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Sign up for upcoming Born Learning Academy

Any Adair County parent that is pregnant or has a child under the age of 5 years is invited to join the ONLINE Adair County Bornlearning Academy. The Bornlearning Academy is a series of family workshops for parents of children not yet enrolled in Kindergarten, where parents learn how to turn everyday moments into learning opportunities.

Jodie Stephens will be our Virtual Teacher for these sessions and the participants will pick up their packet of information from me by drive thru prior to each session. They will also receive many nice items (book, ingredients to make a special recipe, and other door prizes).

Because parents are a child's first and most important teacher and we want to form early partnerships with families that help prepare children for Kindergarten. You will receive valuable information that can help you prepare your child for future school success. Limited space is available. Door prizes and gifts will be given out to the first 24 who register!

How do I register to attend? Contact the Family Resource Center at Adair County Primary Center by calling 270-384-9752 or by sending an email to

  • Virtual Sessions 1 and 2: Thursday, January 21, 2021
    Series Overview: Translating early learning research into easy-to-do activities. Building Relationships: Test your knowledge, Are you Baby Smart? Child Care Checklist

  • Virtual Sessions 3 and 4: Thursday, February 18, 2021
    Ready to Read! Building Your Child's Language Skills: Learn ways to make reading fun and how to connect with songs and games. Nutrition and Health: Healthcare, Nutrition and Sleep

  • Virtual Sessions 5 and 6: Thursday, March 18, 2021
    How Children Learn: Brain development, Ages and Stages. Routines and Learning on the go: Morning, After Work and Bedtime

  • Drive Thru Graduation: Thursday, April 15, 2021
    Parents will be recognized and receive a certificate for participating in the program.
This program is brought to you through funding from the United Way Bornlearning Academy

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