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1611 W. Canal Circle
Littleton, CO 80120

(720) 708-6619
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FAQ

Do you provide meals?


Yes, we provide an early morning snack of cold cereal 6:30am-7:30am, breakfast is served from 8am-9am, lunch is served 11am-12pm, afternoon snack is served 2:30pm-3:30pm, with a handful of goldfish or a graham cracker offered at 5:30pm to hold the children over until dinner.

What is your sick child policy?


If your child is vomiting they will be sent home and they can return 24 hours after the last time they had vomited. We send home any child with a fever over 101.1* and the child may return after being fever free for 24 hours without the use of ibuprofen or Tylenol.

Are parents allowed to visit?


Yes, we have an open door policy. You are also more than welcome to call throughout the day to check in with your child’s teacher.

What type of curriculum do you use?


We use creative curriculum in our school. Creative curriculum for children 2 ½ years and younger is objective based. This means that the teachers are doing activities with the children to help them develop their language and literacy development, math and music development, social and emotional development, and physical development. Creative curriculum for children 2 ½ years and older is study based. An example of this would be our ball study. The children use ball to explore the world around them and to learn more math, science, social study, language and literacy development, social and emotional development, and physical development.

Do you require children at the center to be vaccinated?


Yes, we do.

What are your hours?


We are open 6:30am to 6:30pm

What is your discipline policy?


When disciplinary problems arise the way we handle the issue varies upon the age of the child and the severity of the incident. In all classrooms we utilize redirection and distraction. In older classrooms we like to talk about the issue with the children and give them the opportunity to realize why what they did was bad.

Can parents volunteer in their child’s classroom?


Parents are more than welcome to volunteer in their child’s classroom.

What do classrooms have as far as scheduling?


Every classroom with the exception of the infants follows a daily schedule. The infant classroom follows a schedule based on each child’s individual needs.

 


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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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