Our program has been carefully crafted for all ages, developments and abilities. We strive to have every child learn to the best of their ability by providing them age appropriate tools for success. A whole child approach to education is defined by Little Scholars policies, practices, and relationships that ensure each child, in our centers, in their community, is healthy, safe, engaged, supported, and challenged.
By addressing all 5 levels of developmental domain on a daily basis, Little Scholars gives each child to tools to succeed well beyond our walls. Statistics show that almost one-quarter of children under the age of five are enrolled in some kind of child care service. These services include those provided at centers like daycares, preschools, and nurseries. While these services are vital for many families, getting your child to feel comfortable there while you’re away at work can be a challenge. Children may act out, throw tantrums, or cry while under someone else’s watch.
However, the good news is that children are resilient and highly adaptable. Continue reading to learn more about how to acclimate your child to a new child care center in a few manageable ways. With some patience, you’ll reduce the number of those drop-off meltdowns in no time.