Infants & toddlers
Learn Every Day®: The Program for Infants, Toddlers, and Twos, 2nd Ed., is research-based, year-round program that incorporates play into children’s daily learning routines to enhance their growth and development.
The Power of Play
Guided play is gaining traction as a great scaffolding approach to learning new concepts. Research shows that high-quality instruction and high-quality free play do not have to compete for time in the classroom. Doing both well makes each one richer.
This comprehensive, research-based curriculum works with half-day and full-day programs. The 36 weekly thematic units, which differentiate instruction for three- and four-year olds, include multi-sensory activities. In addition to encouraging family engagement, the curriculum supports dual language learners and incorporates special needs adaptations. Includes a curriculum guide for setting up and managing your learning environment and a three-volume lesson guide.
A comprehensive and safe environment for your school-age child (Kindergarten -5th grade). Our program is focused on providing meaningful moments for your child after school. We promote collaboration and independent thinking in large group experiences. This after school program provides a stronger sense of community, independence, and builds necessary social skills. We will also have a homework time when teachers help assist your child with their assignments.
Early Childhood Education
Infant & Toddler
We incorporate play into your child’s daily learning routines. Our curriculum encourages exploration, discovery, and multi-sensory learning.
We incorporate learning with exploration in various educational categories such as: Science, Math, Social Emotions, and Arts & Social Studies.
An afterschool program for your child that is safe and educational. We focus on building a sense of community while focusing on necessary social skills.
Tax Savings Opportunities and Incentives
Congress has legislated certain tax credits and savings incentives focused on relieving the cost of child care for eligible taxpayers that may provide additional savings for you.
- The Child and Dependent Care Tax Credit is a federal tax credit available for eligible taxpayers to assist in reducing your year-end tax liability.
- The Child Tax Credit program may reduce the Federal tax you owe for each qualifying child under the age of 17.
- A Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account (FSA) may be provided by your employer to allow you to set aside pre-tax dollars for child care costs.
- Various states provide additional incentives for qualified taxpayers.
These tax credits and FSA changes will impact every family differently. As we are not tax professionals, we cannot advise you on the specific impact to your family. It’s best to consult with a tax professional or preparer (tax preparation software will also have information). Or visit irs.gov to learn more.
Your tuition is paid weekly. Contact us for information regarding a second child discount or the Polk County and Hardee County Early Learning Coalition.