretakers in a caring, nurturing environment. It is designed to introduce a child to follow simple directions, make new friends and learn to share through teacher-directed activities. Parents are requested to stay in the building during this class. (30 minutes, 1 time per week, 6-week session)

$44/NR $55
Min. 5/Max. 8

Location: PARC

Little Explorers

Ages 2-3
Little Explorers introduces children to the classroom setting where they can feel safe away from their parents/caretakers. As there is an increase in class time, there are more opportunities to focus on skills. Age appropriate art, sensory exploration and circle time, following simple step directions while using their listening skills, making choices and taking turns. (60 minutes, 1 time per week, 6-week session)

$88/NR $110
Min. 5/Max. 8

Location: PARC

Big Discoveries

Ages 2-3
Big Discoveries meets twice a week for 6 weeks and provides an emphasis on developing social skills and transitioning from home to school. Participating in circle time, music and movement,
singing and crafts and small group play will help children  prepare for their first preschool class. Children will also work on activities to build the muscles in their fingers to better help with fine motor skills in the future. (60 minutes, 2 times per week, 6-week session)

$176/NR $220
Min. 5/Max. 10

Location: PARC

Great Adventures

Preschool Program
Children will enjoy this program designed to meet their emotional, social, creative and physical needs. Based on the premise that children learn through play, participants will have numerous opportunities to explore, create, discover, problem solve and communicate to encourage appropriate skills and development. 
Caring, nurturing, experienced staff members implement a progressive program using themes to introduce and expose students to colors, shapes, numbers and letters through a friendly, fun atmosphere. A balance of whole group and small group activities encourage academic and listening skills along with social interaction.
* ONLINE REGISTRATION IS NOT ALLOWED FOR THIS PROGRAM.

Please check back after January 15
for more information about registration
and dates for our Great Adventures Information Meeting. 

Finally 3

(toilet training not required) Children must be 3 by Dec 31, 2021 in order to enroll in this class. Learning to master behaviors help children on the path to success. Sitting calmly in a group, taking turns, listening to instructions, following rules and routines, controlling impulsive behavior, and problem solving are the focus. Children will have countless opportunities to learn and grow in this class through play. Finally 3 will give the child their first positive experiences in a preschool classroom and become comfortable separating from parents on a regular basis. You will designate a person to be called to come and change your child, if needed.

Location: PARC

3-yr-old Preschool

(Must be toilet trained)
Children must be 3 by Sep 1, 2021 in order to enroll in this class. Nurturing a 3-year old’s social and emotional growth, participants will learn to follow directions, make new friends and share with others in a group as they participate in daily activities.

Location: PARC

3-4-yr-old Evening Preschool

(Must be toilet trained)

Location: PARC

4-yr-old Preschool

(Must be toilet trained)
Children must be 4 by Sep 1, 2021 in order to enroll in this class. In this program, participants will strengthen relationships with friends and teachers and begin to understand responsibility as they become more self-sufficient and confident in their abilities. Social skills and problem solving are enhanced through daily activities.

Location: PARC

Finally 5

(Must be toilet trained)
Children must be 5 by Dec 15, 2021 in order to enroll in this class. Experienced learners are prepared for a program designed for continued enrichment. Using their own creativity, as well as a variety of structured activities, instructors will encourage children to observe, discuss, create and solve problems.

Location: PARC

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