Kindergarten for children of early age

Established in 1983, our licensed educators take pride in developing the whole child and setting the stage for future learning. Children leave EDNS kindergarten for children of early age a joy of learning and a general thirst for knowledge.

Each EDNS class has a teacher and teacher’s aide. All of our credentialed staff members possess a genuine love of children and will guide your child through exciting educational experiences. 2 hours in length and allow your child to circulate through the various centres available. Interacting in such subjects as music, science, creative movement and dance encourages our whole child philosophy and helps children feel good about themselves and their own abilities. EDNS balances our learning environment with both child-directed and teacher-directed activities. Learn about our fully funded Kindergarten Program called Early Discoveries Childhood Services.

Start your child’s educational journey today. Please forward this error screen to sharedip-1071803108. NAECS-SDE is the national organization for state education agency staff members with major responsibilities in the field of early childhood education, from infancy through the primary grades. The Association promotes high-quality services to young children and their families through improvement of instruction, curriculum, and administration of programs. This ILA brief explains the basics of phonics for parents, offering guidance on phonics for emerging readers, phonological awareness, word study, approaches to teaching phonics, and teaching English learners. How Do Technology and Screen Time Affect Early Childhood Development?

In this video from the Center on Technology and Disability, find out about the impact of apps and screen time on early childhood learning and development. In this overview for parents, learn more about what Common Core is and how to know whether a teacher is providing developmentally appropriate instruction to address the CCSS for your child. Here are some of the questions you might ask yourself. Preschool aged children love to write — they’re always in search of a marker or crayon.

Those early scribbles are an important step on the path to literacy. Parents and preschool teachers can support a writer’s efforts in some very simple ways. And it’s never too early to start! Providing young children with rich writing experiences can lay a foundation for literacy learning. This article presents a framework for individualizing early writing instruction in the preschool classroom.