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Our Half-Day Early Learning Program begins January 9th, 2017. Hours are 8:00 am – 12:00 pm Monday through Friday. Students can attend two days a week (T/Th), three days a week (M/W/F) or five days a week (M-F). We plan to begin our FULL DAY program in Fall 2017. Our class size is 8-10 students. For each class, there are 2 teachers facilitating. Lupine Mountain School’s curriculum has clear academic goals based on the state of Oregon’s Early Childhood Standards. Our curriculum combines art, nature, movement, and music as a way for our students to fully immerse themselves in learning by thinking, talking, seeing, and doing.
Mia's Sprouts offers a safe environment for children to learn and grow, at the same time we create a family friendly community where children can build a solid fountain of life long learning relationship. We focus on a whole curriculum of Art, Music, Reading and Math with a full immersion in Sign Language and Spanish integrating ethnicity, culture and learning in fun ways.
My Bundle of Joy has been providing outstanding infant and toddler care in the Portland area since 1997. We have delivered our service to over 500 families during that time and currently care for 64 little ones in our four locations. We are state certified infant and toddler care facilities; this means we care for little ones who are 8 weeks to 3 years old. Our infant/toddler to staff ratio is 4:1 so we are able to give lots of individual attention to the children in our care. We strive to make our homes the best in every way with one-on-one love and learning as well as excellent physical care. We maintain a media-free environment with lots of reading and music, where the needs of each child dictates the schedule, creating a soothing daily rhythm to our homes. We are located in private homes that have been transformed for the children, each offering more than twice the state required square footage. Each My Bundle of Joy home has at least two playrooms including a “Jungle Room.” There are also three separate nurseries, which enable our little ones to sleep soundly in comfy cribs. We have two changing areas as well, and the children are free to roam about their home away from home. Fenced yards are a must and we offer lots of outdoor fun, under the watchful eyes of the providers. Our facilities are bright, cheery, safe, very clean and equipped with a large variety of toys, books, puzzles and all manner of fun things.
Learning Tree Preschool is a preschool for children ages three to five, they must be potty trained. We offer a theme based educational program which includes opportunities for exploration and “hands-on” learning activities. Come learn and grow through a fun and engaging curriculum. We will be teaching letters, colors, pre-math (counting, matching, numbers, shapes, and sorting), music and rhyming, health, science, and art, along with basic motor skills for child development.
We are a preschool located in Deschutes Riverwoods. The goal is for children to leave our program and start kindergarten at the top of their class. Children learn through a variety of teacher directed, individualized activities, and play. There is a focus on both academic and social skills.
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