You’ve heard it once and you’ll hear it again: the children are our future. The reason that this phrase is used so frequently is because it’s true! If we want the future to be bright, we need to make sure that our youngsters get the education and care (and don’t forget fun) that they need in their early years. Here at Compass Learning Center, every single member of our staff is committed to providing the ultimate care for the children that we look out for and do our best to ensure that they are fully prepared for the years to come (kindergarten, elementary school, middle school, oh my!).
First we would like to welcome you to our blog! We’re so excited to let you guys know a little bit more about our preschool and child care centers in Coon Rapids and Blaine, as well as some helpful tips, games, and advice relating to your child and their development. This first post will let you know a little bit more about the programs that we offer and why your child will just love being a part of our daycare and/or preschool! If you would like any further information or are hoping to enroll your child in one of our early childhood programs, please feel free to reach out to us today!
So, what really makes the perfect child care center? Is it a comfortable and fun environment, education courses tailored to the children’s abilities, good snacks? Sure, those certainly help, and we’re proud to say that we provide all of the above, but what really makes a child care center excel is a staff that not only cares deeply about the children, but also knows how to teach them and look after them. We know how important it is to have a dedicated staff, so we make sure that every single person that we hire is trustworthy, friendly, and right for the job. No matter who is looking after your little kiddo, you can rest assured that they are in good hands.
As soon as a child is born, their brain begins working tirelessly trying to figure out and understand this crazy world that we live in. It is so important to help them on this journey and encourage them to keep learning, questioning, and exploring. Our Young Explorers program is for the little bitty ones not quite ready for preschool. It begins with our infant care. In this classroom they will be learning the basics such as the sound of their name, tummy time, sitting up on their own, and even “taking steps” towards crawling and eventually learning how to walk!
Next comes Transition Day Care. This is an incredibly important stage in which we start getting them adjusted to a group schedule instead of an individual one so that they will be ready to play with the big kids! While it is very similar to our toddler classes, the children still have the infant care setting so that they aren’t intimidated or overwhelmed.
For the kiddos who are 22-33 months old, they will be in our Toddler Child Care classes. Here we will work to expand their vocabulary, enhance their social skills with their classmates and their teachers, and also how to become more independent, including the big step of learning how to go potty on their own!
All of these stages are incredibly important to the development of your child and will help to get them ready for preschool. Not only are these classes educational, but we promise that they will be having a blast every day they come as well!
A child’s imagination is an incredible thing. They can turn a cardboard box into a spaceship and a stick into a magic wand, they can be cowboys and firefighters, superheroes and princesses, all by using their wonderful minds. It is so important for them to use these powers of creativity for so many reasons including cognitive skills, social skills, and so much more. That is why it is so important to encourage them to do it. Here at our child care center, we not only are teaching them the foundations of education but also let them play and use their imaginations. This is not only a blast for them, but is also great for their childhood development.
Our preschool classes are to help get three, four, and five-year-olds ready for kindergarten. We go above and beyond to make sure that they are getting the education and fun that they need to be fully prepared for the next step. Class begins in a pretty low-key fashion by letting them have their meals and take a nap (why isn’t nap time still a thing in adulthood?) but from 9:30 to 11:30, the gears are really set into motion. As a group, they will go to different stations to learn and have a good time. This includes:
Incredible Place To Work
The children aren’t the only ones who have a great time here at Compass Early Learning. Every member of our staff is here because we love children and we want to help them through this important time in their life. If you are looking for a job in child care and/or preschool, then please don’t hesitate to give us a call. We are always looking for motivated, friendly, and talented people to join our team!
Prepare The Children For The Future
There is a reason that nine out of ten parents who come to visit our child care center and preschool end up enrolling their child. Not only because we have fun, safe, and clean environment for the children, but also because it’s evident from the get-go that our staff is so incredible. We truly care about every child that we look after and want to help them get ready for their future. From the adorable infants to the rambunctious five-year-olds, we are here for them every step of the way. Our child care center is located in Coon Rapids, but guess what? Our second location in Blaine is just about to open its doors! If you would like to learn more about Compass Early Learning or are hoping to enroll your child or children, then please do not hesitate to contact us today.
