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K&D BUSY BEES DAYCARE

162 OAKLAND AVE
Deer Park, NY 11729

Phone:
(631) 940-7365

Philosophy & Approach

School Philosophy

General Approach to Learning: Play-Based, Teacher-Led

Curriculum & Teaching Approach

Learning Philosophy & Tools

  Play- based mostly teacher led not formally in curriculum conducive environment
Language       more

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  • Tracing paper and other writing instruments
  • A well-stocked bookcase
Oral language  
Nursery rhymes, poems, songs  
Storybook reading  
Emerging literacy skills  
Cognitive development
Math & number sense more

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  • Puzzles
Time & space more

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  • Parquetry blocks, pegboards, and mosaic toys
Sci. reasoning/physical world more

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  • Not Applicable
Music more

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  • Musical instruments
Visual arts more

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  • Materials such as paint, ink, paintbrushes, crayons, markers, chalk, paper, etc.
  • Art work on the walls
Physical activity more

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  • Bean bags, balls, and other objects that children can throw, kick, and play
  • Enough room for children to move around and play and a suitable indoor alternative to the outdoor playground on rainy days
Other subjects taught

From the Director:

AT K & D BUSY BEES THE CHILDREN LEARN THROUGH EXPERIENCING, MAKING CHOICES AND INTERACTIONS. WE EMPHASIZE ON GUIDED FREE PLAY, STRUCTURED CLASS TIME AND RESPONSIBILITY.

Day in the Life

General School Mission

OUR PHILOSOPHY IS THAT EACH CHILD IS TREATED AS AN INDIVIDUAL AND THAT THEIR HEALTH, SAFETY AND EDUCATION IS PRIMARY IMPORTANCE. WE PROVIDE EACH CHILD WITH THE SPECIAL ATTENTION AND CARE THEY REQUIRE FROM OUR LOVING FACILITY. AT K&D BUSY BEES THE CHILDREN LEARN THROUGH EXPERIENCING, MAKING CHOICES AND INTERACTION. UNLIKE COMMERCIAL ESTABLISHMENTS, HOME DAYCARE PROVIDES YOUR CHILD WITH A CONSISTENT , HEALTHY AND BONDING ENVIROMENT WHICH IS SO IMPORTANT TO YOUNG LIVES.

Separation

Separation is Handled through:

  • Small group sessions
  • Parents in classroom early on