How We Operate
Here at the Learning Box, we are firm believers in advancement education and Anti-Bullying
In preschool, children will learn to strengthen their social and emotional development. Children learn how to compromise, be respectful and problem solve. Preschool provides an environment for children to explore, gain a sense of self, play with peers and build self-confidence. Children learn they can accomplish tasks and make decisions without the help of their parents.
In pre-school pre-math and pre-literacy skills are introduced. Children are taught numbers and letters, but it is taught in a way that is appealing to children at that age. Children sing an alphabet song while following along in a picture book or learn rhymes and chants, which help them to notice the distinct sounds within words. Teachers read stories to children to encourage their listening, comprehension, and expressive language skills. Matching games, sorting games and counting games build children’s understanding of numbers, and sequences. Putting puzzles together encourages children to notice patterns and to work on problem-solving skills.
Children learn best through activities they find interesting, such as songs, storytime, and imaginative play. Preschool is not about achieving academic success; it is about creating a well-rounded child who wants to explore and question their surroundings.
In pre-school, children learn they can actually do things for themselves. Children will learn to wash their hands, go to the bathroom and take off their shoes without an adult doing it for them. Children may have classroom jobs and take pride in helping out in the classroom. Learning new skills helps builds confidence.
A quality early childhood education provides children with cognitive, behavioral and social skills they cannot learn at home. Teachers find it easier to teach a child who possesses a strong preschool education background in language skills, listening comprehension, attention management skills, and a positive attitude toward learning.
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Daily After School Care
We feel participation in extracurricular activities on a regular basis is the best way to help children develop their individual personality, cut down on emotional stress, and enhance social or academic skills that could benefit them in the future. Psychologists even recommend after school activities as the preferred choice over confidence-building classes.
After school activities offer a positive environment in which children can grow and thrive when parents are working and unable to make it home for right after school. Many adults today stay at work after the school day has ended. After school activities remove the temptation to sit in front of a television set.
It is incumbent on state departments of education and state legislatures to provide leadership and guidance on anti-bullying laws and policies. Ideally, state education agencies, state legislatures, and researchers will benefit from convening annual work groups to develop, implement, and monitor anti-bullying laws and policies.
We use the principles to develop a comprehensive policy to support an anti-bullying climate. The components are:
Scope of the policy
Definition of bullying
Specifying protected classes who have historically been bullied
Implementation of local education area (LEA) policies
Essential components for LEAs
Commitment to regularly review the policy
Communication plan for notifying parents, students, and staff regarding bullying
Training and education for students, staff, and parents
Plan for monitoring and data collection
Statement that the policy does not preclude targets and their families from seeking other legal remedies