There has been an ongoing discussion amongst the parents of infants and toddlers about whether pre-k education is a valuable asset or not. Some go so far to say that it is only a way for their children to be cared for while they go to work or run their errands throughout the day. This is sad for us at Compass Early Learning. Every day our staff works tirelessly to help prepare the children under our care for their future, and you wouldn’t imagine how much they actually learn and progress every single day!
In fact, some refer to pre-k education as the “most important year of learning” for the young ones. In this blog post, we’ll give you just a few of the many reasons why having your child enrolled in pre-k classes is so beneficial for them. We are proud to provide day care and preschool classes in Blaine, and are so happy to announce that we have opened our new location in Coon Rapids! If you have any questions or are looking to enroll your child in one of our child care classes, please don’t hesitate to contact us today!
Getting Them Out Of Their Comfort Zone
Many parents decide to opt-out of pre-k classes for their child because they feel like the care and lessons that they are getting at home are just as good as the ones that they will receive in a child care center. We are in no way questioning the parenting skills of these parents, but there are things that they will learn at our center that can not be taught in the comfort of their own home. For one, they may listen to you and follow your directions very well, but that doesn’t necessarily mean that they will listen to a teacher or another elder once they enter kindergarten. Your child needs to learn how to step out of their comfort zone and learn to interact with the world outside of their home. If this is not established before they start kindergarten, class might be very scary and hard for them to understand or adapt to.
Speaking of getting them out of their comfort zone, it is really important for your child to have the social skills they need to make friends and get along with their classmates as they begin kindergarten. While they may get along with their neighbor friends or younger family members, that doesn’t necessarily mean that they’ll be able to mix in comfortably with a class full of strangers. That can be very frightening for them if they are not used to being in groups similar to that environment. Many kindergarten teachers agree that having social skills when they first begin class is one of the most important traits for them to have to succeed. And these skills don’t just relate to the classroom setting, but everywhere that they go where they will encounter children that they don’t know of the same age.
They Learn To Follow The Rules
While there are many similarities, house rules are not the exact same as the rules of the classroom. For example, sharing with their classmates is very important in school, and especially if your little one is an only child, they may not be very good at sharing, especially with a classful of children. In our pre-k classes, the children learn about not only the importance of sharing but also how to follow rules from someone other than their parents. Specifically their teacher! This will be an important trait for them to have throughout their lives.
Here at Compass Early Learning, we think that it is incredibly important not to just help the children to learn such lessons taught through STEM, but also to help them nurture and explore their own creativity. Letting the children learn what they can create through arts and craft, or expanding their imagination through role-playing activities, isn’t only a blast for them, but also teaches them many lessons that will be beneficial in their future. Kids have an incredible amount of imagination, and it’s important to support them with it. This will not only help them discover the magic of art and music but also has other benefits such as problem-solving and while playing with their classmates their social skills will also strengthen.
While it may be intimidating and scary for them at first, your child will quickly learn that being a part of our pre-k classes is a whole lot of fun! They’ll meet new friends, play awesome games, learn interesting things, and so much more! We want the children to learn, of course, but we also want them to have a good time!
Preparing Them For Their Future
Maybe the most important part about pre-k education is that it will help each and every student be more prepared for the future. By starting them out early, your child will learn a variety of life lessons to help them get ready for whatever might be in their path. They will have a head start on their education and won’t be as scared to begin their kindergarten courses.
If you have an infant or toddler and are looking for child care in Coon Rapids or Blaine that truly cares about furthering the education of their child as well as the child’s comfort and creativity, then what are you waiting for? Contact Compass Early Learning Center today to get them started!
Your child is the light of your life and you will always be there for them, although, maybe not always physically present. It can be pretty darn scary for your child if they are just beginning pre-K classes. They are so used to having you around for comfort and protection, that when they suddenly find themselves in a new environment with children and teachers that they have never met before, it can be difficult for them to find the confidence to make friends. Don’t worry! This is completely normal and they’ll find their way in time, but there are a few things that you can do to help them.
In this blog post, we’ll provide a few tips for parents looking to help their child make friends with their classmates. If you have any questions or you are looking to enroll your child in one of our classes at our child care center in Coon Rapids, then feel free to contact us today!
Be An Example
Your little one learns and develops a lot of their traits and tendencies through watching you. You are their hero! That being said, you have to lead by example when it comes to socializing with other people! It doesn’t matter if it is a family member, a good friend, or a complete stranger, your child is always taking mental notes so make sure that you are being courteous and respectful to everyone that you encounter and teach your child how to break the ice and be friendly with those around you.
