Baby Prodigy Hours: Center based Monday Through Friday: 7:30AM to 6:00PM
"Free the child's potential, and you will transform him into the world." - Maria Montessori
Little Prodigy Daycare: In-home Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday:8:30AM to 2PM Wednesdays: 8:30AM to 1:30PM
I am a Professional Child Care Provider. My goal is to provide your child with a healthy, clean, safe, happy, nurturing environment where they can play and learn with guidance and loving care. I strive to create a setting where your child is very happy and you can go to work without worry about the care of your child. Early childhood is the most critical period in human growth and development; it is the period when the foundations of academic achievement are laid. Play is the work of childhood. Through play, children seek to understand the world around them and their place within it. Through structured activities, children develop the neurological pathways necessary for cognitive, physical, social and emotional development. During these early years, learning experiences must be varied, creative and carefully planned. In addition to play based activities we will also work with your child to insure mastery of the alphabet, numbers, shapes and colors in preparation for preschool. We inspire a love of learning and encourage a significant amount of reading to develop verbal skills and puzzles to activate the math brain.
Baby ProdigyNursery is a licensed daycare provider, CA License #384002468. We believe that a child's natural curiosity and sense of wonder are very special assets entrusted to us, and through these, we seek to impart a love of learning in every child we serve. We believe that providing a rich and attentive environment is only the beginning. For "learning through play" to be truly meaningful, we focus on helping the child become a critical observer of his or her environment, and develop problem solving skills. Our goal is to help the child become an active agent in his or her own development by encouraging each child’s natural curiosity. We encourage this process in an individualized, language-rich environment through the questions they ask, the goals they set, the information they provide, and the behavior they model.