Providing Children with a Stronger Start for a Better Finish!

Providing Children with a Stronger Start for a Better Finish! from Fayette Early Learning Academy

By: Fayette Early Learning Academy  06/20/2014
Keywords: Childcare, Daycare Centers, Care And Education

Fayette Early Learning Academy offers high-quality education and childcare for infants, toddlers, and preschool-aged children. We also offer an after-school program for children up to twelve (12) years of age, which converts to a full-day program whenever public schools are closed. Our team is dedicated to improving the development of each child under our care, regardless of age group or learning ability. We use a high-quality, comprehensive learning program focused on each child’s physical, cognitive, and social/emotional needs at a pace that is appropriate his or her personal development—giving them the chance they need to succeed in school and in life. At Fayette Early Learning Academy, we happily welcome children of all learning abilities! Providing Children with a Stronger Start for a Better Finish! Social/Emotional Development: Discovery of independence, success, self-concept/self-control, cooperation and social relationships Cognitive/Intellectual Learning: Increased abilities to comprehend and use new vocabulary, print awareness, numbers, mathematical operations, and cause-effect relationships Creative/Aesthetic Learning: Art and music appreciation, participation in dramatic play, increased creativity and imagination Physical Development Demonstrates understanding of healthy habits and good nutrition, increase in large and small-motor development Language Development Increased ability to discriminate/identify sounds, progress in associating names and sounds of letters, ability to retell stories, growing interest in books, progress in listening and understanding for non-English speaking-children.

Keywords: Care And Education, Childcare, Day Care Information, Daycare Centers, Local Day Care Centers

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