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Head Start learn to reduce screen time

  • ANDREW LEIBENGUTH/TIMES NEWS Children with the Child Development Inc. Head Start of Schuylkill County spent time at the Tamaqua Community Arts Center (TCAC) tap into their creative side as they learned the importance of less screen time. This lesson…
    ANDREW LEIBENGUTH/TIMES NEWS Children with the Child Development Inc. Head Start of Schuylkill County spent time at the Tamaqua Community Arts Center (TCAC) tap into their creative side as they learned the importance of less screen time. This lesson is part of St. Luke's Hospital's Live Your Life Campaign. The event consisted physical activities that didn't require the use of a computer, television or digital device. Some of the activities were a scavenger hunt, sidewalk art, imagination play circle and so on. Volunteers with the TCAC, staff of Head Start and St. Luke's employees organized the event. Gavin Reigel, 4, gets pointers from Shaina Hodge, assistant teacher, Head Start.
Published September 28. 2012 05:02PM

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