If your kiddo is having a hard time becoming buddies with the others in their class, it can be incredibly discouraging and will have them dreading the next time that they go. They might stop trying to make friends, thinking that maybe it’s just a lost cause. As you know, this is not true! You need to make sure that you continue to encourage them when times get hard and let them know that things are going to look up.
One of the most important things that you can do for your child’s mental development and social skills is to listen to them. Make sure that you hear them out when they speak about the struggles that they are going through and that you offer them words of advice on how they can overcome their struggles.
Teach Them To Be Polite
It is so important, not only at an early age but all throughout their lives, for your child to know to be polite with the people that they meet. One crucial aspect of this is the act of sharing. Teach them how to share their possessions, if they have siblings then this is a great way to do it! Students in our child care classes make friends much easier if they are not possessive over their toys or other items.
Soon your child will realize that making friends isn’t as scary or as difficult as they convinced themselves, and then they will realize the wonders that come through friendship. If you would like to learn more tips or have questions about child care in Coon Rapids, then contact Compass Learning Center today!
When it comes to your child’s education, it is so important for you to encourage them to work on their reading and writing skills. There are so many benefits that come with being an avid reader. Their classes will be easier, they will be preparing themselves for their future careers, and best of all, they will have a hobby that is enjoyable and can basically be done anywhere! It’s best to start them reading as early as possible, however, as many parents realize, it can be a little bit tricky encouraging them to pick up a book. Especially these days with tablets and smartphones everywhere! Compass Child Care in Coon Rapids and Blaine is here to help! While you can rest assured that while they are under our care, your little one will be in a fun and safe environment that will promote enhancing their reading abilities, but we would like to provide you with some simple yet effective tips to get your child’s nose in a book!
If you have any questions about our child care facility or the classes that we teach, please don’t hesitate to give us a call today!
Create A Reading Nook For Them
As you are certainly aware, it doesn’t take much for your child to create an environment that they are comfortable in. Whether it is draping blankets over the backs of the dining chairs or stacking the couch’s cushions in a strategic way, creating forts is a favorite activity for children of all ages. Why not encourage your young one to build their own little reading nook? It doesn’t take much, and it might be all they need to relax and settle down with a book.
Be A Good Example
Your child is picking up on things every single day, and since you are one of their heroes, you can count on them to follow your lead. If they never witness you get into a book, it is likely that they aren’t going to be highly motivated to read themselves. Make sure that you are being a good example and showing them how enjoyable it is to read. Set aside some time every single day where the two of you sit down and read, even if it is just for thirty minutes!
Let Them Read Everything
Books aren’t the only thing that you should have them read! Anything helps improve their reading skills! Let them read through the mail, get them children’s magazines, even have them go through a cookbook! While on the road, have them read out road signs, license plates, billboards, etc.
Bring Them To The Library
The library is, of course, a treasure trove of reading material. Make a little field trip out of it, and spend the day at your local library with your child. Let them explore the books on their own and read whatever book catches their eye. Just make sure that the books they are choosing are appropriate for their reading level. If they already are struggling to get through a book, they will become even more frustrated if they try to get through a book that is a little bit beyond their current abilities.
Talk With Them About What They Are Reading
When your child finishes the book that they are currently reading, or even just a chapter, make sure that you talk with them about it. What was their favorite part? Favorite character? Have them give you a brief synopsis of the book. This will go a long way in helping them improve their reading comprehension skills and will also be a great family activity.
Surround Them With Reading Material
The most important thing for you to do aside from supporting your little one’s reading is to make sure that they have a plethora of options! Make it as easy as possible for them to have access to reading material. Let them know that reading isn’t just something to be done at school, but can happen wherever they may be!
If you follow these simple tips, it’s a sure thing that you will have a little reader on your hands! At Compass Learning Center, we will make sure that we are encouraging their reading habits as well! If you would like to learn more about our child care centers in Blain and Coon Rapids, feel free to contact us today.
