Our philosophy is to have your child gain a joy for society, learning, and to function in today’s world. To be able to get along with their peers and caregivers, interact and learn to like themselves. We want your child to enjoy their time at A Child’s Day and Alphabet Club.
Curriculum goals are designed to:
- Develop safe, healthy habits in young children with an emphasis on proper hygiene, sound nutrition, exercise and physical care.
- Foster positive self-esteem.
- Provide opportunities for creative expression.
- Support the development of social skills such as sharing, cooperation, generosity, and empathy.
- Stimulate cognitive problem-solving skills with an emphasis on the concepts of cause and effect, classification, serialization, space, time, numbers, shape, and colors.
- Strengthen communication skills necessary for listening, reading, writing, and speaking by providing an environment rich in the practical uses of words.
- Enhance fine motor and gross motor skills.
The daily schedules provide for a balance between child-directed and teacher-directed activities, quiet and active time, and inside and outside play.
Children have daily opportunities to read books, use a variety of art media, explore math and science materials, music experience, and work alone or together with friends.
Our centers do not discriminate against any child based on the child’s race, color, national origin, sex, religion, or disabilities. Reasonable accommodation will be made to provide services to persons with disabilities. All children are accepted on a probationary basis. The staff, with parent input will assess your child’s needs to insure that program is able no meet the needs of your child.