Bay Library offers unique interactive computer class for preschoolers

On Saturday, March 23, at 11 a.m., Stephanie Sutton returns to the Bay Library to present "Preschool Digital Media." Preschoolers ages 3-5 with a caregiver can explore the sensory motor group through fun, interactive computer time together. They will take a journey combining rapid sensory development, gentle computer introduction and natural inquiries into all things electronic.

Stephanie Sutton, owner and instructor of Digital Animation for Kids since 2007, has been teaching in the Cleveland area for 7 years. She was a technology consultant for 9 years in Atlanta, Pittsburgh and Cleveland, specializing in technical support systems and training. Ms. Sutton holds a master's degree in public management with a concentration in technology from Carnegie Mellon University. She also holds certifications in software ranging from Java to Desktop Publisher and everything in between. Now, she incorporates the best from the myriad of instructors she has worked with over the years into her own classroom learning plan.

Her current projects include digital media classes for students of all ages in animation, video and gaming using the best of the free, educational technology tools that are available and widely used to create programs in digital animation, digital moviemaking, video game creation, 3D modeling, website creation, book trailers and video production.

Join Stephanie on March 23 for this engaging one-hour program with your preschooler that offers fun and educational activities through the latest electronic media. Caregivers will need to sign release forms for themselves and their children attending. Space is limited and registration is required. Sponsored by the Friends of the Bay Village Library.

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