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Welcome to the Bryant Early Education (BEE) Coalition Parent Website! 
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Upcoming Events in Bryant

  • Reindeer Run for Reading! November 16, 2013 - Imagination Library of Saline County presents the 4th annual Reindeer Run for Reading 5K/1K.  Join us at Bishop Park for the exciting 5K Grinch Chase followed by the family 1K.  For the 5K, Grinches hide along the course.  Don't let the Grinch pull your flag! For the 1K, catch the Grinch and get a sticker!  All proceeds go to buy books!  See for details!  
    Posted Jul 15, 2013, 2:52 PM by Pam Toler
  • Imagination Library It's not too late to sign-up for the Imagination Library! When you enroll your child (age 0-5th birthday), this program will send a FREE book to your preschooler every month! You won't want to miss this opportunity. To enroll your child, go to any of the Saline County libraries and ask for an enrollment form.  To find out more information about the Imagination Library and/or to sponsor a child, click here. 
    Posted Jun 23, 2012, 9:00 AM by Pam Toler
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Try this at home...

  • The Name Game Kids love to see their name! When you are teaching your child the letters of the alphabet, starting with the letters in their own name is a great trick! It's the most important name they know.  Also, use the beginning sound in your own child's name to start to teach them beginning sound knowledge. For example, if your child's name starts with a M, like Mike, look around your house to find other things that start with M. You might find milk, mail and mittens.  When teaching your child to write their name, teach them to use an uppercase letter first and then make the rest of the letters lowercase.
    Posted Sep 10, 2011, 8:36 PM by Alicia Atwood
  • Just One More! A great concept for your child to practice is the concept of one more. If your child counts out 5 objects, ask your child how many they would have if they had one more? When your child sees a number when they are in the car, ask them to identify the number. Then, ask them how many they would have if they had one more. When your child masters that concept, try one less!
    Posted Jul 28, 2011, 9:17 PM by Alicia Atwood
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