Parents Flock to Children's Learning Adventure® as Strikes Continue
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., April 2, 2018 (Newswire.com) - Recent teacher strikes have caused schools to close across the nation. Strikes have been influenced by the demand for better funding for the state’s education system (USA Today). With public schools being forced to close due to teacher strikes, Children’s Learning Adventure offers drop-in care and other various programs to help families who are in immediate need of childcare during this time. Centers in Oklahoma City and Tulsa are seeing a 40 percent increase in some programs on Monday due to the strikes.
Children’s Learning Adventure’s School Age curriculum assists students with team building and character development through meaningful activities to ensure students develop pro-social behaviors to be successful in life. The School Age programs offer enrichment for Before and After School, Summer Camp and Holiday Camp. Programs feature an environment that combines freedom and structure with the right mix to inspire while assuring the student’s safety. Children’s Learning Adventure offers an After-School Homework Club to provide teacher assistance and a structured environment for students to complete daily assignments.
Children’s Learning Adventure’s curriculum ensures daily exposure to STEAM-based learning through multiple learning environments. They have created specialty classrooms including: Culinary Creations – a specialized commercial kitchen where students explore a passion for cooking; Imagination Island – a dramatic play town where students share and develop interpersonal skills; Laboratory Lagoon – a dedicated math and science environment designed to encourage questioning, experimentation and scientific discovery; Reading Reef - a complete library that instills the love of reading with an extensive collection of literary interests; Nature’s Nook – an outdoor classroom to provide children with hands-on experiences that lead him/her to a greater understanding of nature and all it has to offer; Picture Paradise - a live TV studio, complete with its own news desk and professional TV cameras. These are just a few of the specialty classrooms that encourage students to develop new skills. Students begin the day in their academic homeroom, then explore subjects further in specialty classrooms. Each specialty classroom is dedicated to a specific subject so students are given the opportunity to predict, implement and discover new ideas.
Children’s Learning Adventure’s programs include infant, toddler, preschool, pre-kindergarten, advanced pre-kindergarten, kindergarten, after school, extracurricular classes, school breaks and summer camp. Early childhood education is critical in the development of a child’s mind; each program is created specifically to maximize learning for the age range. Math, science and language concepts repeat every six weeks incorporated in the monthly themes within the Lifetime Adventures® curriculum. To learn more about Children’s Learning Adventure, call 844-330-4400 or visit www.childrenslearningadventure.com to find a Children's Learning Adventure nearby.
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