Our Classes

We provide excellent academic programs in an organized and loving environment. Our curriculum is designed to meet the social, physical, emotional, and intellectual needs of the children, with emphasis placed on daily interaction with each child by their teacher. Our daily schedules and activities vary according to the age group and most effective teaching methods. We strive to guide and help children achieve positive self-esteem about themselves and their ability to learn.

Infants & Toddlers

The infant and toddler curriculum is based on the unique daily experience of each infant and toddler, and the one-on-one interaction between each child and caregiver. The infants and toddlers participate in selecting the daily activities that become their curriculum. Activities include singing, role playing, music movement, art and other ways of interacting with the environment around them. Routines such as diapering, feeding, washing and comforting provide additional opportunities for adult-child interaction.

Preschoolers

The curriculum components in the Preschool program are circle time, themes, language development, reading readiness, math readiness, learning centers for art, science, music, and motor movement. These components provide an educational atmosphere in which children are encouraged to be productive and creative, to develop an appreciation for education and a love of learning, and to educate the whole child cognitively, emotionally, socially, and physically in preparation for kindergarten.

  • Circle Time is used as an informational, educational, small group setting to encourage a positive self-concept and feeling of self-worth. It provides an atmosphere where a child feels secure and comfortable away from his/her family.
  • Themes are used to expand the child’s background with meaningful educational experiences that are necessary for future school success. Among themes used are: community helpers, holidays/seasons, me & my family, the five senses, etc.
  • Language Development & Reading Readiness is provided through participation in multi-sensory activities, which develop oral language, listening skills, vocabulary & sentence development and the ability to communicate effectively with others.
  • Math Readiness utilizes hands-on activities and written activities that will help develop understanding and insight into the patterns of mathematics through concrete materials, help children see relationships and interconnections in math, and enable them to deal comfortably with mathematical ideas and concepts.
  • Learning Centers are provided to help children grow through self-discovery, to develop a sense of responsibility and independence by teaching self-help skills and strengthening decision-making abilities, and to develop the ability to interact through work and play.

You can be sure that your child will be surrounded by an atmosphere of a loving staff that shows appreciation and respect for them, everyday. To learn more about our curriculum, please give us a call.

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Little Hands On
Learning Academy

Phone: 954.434.3166






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