Little Lambs Childcare Development Center

Camps

Child-First Curriculum

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Academics

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​​​Building Bright, Brilliant, Brains For The Future 

We offer a full range of classes that foster your child’s individual growth.


Educational Philosophy
 
The Educational Philosophy of the Little Lambs Child Care Development Center.


Our educational philosophy is child-centered.  Early childhood years are the most formative time in human development.  The foundation for self-esteem is laid, and children learn to adapt successfully to the world.  “We encourage the development of critical thinking skills, creativity, imagination, and self-expression.
 
Our teachers seek to create an environment for learning.  During a typical day, each child spends time in individual and group activities, alternating quieten active times.  There are many kinds of learning:
 
Creative expression: art, humanities, music, movement, and practical living.
Social relationships: small and large group activities and one on one.
Communication skills: puppetry, storytelling, and sharing.
Reading readiness: matching, sorting, letter recognition, sequencing, writing, and language expression.
Math readiness and conceptual skills: sorting sequencing activities, games and number recognition.

Environmental science awareness: nature walks, pets and plants.
Motor skills: movement, climbing, rhythm, dancing and physical fitness.
Enrichment: Field trips and classroom visitors. ype your paragraph here.


Educational Philosophy
 
The Educational Philosophy of the Little Lambs Child Care Development Center.
 
Our educational philosophy is child-centered.  Early childhood years are the most formative time in human development.  The foundation for self-esteem is laid, and children learn to adapt successfully to the world.  “We encourage the development of critical thinking skills, creativity, imagination, and self-expression.
 
Our teachers seek to create an environment for learning.  During a typical day, each child spends time in individual and group activities, alternating quiet an active times.  There are many kinds of learning:
 

Creative expression: art, humanities, music, movement, and practical living.
Social relationships: small and large group activities and one on one.
Communication skills: puppetry, storytelling, and sharing.
Reading readiness: matching, sorting, letter recognition, sequencing, writing, and language expression.
Math readiness and conceptual skills: sorting sequencing activities, games and number recognition.
Environmental science awareness: nature walks, pets and plants.
Motor skills: movement, climbing, rhythm, dancing and physical fitness.
Enrichment: Field trips and classroom visitors.

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