“Parent & Me Busy Bags” offer fun and educational activities for Temecula families
TEMECULA, Calif. — With the nearly year-long COVID-19 pandemic and public health crisis continuing to leave many families with toddlers and pre-school age children not knowing how to spend their many long hours together, the City of Temecula Community Services Department was proud to recently announce the introduction of Parent & Me Busy Bags.
The Parent & Me Busy Bags offer something fun and educational for Temecula area families to do in the form of enriching activities, without the hassle of planning, shopping, and prepping.
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In coming up with the idea, Jessica Walker, an instructor with the Community Services Department, used her experience as a toddler/preschool enrichment instructor to create fun packages that can be mailed directly to your home.
Registration is available for one or multiple months and packets will be mailed out the first week of every month. The packets will include four busy bags with instructions for each project.
Activities change each month and will encourage your child to work on skills such as hand-eye coordination, fine motor, alphabet recognition, counting, shape and color recognition.
These activities will be reusable, so children can play with them over and over again.
The City of Temecula’s Community Services Department recently announced the introduction of Parent & Me Busy Bags, which offer fun, educational, and enriching activities for Temecula area families with toddlers and pre-school age children.
If you are looking for in-person activities, the City of Temecula Community Services Department has a variety of classes for a variety of ages that are constantly being evaluated and planned in accordance with current State and local safety mandates.
Current in-person classes are held outdoors and include Pre-K Fitness Fun Class, Ballet Folklorico, Field Hockey, Glitz Cheer, Karate, Pickleball, and Tennis. Updates on classes and newly added classes are posted online regularly.
For more information, please visit TemeculaCA.gov/TCSD to register for a Busy Bag or for more information on other classes. For additional questions, please contact the Classes Team at Classes@TemeculaCA.gov or (951) 694-6480.
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