Lexington Children's Place Grants
The first LCP School Community Grant will create a mobile sensorimotor station of roll out mats that will give preschoolers, with and without special needs, opportunities for motor movements and active play in classrooms, hallways, and therapy spaces, regardless of weather and space constraints.
“The staff and families at LCP are excited about the prospect of working with LEF to enhance our programming with new, innovative ideas and materials,” remarked Elizabeth Billings-Fouhy, Supervisor of Early Childhood Special Education.
“Preschool is an important part of the educational journey for students in Lexington and LEF is proud to support initiatives that the educators believe will result in a more innovative, inspiring and caring learning experience,” offered Raquel Leder, LEF Co-Vice President of School Partnerships.
Building Children’s Social, Communication, and Fine and Visual Motor Skills. Lexington Children’s Place will create interdisciplinary lessons using the Imagination Playground Big Blue Blocks Set that enable both typically developing students and those with developmental delays to develop self-regulation, language, cognition, and social competence through creative, active, engaging play. Project Director: Carissa Parrish (Awarded 2018-19)
School Community Grant
Lexington Children’s Place will create a mobile sensorimotor station of roll out mats that will give preschoolers with and without special needs opportunities for motor movements and active play in classrooms, hallways, and therapy spaces, regardless of weather and space constraints. (Awarded 2018-19)