As any parent knows, it can be incredibly difficult to drop your kid off at the child care center. They are your whole world, and if they aren’t used to being away from you, it can be pretty distressing. But the fact of the matter is, they have to get used to it! It’s just a part of life and growing up. However, separation anxiety can be really difficult to cope with, for parents and for the child. In this blog post, we will provide you with a few tips to help your child deal with the situation and realize that it really isn’t so scary being away from you. If you have any questions about child care in Coon Rapids, Blaine, Isanti, or East Bethel or you are looking to enroll your child, then please be sure to reach out to us today.
What Is Separation Anxiety?
It should come as no surprise that your kiddo feels safe and comfortable around you, so when they are left somewhere without you (like at daycare), it can be a pretty jarring experience. Separation anxiety can begin as early as infancy, and can last all the way through their preschool years. While there can be varying degrees of anxiety, most often children will throw a tantrum that includes crying, becoming extra clingy, or even throwing random objects.
It is important for you to acknowledge their struggles, but not to support these erratic behaviors. If you decide to change your plans and stay with them, it will only encourage them to do it again next time since they will believe that they can always convince you to stay around. It is so important that your child begins to understand that they can’t always be with you. Once they realize that it isn’t so bad without you, they’ll begin to work on their social skills and won’t be so scared next time they are dropped off at our daycare center or any other activity.
While it is obviously the fear of being away from you that causes separation anxiety in your child, there are a few underlying causes that can make the situation even worse for your little one. These include:
Stress – The world can seem like a pretty wild place for your child as they are growing up. Just trying to understand the way things work can be pretty daunting for them, especially if they are undergoing extra stress in their lives. This could include the loss of a loved one (including a pet), if you have moved recently, or if you are currently going through a divorce. All of these are triggers that can cause separation anxiety disorder.
New Surroundings – Your child likes having a regular routine and being in places that they are used to and feel comfortable in. If they suddenly find themselves in an unknown area, this can cause them to feel lost and out of place. New surroundings are a major cause of separation anxiety. It’s important for you to teach them that exploring new places is actually exciting and a part of life.
Overprotective Parenting – We know that your child is your world and you will do everything that you can to help them feel safe. Unfortunately, being extra protective of them can be a detriment to their growth. Of course you always want to be there for them, but it is so important to let them journey out on their own and discover new people and places on their own.
What Can You Do?
As a parent, it can be extremely difficult watching your child struggle with separation anxiety. The good news is, there are a variety of things that you can do to help them through it. It is also important to remember that it is only a phase and they will realize pretty quickly that they are completely fine when you are not around. One of the most important things that you can do is listen to them and respect their feelings. While it may not seem like a big deal to you, they might think otherwise. Talk with them about what they are going through and make sure that you are supportive. You also want to be sure to remain calm throughout the situation. You are your child’s hero and they are learning so much just by watching how you react to certain problems. Be a good example for them so that they will follow your lead. It is also great to provide them with small rewards/positive reinforcement when they behave appropriately.
Reach Out To Us!
If you would like to learn more about Compass Learning Center or are looking to enroll your child in our daycare program in Coon Rapids, Blaine, Isanti, or East Bethel, then don’t hesitate to contact us today! We provide a fun and safe environment for your child to learn and grow and are looking forward to meeting your kiddo!
Some out there (likely without kids of their own) have a misconception that pre-kindergarten education isn’t incredibly important. What could children learn at such a young age anyway? Shouldn’t they just be playing and having fun? Of course they should be having fun, but the reality is, early childhood education is crucial to their development. Everything that they are learning before kindergarten will become the foundation of how they learn and handle their classes in their future. If they don’t have a solid educational base, their classes will be intimidating to them and they may find themselves behind their classmates.
Here at Compass Early Learning, we want to help. We not only provide unparalleled child care so that your child is safe and comfortable when you are away, but we are also proud to include a STEM curriculum in our teachings. But what exactly is STEM and why is it important? That’s what we will be discussing in the blog post! If you have any questions or you are looking to enroll your little adventurer in our child care center in Blaine or Coon Rapids, then go ahead and contact us today!
What Is STEM?
It is unlikely that you haven’t heard someone reference STEM education or have seen toys labeled as “STEM toys,” but unless your child has already been a part of a STEM program, you probably have some questions about what it really is. To simplify the program’s focus as much as possible, you can look at the words that make up the acronym: Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math.
