Tiny Tots Learning Center Inc.

Classrooms

Tiny Tots Learning Center Inc.

1897 Rte 212 Quakertown PA 18951

(P) 610-346-6386  (F)610-346-6226

Tinytotslcinc@gmail.com

Preschool  & Pre-K Classroom

Kindergarten class

Kids Klub

Toddler and Infant Classrooms

Our preschool program is made up of two groups of ten students (caterpillars and Butterflies), comprised of three, four and five year olds. There are two primary teachers that instruct for the entire day. Our program focuses on playing special attention to each child's needs.   Our program is theme based with 12 different thematic units that continue year round. Our program is designed for the full time student however we do accept part time enrollment. Our curriculum  includes  the Pennsylvania’s Learning Standards. Daily lessons include areas of art, music, literacy, writing, science, math, and computer time. Parents will receive a calendar and newsletter monthly.  Evaluations will be sent home quarterly and at that time parent conferences can be requested.  In addition daily activity schedules will be sent home every day.  All children should have a change of weather appropriate clothing Thant can be stored at the facility .

All children will receive their own storage area so that personal supplies and extra changes of clothing can be stored. All nap time supplies will be provided by the facility. If your child is attached to a sleeping item such as a stuffed animal they can keep this with their supplies at the center. Please do not send personal blankets or toys back and forth. When your child arrives for the day it is our policy for children to wash their hands before starting their day to minimize the spread of germs.

Children are a candle to be lit, Not a cup to be Filled

Our before and after school group "Kids Klub" meets in their own classroom that is equipped with computers, books, toys, and games.  Our morning program provides a comfortable place for children to relax and have breakfast. Opportunities are provided for children to become involved in social activities and activity centers prior to catching the bus to school.  In the afternoon children  are dropped off from the bus at our front door.  The children are offered an afternoon snack after they wash their hands. We offer assistance with their homework for 20– to 30 minutes and have outside play daily (weather permitting). We generally also provide an afternoon activity that is theme based. All children enrolled in our before and afternoon program will be eligible to attend any of our full day programs that are offered on days that the local school is closed and our program is open.

Our summer camp program provides structured learning activities while school is not in session for children 6 - 10 years of age.  We have theme weeks that incorporate exciting activities, outings, reading experiences, structured and free play activities, writing activities and best of all swimming.  As a parent you can rest assured that your child will have an enjoyable summer filled with lots of fun and they will be learning at the same time.  Our program begins in June and lasts for ten weeks.  There will be swimming and field trips scheduled weekly and children can bring their bike or something with wheels for a “wheels day” each week.

Theme Weeks:

Animals        Vacation      Patriotism     Sports         Water recreation        

   Western     Luau            Oceans             Science          Art

 

                                                               

Children enrolled in our kindergarten program will complete a half day of school in our classroom, then will be transported in our bus to attend afternoon kindergarten (located at Springfield Elementary School).  Our program is theme based  and continues into the summer if you enroll in our summer camp. Our curriculum  includes  the Pennsylvania’s Learning Standards. Daily lessons include areas of art, music, literacy, writing, science, math, and computer time. Parents will receive a calendar and newsletter monthly.  Evaluations will be sent home quarterly and at that time parent conferences can be requested.  In addition, daily activity schedules will be sent home every day to keep you informed of what is happening in your child’s classroom. When your child arrives for the day it is our policy for children to wash their hands before starting their day to minimize the spread of germs.

We provide experienced and loving care for Infants and toddlers as young as 6 weeks through 34months.  We provide  a separate classroom for Infants until a little over one year of age.  In addition we also have a toddler classroom that is comprised of two groups of older and younger toddlers led by two teachers. Activities are presented that encourage natural curiosity. Monthly thematic lessons are planned daily in the areas of art, music, literacy, fine motor, science, and math. Daily play time is scheduled to develop socialization and motor skills.  Structured time is scheduled to develop attention span and direction following skills. Our teachers focus on developing skills such as: phonemic awareness, self awareness, colors and shapes, listening, social, and motor skills. Progress notes will be sent home daily to keep parents informed about their child's day.  A calendar and newsletter will be sent home monthly to keep parents informed of what is taking place in the classroom. In addition comprehensive evaluations and progress notes will be completed 4 times per year to assess each child’s progress, at these times  parent-teacher conferences can be scheduled. All children will receive their own storage area so that personal supplies and extra changes of clothing can be stored.  We feel it is necessary to change diapers at least every two hours.  Parents will need to supply diapers and wipes as well as two changes of weather appropriate clothing to be kept at the facility.  All nap time supplies will be provided by the facility. If your child is attached to a sleeping item such as a stuffed animal they can keep this with their supplies at the center. Please do not send personal blankets or toys back and forth. When your child arrives for the day it is our policy for children to wash their hands before starting their day to minimize the spread of germs. One of the most difficult skills for children when they reach the age of 2-2 &1/2 is toilet training.  We gently guide them down the road to independence with the help of the parent, as we work side by side. . .