This isn't all educational but I definitely appreciate them. You offer sheets, you offer cups, you offer milk, you feed my child two meals and two snacks a day! That's amazing! As far as educational, the teacher's are always interactive and show they love and care for our children. The only thing I would like to see more of,,,is exercise and outdoors. I think with 12 toddlers in a classroom it can get kind of crowded so the little ones are limited in the space they run around. I mean run, a short sprint is nothing. a room or the outdoors to be free and to get rid of kid energy. Surely helps them sleep better at night!
Extracurricular, Spanish vocabulary, outside activities, soccer shots, curriculum, differentiation (as available), friendly environment, my child is excited to be there and excited to talk about what she is doing when we pick her up. Communication from the teacher (daily). Camera access (I like to look in when my child has a rough night of sleep to see how they are doing). Food is good as well- there is lot of variety so my child is trying different foods and variations of food.
They're good I guess, but I haven't paid much attention to the details. I'm more concerned with having friendly people who care, clean facilities, and a safety. Teach colors, numbers, letters, and manners and I'm a happy camper.
We love the structured learning provided in a fun environment for our daughter. The themes and planned activities that are correlated keep my daughter interested about learning. We have been surprised to hear her singing the months of the year in spanish and that she can recite the pledge of allegiance by herself at 3 years old. My husband and I love the end of day app update on what they learned that day. It helps us continue that theme at home and talk about it over dinner.
Our children have thrived at Children's Lighthouse and they continue to exceed our expectations with the educational aspect of the center. We know they are getting exposure to many different areas of learning and developing critical social skills as well.
Now that my daughter is in classroom 5 I can see the CARES program in action. She already more readily recognizes colors, numbers and shapes. I’ve always loved the PS2Me and Pb&j programs used to keep us informed throughout the day.
We love the themed weeks with learning one letter and my daughter gets excited even over homework paper to teach us at home her letter. I love that most of the classroom time is learning new things and incorporating the letter of the week. We love children’s lighthouse