The pre-school years are unquestionably the most productive of a child’s early education. Learn more.
The pre-school years are unquestionably the most productive of a child’s early education. I am reminded of a quote by Maria Montessori, “The goal of early childhood education should be to activate the child’s own natural desire to learn.” creator of the Montoessori Method
“The long term effects of early education on a child’s social and emotional development may be the most important outcome of a high-quality preschool education. Make sure your child receives all the benefits that preschool has to offer:
Committing to having your child attend pre-school every day on time.
If your child is reluctant to come to school, be sure to communicate this to the teacher. Together, you can make plans to address the concerns of your child.
Make sure your child has a daily predictable routine, including a routine for bedtime and waking up in the morning.
Be sure to allow enough time for the routines so that you and your child do not feel rushed.
Have your child get a good night’s rest to make sure he/she has enough energy to participate in classroom activities.
When talking with your child, be positive about preschool and the school staff. Cultivate your child’s interest in discovering new things and his or her love of learning
Remember, by bringing your child to preschool every day, you are helping to ensure that he or she will live up to their full potential and become a successful lifelong learner.
Strong evidence shows us that more time in quality early childhood education is associated with positive outcomes for children, especially for disadvantaged children.
Research also finds that chronic absence in the early grades is associated with lowered proficiency in reading and math, and increased retention. Chronic absences in the early years of schooling often set a pattern of absenteeism that continues into later grades. Read more
At Little White House Learning Center of Milford, we understand the fundamental importance of pre-school and consistent attendance. Our staff works closely with the parents at this stage, providing reports and feedback on progress. To learn more please visit https://lwhdaycare.com/pre-school/
About Little White House Learning Center of Milford
Little White House Learning Center located Milford CT has over 50 years experience in quality childcare.
We provide a safe, loving, and nurturing environment for children 6 weeks to 8 years. We encourage all children to be creative, inquisitive, and social learners. At Little White House forms a partnership with the parents to provide the best care and educational experience possible.
We believe it is a priority for each child to have healthy self-esteem and to be able to express themselves as an individual.
Our Infant, Toddler and Pre-School programs are geared toward their specific age groups and individual developmental needs. Curriculum is enhanced by incorporating Connecticut Early Learning & Development Standards (CT-ELDS).
Hours & Contact
Little White House Learning Center, LLC
69 Woodmont Road
Milford, CT 06460