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Welcome to our family. Gita is an experienced and highly trained family child care provider. Under her daily guidance, PeekAboo Child Care offers a variety of child care activities. We believe that choosing a child care provider is one of the most important decision that you will ever make. This is why we do every thing possible to provide a stimulation and safe environment for your child. An environment that.
According to the US Department of Education, from birth through age 5, children are developing the language, thinking, physical, emotional and social skills that they will need the rest of their lives. It is on this foundation that we foster student’s the desire to learn. Our nurturing environment and program activities provide quality child care with early childhood development opportunities to children between the ages of three and 12 years.
Gita is a generous contributor of her time, talent, and treasure to the family childcare profession, children, and working families. Both she and her family have for many years distinguished themselves as advocate, philanthropists, and benefactors of quality childcare. Gita has been providing quality childcare since 1991. The mission entails the safety, emotional, social, and academic success of all children. Our staff members use their many academic talents, early childhood.
Entering preschool is a big step for any child. Parents and teachers can help children adjust by anticipating their needs and preparing them for their new environment. Ideally, transition efforts, such as visiting the preschool, should start several months prior to the child’s third birthday and/or the beginning of school. The goal is to familiarize the child with the provider and the new environment; allow the provider opportunities to “get.
Children who have been identified with a disability prior to age two should be receiving services. These services are normally provided in the home or a combination of home-center based programs, usually through an Infant-Family Serviced Plan (IFSP). A primary focus of the IFSP is on the child and family, including family objectives as well as child goals. Transitioning to a public preschool program that is governed by IDEA guidelines.