The world that we live in is constantly evolving, and these four topics are at the forefront of innovation. Science is all around us, technology obviously plays an important role in our lives, engineering is the reason that we have roads, bridges, and even spacecraft, and mathematics are involved in nearly every single occupation and everyday tasks. STEM-based education programs are designed to provide students the tools that they need to succeed in the future. It involves hands-on activities as well as letting the young ones gain real-world knowledge in their classes.
However, STEM education is so much more than that! At our child care center, we provide a fun and educational environment that encourages the children to be observant and ask questions about the world and how things work. This is so pivotal to their early childhood education and will help them to be one step ahead in their lives. We’ve said it before and, more than likely, we’ll say it again, but the children are our future, and giving them 21st-century tools and knowledge will be so critical for them. The following quote from the National Science Foundation hits the nail on the head:
“In the 21st century, scientific and technological innovations have become increasingly important as we face the benefits and challenges of both globalization and a knowledge-based economy. To succeed in this new information-based and highly technological society, students need to develop their capabilities in STEM to levels much beyond what was considered acceptable in the past.”
What Are The Benefits For Your Child
There are so many benefits that come with enrolling your child in a STEM program. This is the reason that it is increasing in popularity year after year and more and more schools and child care centers are adding it into their curriculum. Here are just a few of the nearly endless benefits of STEM education:
STEM Education Doesn’t Have To Stay In The Classroom
The things that your child will learn through our STEM curriculum will travel with them wherever they go, and the best part is, you can help them with it and learn a thing or two yourself! Try adding some STEM activities to your time at home and when you’re out on an adventure. If you would like to learn more or are raring to sign them up for our child care center in Blaine and Coon Rapids, then simply give us a call today!
Perhaps one of the most challenging and frustrating aspects of parenting young children is finding the right way to discipline them. If you are the parent of multiple children, then you already know that what worked so well for your first child may have absolutely no impact on your second or third child. With that in mind, we’ll look at some of the most helpful tips for disciplining toddlers in part one of this series. Hopefully the variety of ideas we cover will provide some solutions for you as you seek to raise a well-mannered child.
At Compass Child Care, we know that teaching children how to behave is an important part of their success as they interact with others. Our teachers and staff work to create a structured environment where your little one can learn, play, and socialize with other toddlers. Contact us today to schedule a tour at one of our three locations in Coon Rapids, Blaine, or Isanti. We look forward to meeting you!
1. Choose Your Battles
This tips is definitely easier said than done. One of the reasons that young children learn the word no before almost any other word is probably related to the fact that they hear it more than any other word. With that in mind, try to avoid saying “no” all day long, as this will diminish its effectiveness. Instead, try to categorize behaviors into large, medium, and not big enough to worry about. When your toddler does something that falls into the latter category, simply ignore the behavior and they’ll stop soon, when they see they don’t get a response or reaction from you.
2. Prevention Is Key
When there are expensive, nice, or fragile objects within a young child’s reach, it is only a matter of time before they are damaged or broken. Make sure to place these types of items on higher shelves or cabinets until your child is old enough to understand how to treat them.
On nights when your family wants to go out for dinner, aim to arrive at the restaurant before the normal dinner time rush. This will ensure that you have very little wait time before being seated, ordering, and receiving food. Hungry children are not patient, and this preventative step should eliminate a public meltdown.
3. Keep Corrections Brief
You may have overheard other parents diving into lengthy explanations when telling their child why they should or should not do something. Remember that your toddler isn’t old enough to truly understand or appreciate the reason behind the correction. Simply tell them not to hit, bite, or scream. As they get older and want to know the reasons, you can offer an explanation, but be sure to keep it simple and age appropriate. Contrary to what some adults may think, children do not reason and process the way adults do.
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Today we covered just a few tips for disciplining your toddler, so be sure to check back for part two in this series. At Compass Child Care, we know that training your child how to behave is one of the more challenging aspects of parenthood. At our child care center, we strive to partner with you by providing similar expectations in a loving environment. Contact us today to learn more about our child care center, and schedule a tour at one of our three locations in Coon Rapids, Blaine, or Isanti.
A weekly, perhaps even monthly allowance, can help your kid learn more about money, like how to save it, and how to be responsible with their funds. It is recommended that children at a young age begin receiving allowance well before they start having their own financial obligations. You can give your child a regular allowance, or you can pay them for chores, but each opportunity is a chance for them to get hands-on experience when it comes to saving, spending, and managing money.
