“Is my child ready for elementary school?” If you’re the parent of a young child, or children, chances are you’ve asked yourself this question. In today’s world, we want to make sure that we’re giving our children every advantage and opportunity that we can. And that means ensuring that their education begins early—and gets off to the right start.
So how do you choose a preschool? There are many factors to consider, so you want to weigh your options carefully and make sure that you’re making the best decision for your family.
Here are a few things to ask about when selecting a preschool experience for your child:
- Curriculum and learning experiences
- Building safety and security
- Physical fitness, indoor and outdoor activity
- Healthy food selections
- Extracurricular learning opportunities
- Communication with families
You’re looking for a place where your child will develop their best mind, their personality, and a lifelong love for learning; a place where they will be empowered for success in kindergarten—and beyond—through comprehensive educational offerings.
You’re looking for Childtime.®
We offer programs for infants through school-age students and our educational philosophy is inspired by the Reggio Emilia approach. In this philosophy, the basis of all learning is secure relationships formed between children and responsive, respectful adults.
Through these relationships, children develop a capacity for trust, competence, and the independence to grow academically and socially. Our staff and teachers are integral to every child’s learning process and in helping them develop this invaluable sense of independence.
This is the next best place to home, with nurturing care and customized curriculum that is designed to ensure your child is ready for school. We offer a well-rounded experience, featuring plenty of physical activity, healthy meals and snacks, and social interaction.
So, discover good friends. Discover great learning. Discover Childtime. This is where bright futures take shape. Now enrolling at locations in Cincinnati, Blue Ash, and Liberty Township.
For more information, call 877.217.9528 or visit Childtime.com.