Category: Centers for Early Education
Not a new idea by a long stretch, intergenerational programming has been around since the early 1990s when even earlier research showed children who interact with older adults grow up with more positive feelings about being old. They feel more….
By the end of first grade, the average student can read simple books and has mastered about 150 sight words. Some of these children start kindergarten knowing little more than the alphabet, and yet successfully make the transition to becoming emerging readers….
The best childcare centers partner with parents, sharing the goals of protecting, guiding and nurturing each child’s health, development, and well-being. With experienced and enthusiastic teachers, youngsters thrive, make friendships, prepare for kindergarten and build a strong foundation for success…..