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January 21, 2015

SPARK: A FREE Special Event Program for Young Children with Hearing Loss and their Families


January 21, 2015—SPARK: Stories Props Art & Role-Playing for Kids! An innovative, hands-on arts and language series for children with hearing loss, ages 19 months to 6 years old and their siblings and parents. This six-week family-oriented program brings children’s books to life through fun and creative art and story activities, and helps to build your child’s interest in print, story sequence and listening and spoken language skills. Children will hear stories and role-play them using props they make!

Register for SPARK


Clarke SPARK

Winter 2015: SPARK with Eric Carle

Clarke Schools for Hearing and Speech
45 Round Hill Road
Northampton, MA

All sessions are 10 - 11:30 am

Saturday, January 24
Saturday, January 31
Saturday, February 7
Saturday, February 14
Saturday, February 28 (no session on February 21)
Saturday, March 7

Support for this work was provided (in part) by the LEGO Children’s Fund.

If you have any questions, feel free to email .