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One day at Little Genius

We are often asked, what happen after we drop our kids in CHILD CARE, I invited you to be part of one day at Little Genius.

Before you drop your child, I clean up and disinfect the whole house so your child is in a clean environment.

The first thing the kids and staff do they wash their hands. Both children and adults should wash their hands several times throughout the days as recommended by the National Health and Safety Performance Standards. The importance of hand washing as a significant preventive measure of reducing the spread of germs.

Free Play, kids learn by playing. Little Genius knows that free play is important to for healthy brain development, allowing children to use their creativity while developing their imagination, dexterity, cognitive and physical abilities.

Small group is important yet but no the most. During small group kids learn cooperation and teamwork skills

Meals at Little Genius are family style. You can see children actively participate during meals and snacks by setting and cleaning table, serving themselves and cleaning up their own messes.
Mealtime are pleasant and teacher acts as role modeling.

Outdoor play has numerous benefits. It allows kids to explore their environment, develop muscle strength and coordination, and gain self-confidence. Children get the opportunity to explore the world from a new perspective.

Nap time is one of the most stressful transition in early childhood, but nap time is so important up to kindergarten. Between the age 3 and 6 there is a critical period of brain developing, it is when the hippocampus growth rapidly. While the kids sleep between 60min to 90 min the brain transfer what the child just learn into a long-term memory. Children missing a nap significantly and negatively reduce memory in several areas ranging from motor skills development to regulation of emotion.

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