"Infants, toddlers, pre-school, kindergarten, before & after school" 6:45AM to 6PM M-F
What makes A Child’s World different?
The latest studies of the brain are giving educators tremendous insight into how we can create optimal learning environments for our children. Studies now show that areas of the brain are stimulated and developed with specific activities, different environmental stimuli and the effect our emotions have on our mind and body. The arts and physical activity in learning energize the body and the mind while increasing intellectual potential.
A Child’s World creates optimal learning environments that are specifically focused on this brain research.
Brain Based Teaching Methods
Exclusive Living Education Series Curriculum Implemented according to the Unique 4BELS Instructional Process.
The 4 Brain Essential Learning Steps (4BELS) of the Living Education Series is a consistent instructional approach to teach children curricular content that is retained through their interpretations and applications of the materials. The 4BELS can be used with any topic, theme or learning unit and is research based. Teachers are engaged in ongoing professional development to create an intellectually stimulating environment that develops a child’s essential life-long skills. The learning environment and instruction differentiate to every child’s unique brain and learning style preferences. There is an integration of all subjects; Language Arts, Math, Science, Technology, Engineering, and Social Studies with the arts, music, and physical education. Children are introduced to a variety of ways to communicate that include sign language and foreign languages. Tactile art and music and movement programming enrich curricular content for all age levels. ACW schools are designed with age appropriate classrooms with learning stations in each classroom in addition to school exploration centers.
STEM – The Integration of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math
Science – Science experiments and literacy exploration engage children in the wonders of our environments both locally and globally.
Technology – Technology brings the knowledge of the world into the children’s classrooms with iPads, computers, projectors, and screens. Children can visually experience curricular topics up-close. They develop technology skills that are valuable throughout grade school and college.
Engineering – Children develop skills that relate to architectural design, to building structures, and to exploring and creating their own original inventions.
Math – Fine motor skills are developed and math concepts come alive with activities, materials, and games for maximum math readiness opportunities and fine motor skill development.