It’s not like the $10 a week, or the $20 a month is going to make your child a millionaire, but the habits they form from managing their allowance will allow them to be financially successful in life. Keep reading to find out money about how an allowance can have huge long-term benefits for your child. For more information about our child care in Coon Rapids, Each Bethel, Isanti, and Blaine, contact us today.
An Allowance Is A Money-Management Tool
Many parents may think that giving their kids an allowance, even a small one, is superfluous because of the gifts they get during holidays and birthdays, not to mention the money they already spend feeding, sheltering, and clothing their child. The truth is, however, that an allowance is not an entitlement, it is a valuable teaching tool. It may take a long time for both you and the child to understand this, especially if all you see them do is spend their allowance on the first toy they see in the grocery store, but it teaches your kid how to manage money.
Since it is illegal for your child to get a job, they won’t get this experience on their own, and an allowance is the best way to start them on the right track to real financial independence. An allowance truly is an investment in the long-run.
Have Them Use The Allowance For Basics, But Try Not To Set Restrictions
If you feel like you want to, or need to restrict what your child chooses to spend their allowance on, you could start out requiring them to cover some of their own basics, like clothes and school supplies. You could even give them a weekly allowance that is meant to cover their school lunches.
This can be a great way to help your child learn how to balance a budget and plan for expenses, surely giving them an idea of what it is like receiving “paychecks” and allocating money for necessary expenditures. Another option would be to give your child full freedom over what they choose to spend their money on — since it is their money now. Tell them, however, that if they spend their money within the first couple days of getting paid, then you won’t be giving them any extra money, and they will have to wait until their next allowance to spend again.
But, letting your child spend freely teaches them that sometimes buying everything they want only leads to clutter, and the immediate gratification loses its value quicker than they think it will. Guide them by helping them resist impulse spending, which is a challenge that even adults have to face. Your kids will like to make several terrible buying decisions, and you can help them realize this by asking “Did that toy make you happy?” Eventually, your child will learn to save their money, or make more reasonable purchases. Financial lessons cannot always be taught, and tend to stick better when the kid has some experience learning the lesson. Let them make bad decisions because, in the long-run, it will help them make great decisions.
No matter what scenario you end up going with, tell them that they always have the option to save their money, which is a financial skill that far too many people never learn how to do until late in their life. Saving allowances, no matter how small, adds up with time, and sooner than later, your child could have a nice safety fund that they could create a savings account with.
Talk About Money Often
Another good way for your child to understand money is to talk about your own. You can share your bills with them, how you budget, what you spend your money on, and so on. Talking about money can be tough, and you may even think it’s taboo to talk about money, but it is essential to discuss financial matters because it prepares them for their financial future.
If and when you decide to start paying your child an allowance, let them know how much you will pay them and when. Stick to this schedule so they can learn about receiving a fixed amount on a regular budget schedule, which is the key to learning how to manage a budget for steady cash flow, similar to that of a paycheck. You can also schedule pay increases, for example, each new year after the allowance begins, their allowance can increase by $5, building on their paycheck.
Make Them Earn It
One of the options you have when giving then an allowance is making them earn it through chores they do around the house. Pay them a commission based on things like taking out the trash, cleaning their room, mowing the lawn, taking the dog for a walk, and more. This concept helps your child understand that money is earned, not just given. Set up a pay structure of how much they will earn with each chore, or group chores together for a flat rate.
However, if you think that giving your child money for chores they should already be doing in their daily life, you could pay them a commission on things they take the initiative on, or chores that are special, like washing the car that warrants a special treat.
Teach Kids Money Habits Consistently
The best way to teach kids about money is to make it a continuous learning experience. Try to be consistent with your allowance, and you miss the pay-date, then make it a priority to get to the bank and start again. If you are teaching your kids about money, make sure the environment is safe and friendly — people can get tense talking about money, but your kids are just learning about the importance of money. Help them develop confidence in their ability to manage their own money, providing them with resources and tips if they ask for a little guidance.
There are all sorts of learning opportunities that children need some guidance on, and so many more that we have yet to cover! Stay up-to-date on our blog for more helpful guides and tips on raising a successful child! If you have any questions about the initiatives we take at our child care center to help your child grow with confidence, then please contact us and ask us about our preschool programs. We look forward to hearing from you!
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