Frequent positive warm interactions among adults and children
A curriculum compiled from the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC
) Accreditation Criteria and the Early Learning Content Standards from the Ohio Department of Education
Ongoing assessments of each child’s learning and development with progress being communicated to the child’s family
Planned learning activities and materials appropriate to the childrens ages development and interests
Specially trained teachers
Enough adults to respond to individual children
A healthy and safe environment for children
Regular communication with parents who are welcome visitors at all times
Research shows that children learn best in an environment where they feel loved and approved of for themselves. We respond to the needs of children by providing a child-centered environment in which positive words and actions encourage each child to make choices ask questions grow in self-confidence and self-control develop respect for self and others and feel a joy and curiosity for learning.
We believe that children are naturally curious open energetic trusting and happy. It is our privilege and duty to be sure these qualities are nurtured and channeled in constructive ways.
- Child Ages:
- 6 weeks - 10 years
- Licenses & Accreditations:
- Ohio Department of Job & Family Services- county contract - NAEYC Accredited
- Hours of Operation:
- 7:00 A.M. - 6:00 P.M. Monday through Friday 52 weeks per year
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A belief that the home is the most important factor in a child’s development. We will always strive to support and complement the family in order to promote the healthy development of children and parents.
To provide each child a secure home-like atmosphere not as a substitute for but as an enrichment of family life.
We believe as teachers of young children that we should try to discover and work with each child’s own uniqueness. Accepting all children where they are; accepting their limitations as well as recognizing their potential.
Play is the work of young children and they learn best through direct experience.
Social awareness and understanding are developed through modeling guided conflict resolutions and forming friendships that are active and caring.
To encourage independence and self-direction by helping children learn to make their own choices and decisions.
To provide children a chance to have fun to be happy to be safe.