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Child Care Centre Pre-K learns about special needs children

Halifax Community College Child Care Center Pre-K teachers Debbie DeLoatch and Leyetta Cole completed a unit on “Children with Special Needs” the week of Jan. 24. During the unit, the teachers shared information with their class about children with special needs. Students learned about children with disabilities including blindness, deafness, diabetes, asthma, and children in wheelchairs. They focused on the things that all children have in common, and that all children are special with or without special needs.

 

 

 

The HCC Child Care Center Pre-K class learned about children with special needs during the week of Jan. 24. Pictured on the front row from left, Brenna Swindells, Marissa Swindells, Alexa Swindells (in wheel chair), Jayden Jennings, Karson Wiltsie; second row, Camden Massey, Madison Belgreat, Chinaza Onuorah (pushing wheel chair), Janiyah DeLoatch, Kassidie Pleasant, Jacob Crawford, Hayden Pearson; back row, Leyetta Cole and Deborah DeLoatch, pre-K instructors, and Priscilla Mason and Michelle Fields, HCC Early Childhood Program students.