Mother Goose on the Loose Workshop
Saturday, May 30
9am to 4pm
1620 S. Union St.
Mother Goose on the Loose is an award-winning early-literacy program for
children from birth to age three. It combines music, movement, visual
literacy, language development to help children get ready to read. Even
more important, it helps young children get ready for school by learning
how to focus and concentrate, learning social skills like taking turns,
learning how to express emotions, and developing a love for learning that
will ensure their success throughout their school experiences.
Cost is $35 includes lunch and “5 STARS Hours”
For Registration Call: Child Care Resource & Referral (509) 545-6145
Catholic Family and Child Service: MidColumbia Libraries:
Diocese of Yakima Grow your mind
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- Dr. Betsy Diamant-Cohen
- Baltimore, MD, United States
- Dr. Betsy Diamant-Cohen created the Mother Goose on the Loose ® program while working in Jerusalem in the late 1980s at the Israel Museum Youth Wing Library. She holds a doctorate in Communications Design and a Masters in Library Science. Betsy was named a 'Mover and Shaker' by Library Journal in 2004; her book, Mother Goose on the Loose : a handbook and CD-ROM kit with scripts, rhymes, songs, flannel-board patterns, and activities for promoting early childhood development was published by Neal-Schuman in 2006. Check out her Website at www.mgol.net!