A morning of magic

Two-year-old Jason McLemore, left, and William Frazier, also 2, try to catch bubbles as they play with Katie Allen, standing, director of Morning Magic, and Amy Nichols, an O2B Kids math teacher and Morning Magic team member. With them are the boys' mothers, Casey Rush, left, Jason's mom, and Monica Frazier, William's mom.

AIDA MALLARD/Special to the Guardian
Published: Wednesday, November 20, 2013 at 3:11 p.m.
Last Modified: Wednesday, November 20, 2013 at 3:11 p.m.

Young children and their parents had a blast with the O2B Kids Morning Magic team during an outreach program held Friday at Library Partnership.

The children enjoyed games and activities, including a puppet show, songs, arts and crafts, and movement activities. Katie Allen, director of Morning Magic, said the activities promote language skills, auditory awareness, fine and gross motor skills, creative thinking, and a parent-and-child relationship.

She said Morning Magic is a traditional O2B Kids program that is being developed as a pilot outreach program offered at resource centers, libraries and community events.

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