1561 Herbert Street
Santa Rosa, CA 95401
Little People’s Playhouse is a child care center which includes a preschool program in our curriculum. We hope to help the children prepare for entering Kindergarten. We will introduce the alphabet, numbers, shapes, colors, name writing, and phone numbers, to the children. We do a lot of art projects where the children develop painting, gluing, and cutting skills. We play circle games that will introduce children to group activities that they will experience in school. We want the children to have a positive feeling about themselves, their development, and skills.
We will provide nutritious meals for the children including breakfast, and afternoon snacks. Lunch will be provided by parents.
|Play- based||mostly teacher led||not formally in curriculum||conducive environment|
|Nursery rhymes, poems, songs|
|Emerging literacy skills|
|Math & number sense||
|Time & space||
|Sci. reasoning/physical world||
|Other subjects taught|
The teachers will take extra time to sit down with any student who might be excelling at a different pace than the rest of the class.
Little People's Playhouse is a more than just a child care center. We pride ourselves on the fact that we provide children a strong foundation for their future education. Our staff go to great lengths to ensure our students learn and grow while being challenged and having fun! Feel free to look through our website and learn about the exciting environment we offer our children.
Pre-K Students- (writing, cutting, tracing, Kindergarten readiness, one on one ratio)
Free Play (train table, blocks, dolls, books, coloring, pet area, cars & puzzles)
Breakfast- Waffles & Juice, Cereal, Biscuits & Milk, Toast & Juice
(Alphabet to music, colors to music, counting, shapes, Phonics: letter recognition and sounds)
Spanish (Pre-K class and interested students)
Songs in Spanish, identifying familiar things and parts of the body, colors and numbers
Outside play time
Snack- (Fruit & Crackers or Fruit & Cookies)
Free play inside
We have any open communication with parents every morning and every evening letting them know how their child was throughout the day.
Children seem to quickly adapt once their parents have dropped them off and left. The parents are told that they can call when they get to work to see how their child is doing.