Work Family Resource Center (WFRC) is a 501(c) 3 non-profit child care resource and referral agency committed
to providing consumer education, child care referrals
and resources to support quality child care.
Time is running out! Friday is the last day to register for our Children's Champion Luncheon. Attend our luncheon April 25th to meet new people and eat great food while celebrating leaders who are making a difference in early education.
We would like to thank the following organizations for their sponsorship:
Salem Smiles Orthodontics
Wake Forest Baptist Health
Allegacy Federal Credit Union
Charities and Womble
Sandridge and Rice
Here's an All-in-One Solution to Sensory Learning
Sensory boards can be a great learning activity for children with autism and even children who are developing in general. It has many great benefits including building cognitive, sensory and fine motor skills. They're also important because they help children build new connections in the brain's pathways.
To create a sensory board all you need is a display board from the store and items that you can find at any dollar store.
Good items would be sand paper, straws, rice and shoelaces. Find items that allow kids to pinch and grab, as well as items that make sounds or have various textures. This is a great and cost effective way to encourage children to learn on their own. See our attempt at creating a sensory board
Did You Know?
Studies show that children who talk in classrooms are the ones who are learning the most. Read more