In an early childhood family education class on a recent Friday morning, a group of toddlers appeared to run the show. One young boy sitting at a table near the door stared down a lumpy glob of deep-blue play dough. His mom crouched in a pint-sized plastic chair beside him, watching. Behind him, another student dragged his mom to a shelf against the wall, where he peered into a bucket of toys. Across the room, a mother-daughter pair perused a wall of books.
During circle time, children and mothers said “buh-bye” to there toys and books, listened to their mothers sing “Hello everybody, hello,” as teachers made their way around the circle and greeted each student.
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