Infants

6 WEEKS-12 MONTHS; 12-18 MONTHS

 

Toddlers

18-30 MONTHS

Preschool

2.5 -3.5 YEARS; 3.5 YEARS +

Our Philosophy

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Early Explorers Academy (EEA) is an early learning center that aims to create a balanced learning environment for our explorers. The program continuously challenges our explorers and promotes critical thinking and problem solving skills.

My Learning Plan

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Student progress will be documented ¬†through the use of a My Learning Plan (MLP) that will be sent home on a regular basis. The MLP tracks each child’s progress based on the child’s assessment results and observations. Beginning in the preschool classes, your child will receive 10-15 minutes of individualized/small group instruction with a teacher that aligns with your child’s MLP goals, with daily anecdotal notes.

Policy

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We believe that this is an important time for our explorers to learn how to appropriately interact with one another. Rather than taking responsive or reactive measures, extra time and planning is implemented in an attempt to implement preventative measures of undesired behavior.

Infant Programs

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Infants thrive on using their senses to explore. Our program and classroom environment invites our infant explorers to use their senses to understand the world. Our infants will have the chance to explore cause and effect relationships as they play with their squeak toys, push-pull toys, peek-a-boo, water pouring, etc.

Toddler Programs

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Our curriculum incorporates a balance of fiction and non-fiction texts. Non-fiction texts help our explorers learn about our world through literacy while building content level vocabulary. Fictional texts foster creativity and encourage our students to build loving relationships with characters.

Preschool Programs

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EEA incorporates dialogic reading, a strategy, proven to promote oral language skills as it allows students to respond to story prompts by elaborating on the story. In order for students to become active readers, they need to be provided the opportunity to be actively engaged in the storytelling process.

Inquire. Explore. Understand.

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