Children ages 15 to 24 months learn through exploring the world around them. This leads to emotional development, as well as social development. Social interactions with our caring teachers and learning to socialize with peers are essential elements to growth in daycare. Parents from Coral Gables, Pinecrest, Coconut Grove, and South Miami who enroll their children in daycare provide them the opportunity to explore classroom and outdoor environments and learn with other children in the daycare setting. Our teachers understand the importance of encouraging social and emotional development among children in daycare. These teachings will build a solid foundation which will carry the students through their school years.
Learning Essential Skills in Daycare
Young children are developing in so many ways, including cognitive development, language development, and building skills that lead to independence. Our teachers have created classrooms which provide a supporting environment where daycare children will grow and learn each day. Each of our daycare classrooms contain essential materials to help children with their sensori-motor development. Families from Coral Gables, Pinecrest, Coconut Grove, and South Miami understand learning continues through the use of toys and items which are different sizes, shapes, and colors. There are also different sounds, textures, and smells to be explored each day. Daycare students use these various items to help express themselves and interact with the environment. They grow by learning to express themselves and their needs and wants.
Learning Developmental Skills in Daycare
Daycare students also develop their communication skills through language, music, and sounds. Each of these mediums teach the students to communicate. As they learn to work together with teachers and other students, they grow as individuals. They also learn skills for self-sufficiency, which will benefit them for years to come. Two sessions of class are offered for daycare. The first is a full week of classes, Monday through Friday, from 8:30 am. to 3:00 p.m., for students and parents who want a full-time daycare experience. Another option is a five-day program, which meets Monday through Friday, from 8:30 a.m. until 11:45 a.m. Each classroom has a 1 to 6 teacher to child ratio, so parents know the children are well looked after. For more information on daycare, in Coral Gables, Pinecrest, Coconut Grove, and South Miami, FL., call Margaux Early Childhood School at 305-667-9470.