Schedule a Tour Today!
1611 W. Canal Circle
Littleton, CO 80120

(720) 708-6619
Fax: (720) 708-6648

Blog

Could the Sandman Help Eliminate Childhood Obesity?

Getting less sleep could increase your child’s risk of becoming overweight or obese, researchers at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health have found. In fact, for each additional hour of sleep children get, their risk for obesity drops by 9 percent.   Researchers found that […]

Read more...

What to Teach Your Kids in Case They Get Lost

Most parents experience at some time that sickening moment when they realize that they have lost sight of their child when they are out and about. By taking a few precautionary measures, parents and caregivers can minimize the risks and have a plan for what to do […]

Read more...

Learning Disabilities: Finding Your Child’s Passion

Parents of children with learning disabilities are often told to find the child’s passion—be it sports, music or something else—and use it to teach other skills. A mother whose son has dyslexia said it has been a constant battle trying to figure out what sort of sport […]

Read more...

How to Build Learning into Everyday Activities for Your Kids

Working everyday learning into your household tasks can help your children connect the importance of math, reading, geography, and simple reasoning to their own lives.   Try these suggestions for in-home learning with your children:   • Laundry. Have your child divide your laundry into varying sets. […]

Read more...

Work Tips for New Moms

New mothers can find it a challenge to head back to work and learning how to balance their jobs and newfound motherhood can be very overwhelming. The good news is there are some tricks and tips that can make this transition back to the working world easier […]

Read more...

Improve Your Child’s Smile

A nice smile is one of the best assets a person can have – but it’s an asset that needs taken care of from an early age. The good news is that there are some easy tips for parents to follow to make sure that their kids’ […]

Read more...

Turn off the TV—Turn on the Music For Your Kids!

Listening to music may make your children smart, according to many child development experts. Dubbed “the Mozart Effect,” thanks to a 1993 study in which college students’ scores on spatial and temporal reasoning problems improved after listening to the music of the famous 18th-century composer, the theory […]

Read more...

Child Discipline – What You Need To Know

Some people believe that child discipline is what happens when parents get angry at their child’s behavior. The truth is that discipline is not about punishment or anger; it is about teaching your child and helping him or her to learn and receive guidance as to what […]

Read more...

The world of make-believe: Kids and imaginary friends

Imaginary playmates are common with young children—studies suggest that 65 percent of children age 7 and younger have had them. Parents sometimes wonder whether they’re a symptom of psychological problems, though. Shouldn’t a well-adjusted child be interacting with real people instead of invisible companions?   Don’t worry. […]

Read more...

What are the best pets for young children?

Taking care of a pet can be a valuable learning experience for children. Just be sure to choose the right pet for your child and your family. Dogs and cats aren’t the only possibilities. Here’s a look at some other options for animal companionship: • Fish. Perhaps […]

Read more...
Page 2 of 3123

Infants

Infants

We believe infants are very special and should be treated with much love and affection. We strive to maintain a high quality program for such a delicate age group of children...

Read More

Young Toddlers

Toddler

We realize that infants may not be able to transition directly into a structured toddler classroom. Therefore, we offer a young toddler room to assist in the transition and begin to establish a daily classroom schedule...

Read More

Toddlers

Toddler

By now your toddler is walking steadily and is ready to explore the world around them. This is an important year for your child in terms of expanding their language and developing, a sense of self worth, and independence...

Read More

Preschoolers

Preschool

The preschool classroom is where exploration becomes more formalized. The children are learning basic skills they will need for Kindergarten: familiarity of routines, social skills in a group setting, math concepts, language arts, cognitive skills...

Read More