Children go on Child Day journey at NSCC


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Published on November 21, 2013

Four-year-old Wil Wood (left) and four-year-old Tanner Gogan get up to play the part of the monster in the story that was being read to them by Early Childhood Learning student Mike Allen. 

Published on November 21, 2013

After parading through the different classes the kids sit comfortably and are read a story. Reading the story and providing a story-board related to the story are Early Childhood Learning students Courtney Dowe (left) and Jordanna Beal.

Published on November 21, 2013

The kids were quite enchanted by the stories being read to them. The kids are (from left) three-year-old Easton McWhirter, four-year-old Kalie Oderkirk 18-month-old Olivia Hyatt and three-year-old Jemma Lowther. They are sitting in the laps of Lisa Moore (left) of the Early Childhood Learning Centre, and Early Childhood Learning student Ally Stepner.

Published on November 21, 2013

Kids stop into the office to at the NSCC Cumberland Campus. The kids are: (from left) 18-month-old Amara Mattinson, four-year-old Sarah-Grace Crowley, three-year-old Easton McWhirter and three-year-old Shane Allen. 

Published on November 21, 2013

Kids get off the elevator and make their way to Student Services.

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After checking out the Christmas decorations at Student Services the kids make their way into the cafeteria.

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Amara Mattinson checks out the cafeteria.

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Olivia Hyatt makes her way to a classroom.

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Kids exit a classroom.

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Early Childhood Learning Student Shelby MacPhee has three-year-old Shane Allen in her lap while listening to a story.

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Kids listen to a story.

SPRINGHILL - Students attending the NSCC campus in Springhill had their study load lightened a little on Wednesday during National Child Day.


Children from the Early Childhood Learning Centre paraded from class to class to spread joy and excitement, and then finished off their journey with a storybook session.

National Child day is a day to celebrate children, celebrate family, and is a day to remember that children need love to grow to their full potential.

Geographic location: SPRINGHILL

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