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Our Educational and Nutrient Programs

The Best Family Child Care

 

      Infants-6 WEEKS TO 18 MONTHS

Our Providers love what they do and take great pride in providing a warm and loving environment for your little one.  They encourage developmental milestones to foster self-confidence, independence, coordination, focus, and concentration. The infant program is well-rounded, fostering your child’s innate desire to learn.    
It’s important at this age to let each child eat, sleep, or play according to his or her own natural timetable. Separate, quiet sleeping spaces help promote healthy sleep habits. Age-appropriate materials help your child grow and develop to his or her full potential, making the most of those critical early learning years.

Toddler Playing

TODDLER-18 MONTHS TO 2 ½ YEARS

Child development experts agree that children benefit most not only from a nurturing environment, but one that offers appropriate opportunities to develop to their fullest potential. Our emphasis during the toddler stage is on building your child’s independence and fostering the natural curiosity that toddlers possess which creates a long-lasting love of learning.h as understanding that letters have meaning and can be combined to form words, and that reading and writing can be used to share information and ideas
Early math skills, such as learning about numbers, shapes, sorting, and patterns
Physical strength and coordination skills, such as running and being able to use paintbrushes and crayons.

 

PRESCHOOLER -2 ½ YEARS TO 4 YEARS

RENA PREPARES STUDENTS FOR SCHOOL SUCCESS FOR LIFE BY MODELING OUR PRESCHOOL APPROACH TO LEARNING STANDARDS WHICH CONSISTS OF THE LET'S PLAY CURRICULUM, ENRICHMENT, AND BEYOND. THE PROVIDER HOMES ARE ADAPTED TO THE DEVELOPMENTAL NEEDS OF EACH CHILD, PROVIDING A VARIETY OF CHOICES THAT ENGAGE THE CHILD’S NATURAL CURIOSITY AND INTELLECT. THEFCCN EMPHASIZES THE PROCESS OF DISCOVERY AND EXPLORATION OF THE WORLD THROUGH MULTI-SENSORY MATERIALS.


 

Kid Playing with Bubble

CACFP Participation is an Indicator of Quality Care

                                    Quality Care is RENA FCCN

The CACFP combats hunger and brings healthy foods to tables across the country for children in child care centers, homes, emergency shelters, and afterschool programs as well as adults in day care through this USDA federal reimbursement program. Children learn healthy eating habits from caregivers who recognize the importance of participating in the Child and Adult Care Food Program as a way to help children grow and develop to their fullest potential. Receiving nutritious meals early in life, as well as being physically active, is critical to the establishment of positive lifelong habits.

Organic Vegetables
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