Puddle Jumpers Goals
Two year olds learn and grow in many exciting ways. During the year, your child will increasingly become independent as he/she learns to use the toilet and do things “all by myself.” Your child will become more verbal and consequently, more social. Your child will also become more self-aware as he/she learns that he/she is a separate and unique person with his/her own feelings and needs.
Puddle Jumpers Staff
Hi! My name is Lea Ramuno. I am a full time toddler assistant teacher at FCCC. I attended Community College of Philadelphia and received my Associate Degree in ECE. Before working in a center, I gained some experience for a few years by babysitting part time while I was in school. I also worked in another center to do my practicum and worked in a hands-on atmosphere with the children at the center. I have always dreamed of becoming a teacher. At FCCC, my team recognizes and values the importance of early childhood education.
I enjoy watching the children grow and develop throughout the years.
Hi. My name is Kenyetta Riley. I began working at Friends part time as floater and then in the Quads class. I am currently working full time as an assistant teacher in the Puddle Jumpers room. I have my CDA (Child Development Associate) in child care and am currently a student at Eastern University to get my associate degree in Early Childhood Education. I look forward to working with you and your child/children.
Hello. My name is Brenda Charity and I started working here at Friends Child Care Center in April 2018. I am currently in the Puddle Jumpers classroom as a teacher aide. I have three children, who are all big kids now, ages 12,11, and 9. I love babies and toddlers, which led me to attend College Community College of Philadelphia for a degree in Early Childhood Education. I currently have one more semester of classes to receive my associate degree. I am so excited to have the opportunity to do something I love and enjoy.
Puddle Jumpers Welcome Letter
Puddle Jumpers Lesson Plans