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Adventure Time Preschool and Childcare
Transcript of Adventure Time Preschool and Childcare
Where Good Beginnings
Last A Lifetime
If your child is sent home with a fever above 100.4 F, he/she cant return to AT within 24 hours unless accompanied with a doctor's note.
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Each activity your child participates in will help them to develop important skills that can aid in their development process.
Cognitive Development focuses on how children learn and process information. It is the development of the thinking and organizing systems of the mind. It involves language, mental imagery, thinking, reasoning, problem solving, and memory development.
Social & Emotional Development
Social-emotional development provides the foundation for how children feel about themselves and how they experience others.
Language & Linguistic Development
Language and Linguistic development is simply how children develop language skills and learn how communicate to others.
Fine Motor Development
Fine motor skills can be defined as small muscle movements such as grasping and releasing objects, turning the wrist, etc.
With a focus on the 6 main developmental domains and the 3 different learning styles, each child will have everything they need to succeed academically, socially, and emotionally.
Gross Motor Development
Gross Motor skills involve the larger muscles in the arms, legs and torso. These skills also relate to body awareness, reaction speed, balance and strength. Gross motor development gives your child the ability to move in a variety of ways.
Adaptive skills include everything that a child needs to know to start being more independent. This could include learning to dress oneself, feed oneself, using the toilet, brushing teeth, bathing, tying shoes, etc.
Each child learns in their own way. Our activities cater to each child so everyone has a chance to learn in the way that works best for them!
These are hands on learners. They learn by doing, touching, feeling, and experiencing the materials at hand. More children are kinesthetic learners than any other style.
Auditory Learners learn best when information is presented to them verbally. They need instructions read aloud and they like to verbally communicate.
Visual Learners rely on being taught by showing. Visual learners benefit from diagrams, charts, pictures, films, and written directions. "Show me and I'll understand!"
How do I tell what my child is learning?
Check out the lesson plans outside your child's classroom
The teacher plans out every part of their day and everything has a purpose
Check out the key codes at the bottom of each activity box. This will show you which domain they are focusing on and what learning style each lesson will be taught in.
Planning Page Key
SE-Social & Emotional Development
LL-Language & Linguistic Development
FM-Fine Motor Development
GM-Gross Motor Development
There is one assessment activity a week that allows for you and the teacher to know exactly where your child is at developmentally.
Communication between you and your child's teacher is key to your child's progress!
Each teacher plans their own
curriculum so that she can
cater to each child
"Do not train a child to learn by force or harshness; but direct them to it by what amuses their minds, so that you may be better able to discover with accuracy the peculiar bent of the genius of each.”
HAPPY BIRTHDAY HEATHER
As warmer weather approaches, remember flip flops are not allowed on the playgrounds due to a high risk of injury.
Chloe M 7/1
Maico C 7/2
Del P 7/5
Bannen M 7/7
Ronin S 7/9
Maeson I 7/9
Maddie E 7/11
Zeke B 7/12
Hayden M 7/13
Ashely T 7/14
Gabriel B 7/16
Cameron P 7/21
Adia F 7/30
We are lucky to have the talented Ronan as a summer camp teacher and art intructor. He was born and raised in Utah. Currently majoring in Art Education at UVU and has worked as a substitute teacher throughout the Utah Valley.
He enjoyes working with children because of how creative they can be and the way they come up with ideas. He believes in teaching children to have critical thinking skills and to continually foster creativity.