Comprehensive Proposal for the Development of an Early Childhood Education Program

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Comprehensive proposal for the development of an early childhood education program

Do you realize how important the first few years of your child’s life are?
We at Lighthouse Learning Academy understand how important these years are. The early years are when the foundation for your child’s life is being implemented. That is why at Lighthouse Learning Academy we provide programs from ages 6 weeks through 12 years old.
Our Early Care program services infants from 6 weeks through 24 months. This program is designed to make sure that each child’s physical and developmental needs are met. Daily schedules are adjusted to meet each child’s sleeping and eating patterns. At the appropriate time, toddlers are introduced to different concepts and
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We take pride in working with local support agencies, legislatures, and school systems to provide safe, strong, and constant services for children from birth through the school years.
We take pride in our parents, our staff, and the valuable chance that we have to be a part of your child’s development. The influence that we can have as partners for children is beyond measure.
At Lighthouse Learning Academy we think that all children have a right to respect, in spite of their skill levels. We provide an environment that is safe yet thought-provoking, and a curriculum that challenges them through creativity and learning through play. Consequently, our program supports the following philosophy about children and their growth:
1. Each child has a unique learning style, learns at a different pace, by different methods and at different ages of maturation.
2. A positive attitude develops in children, who can fulfill their goals, complete tasks on their own, and work with others and receive positive feelings from others.
3. Children learn self-discipline through understanding, commitment, and reinforcement. 4. Children gain their independence by being allowed to do things for themselves as they are capable of, but keeping in mind new skills.
In a safe, caring, respectful environment, children have the greatest chance to grow and develop. Such a
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