Vermont Home Child Care

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Miss Robin's Nest

Miss Robin's Nest

Montpelier, VT 05602 | (802) 224-0184

Our philosophy is to help children develop intellectually, physically, emotionally and artistically so that they acquire a life long love of learning. Children learn in so many ways and develop at different rates of speed. Children of the same age may not necessarily be at the same developmental level. My goal is to individualize learning plans for each of my children enrolled. Make observations and track developmental achievements and delays if any. Screening young children is an effective way to gauge developmental progress and to determine meaningful next steps. Developmental delays, learning disorders, behavioral and social problems are estimated to affect 1 in 6 children. Early intervention is KEY. Being aware of the importance of the Arts to the developing human brain gives us even more reasons to be sure to provide young children every opportunity to explore their creativity in the early childhood art program. Painting, drawing, etc., can help and improve their attention and cognition. "Are is not the same for a child as it is for an adult. For a child, art is primarily a means of expression. No two children are a like and in fact, each child differs even from his earlier self as he constantly grows, perceives his environment. A child is a dynamic being; are becomes for him a language of thought". (Mayesky p 9, 1987) A daily routine is in place so that all children to to know what cones next. Lesson plans connect with VELS and COmmon Core, which our school system follows in Montpelier. WE plan lessons for the preschool age children and adaprt the lesson plan for the younger group. Depending on what type of disability, we would make any changes needed to better integrate the child into our classroom.. WE call on the EEE program if we need any specialists. They are a great group of people.

Vermont Child Care Licensing Agency

Vermont Agency of Human Services
Department for Children and Families
Child Development Division
Child Care Licensing Unit, , 3 NORTH
103 South Main Street
Waterbury, VT 05671-2901
Phone: 802-241-3110
Toll Free: 800-649-2642 (within state)
Web Site: http://dcf.vermont.gov/cdd/child_care_licensing

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