Twos | 3,4, & 5 K |
“Everyone is so friendly and my daughter has learned so much.
She surprises us every day.
I would recommend Little Red to anyone looking for a warm,
caring, and educational place for their child.
My daughter has multiple food allergies and the steps taken by
LRS to keep her safe gives me great peace of mind.”
The intent of the 3K, 4K, and 5K Program
at Little Red Schoolhouse Child Care Center is to provide
the best possible learning environment for children by supplying
them with a wide variety of learning experiences.
When children have the opportunity
to develop a sound foundation, they are then able to develop
self-esteem, emotional, social, physical, and intellectual
these skills is important for the growth and development of
daily activities develop your child's academic skills while
your child enhances his or her social skills.
While it will appear that the program
is highly structured because of the amount of material your
child is learning, we want it to be clearly understood that
the most valued learning is accomplished through play because
play is the foundation of all learning.
Little Red Schoolhouse’s philosophy is and will
remain “Where Learning is Fun”.
Little Red Schoolhouse, your child will become anything from
an artistic little Picasso to a brilliant Albert Einstein. He or she will be exposed to many different
activities like cave man rock painting, swirling a marble
with paint in a box, and creative painting on an easel through
the eyes of a young child. Scientific experiences will include erupting
a volcano, watching the metamorphosis of a monarch butterfly,
and creating a concoction of gooey, green goop.
Your child’s creativity
will have no boundaries.
Features of the 3K, 4K, and 5K program
comprehensive curriculum developed by an experienced educational
expert who holds a Master’s Degree in Curriculum and
- preparation for elementary school by providing skills that will guide them toward future academic success
- hands-on experiences to inspire math and science interest
- confidence-building thematic units to encourage curiosity and independence
- language and literacy skills through letter recognition, poetry and songs, puppets and plays
- observation-based assessments that demonstrate your child's progress twice a year
- your child’s progress documented in observation-based assessments and evaluations
- create meaningful oral language experiences with books and verbal stories
- focus on early writing and reading skills (writing and recognizing letters, words, and numbers)
- strengthening of pertinent social skills like listening, manners, cooperation, and sharing
- children gain a sense of pride in being a responsible member of a group