Anna Bing Arnold Child Care Center

Preschool in Los Angeles, CA 90032

2301 No. Levanda Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90032
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Founded in 1968 the Anna Bing Arnold Childrens Center provides early care and education services for the Cal State L.A. campus community. The Center serves children from infancy through kindergarten is accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children and is licensed by the California Department of Health and Social Services.

Licenses & Accreditations:
California Department of Social Services: Community Care Licensing Division - NAEYC Accredited
Children per Teacher:
Infant: 3/1, Toddler: 4/1, Pre k: 6/1, Afterschool: -/-
Hours of Operation:
7:30 - 5:30

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The program practices at the Children’s Center are based on our beliefs about how children learn and should be treated about the importance of families to a successful school environment and about the role of teachers in making it all happen.

Central to our philosophy is our view of children as curious competent and capable learners who are active participants in constructing their knowledge of the world.
We believe that each child is unique and deserves respect consistency caring and challenge as they grow. Further we believe that:

  • Children develop at their own pace they do not acquire knowledge by force. They are motivated by their own desire to make sense of their world.
  • Children learn through interactions with others and through exploration of their environment. Play provides this interaction and exploration and is the natural mode of learning for the young child.
  • Children learn self discipline as they learn respect for themselves others and their environment. Pride in their abilities family and culture adds to their developing self esteem.
  • Children need a balanced program which fosters independence choice and challenge. They also need structure and well defined limits in order to feel secure.

Young children’s developmental tasks are to build trust learn social skills construct their knowledge of the physical and social world and develop positive self esteem. These tasks are best supported by a program that provides developmentally appropriate activities well trained and consistent staff and a safe healthy and challenging learning environment.


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