Our Focus

Nurture . Stimulate . Prepare

For My Child focuses its efforts around three main pillars of success which guide your child’s journey at our learning centers: nurture, stimulate, prepare. Below is more information on these pillars:

Nurture

The common phase of “It takes a village to raise a child,” signifies the importance of an ecological system which encompasses not only the child, but also the family and community in which we serve. At For My Child Learning Center, we believe in individualized, high-quality support for children and their parents or caregivers which ultimately impact a child’s social and emotional development, increases academic performance and decreases grade retention later in life. Further research shows that the formation of an ongoing, warm relationship with a consistent caregiver is important in a child’s healthy development—and we agree! For My Child Learning Center will nurture children as they learn and grow at each and every milestone, capturing each success through consistent interaction and ongoing observation.

The common phase of “It takes a village to raise a child,” signifies the importance of an ecological system which encompasses not only the child, but also the family and community in which we serve. At For My Child Learning Center, we believe in individualized, high-quality support for children and their parents or caregivers which ultimately impact a child’s social and emotional development, increases academic performance and decreases grade retention later in life. Further research shows that the formation of an ongoing, warm relationship with a consistent caregiver is important in a child’s healthy development—and we agree! For My Child Learning Center will nurture children as they learn and grow at each and every milestone, capturing each success through consistent interaction and ongoing observation.

Stimulate

According to research, as early as six months of age, the brain has reached half its final mature weight and by the age of five, the brain reaches 90% of its final weight. Because of such rapid brain development, it is critically important to offer high-quality interactions for our infants, toddlers and preschoolers. For My Child Learning Center will stimulate children’s development by giving children the opportunity to problem solve, explore, experiment, engage in back-and-forth dialogue, and share the love and joy of book reading on a daily basis.

According to research, as early as six months of age, the brain has reached half its final mature weight and by the age of five, the brain reaches 90% of its final weight. Because of such rapid brain development, it is critically important to offer high-quality interactions for our infants, toddlers and preschoolers. For My Child Learning Center will stimulate children’s development by giving children the opportunity to problem solve, explore, experiment, engage in back-and-forth dialogue, and share the love and joy of book reading on a daily basis.

Prepare

For My Child Learning Center prides itself in staying up-to-date on state guidelines and legislation that lay the foundation for quality education for all early learners, particularly as it relates to pre-skills and experiences that correlate with children entering kindergarten ready and prepared. As such, the Louisiana kindergarten readiness definition focuses on “readiness of the child” across the domains of child development, as identified in the Birth to Five Early Learning and Development Standards— standards that all our early childhood educators use daily in their lessons and interactions with children as they prepare for ongoing success. Parents— Here’s some additional information related to readiness.

For My Child Learning Center prides itself in staying up-to-date on state guidelines and legislation that lay the foundation for quality education for all early learners, particularly as it relates to pre-skills and experiences that correlate with children entering kindergarten ready and prepared. As such, the Louisiana kindergarten readiness definition focuses on “readiness of the child” across the domains of child development, as identified in the Birth to Five Early Learning and Development Standards— standards that all our early childhood educators use daily in their lessons and interactions with children as they prepare for ongoing success. Parents— Here’s some additional information related to readiness.

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  • Happy, Fun Atmosphere
  • Well-Qualified Teachers and Caretakers
  • Early Education Program
  • Affordable Pricing

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