The Learning Center of South Park Explains How to Choose the Best Orlando Preschool

The Learning Center of South Park, a preschool in South Park, Orlando, FL, has explained how to choose a South Park preschool in a new blog post. Some of the things that parents can do are ask recommendations from parents, check the credentials of the preschool, personally visit the preschool, inquire about child-teacher ratios and class size, find out how the preschool keeps in touch, how much is the daycare cost, and the procedures in place. There are certain qualities to look for in a preschool such as a safe environment, Qualified teachers, a focused curriculum and education program and affordable pricing.

It is a great idea to ask relatives and friends about South Park preschools where they have successfully sent their children. It may also be a good idea to ask for any particular teachers they would recommend. And when checking preschool credentials, it is a good idea to check if they are state-accredited and if they have further accreditation, whether it be Council on Accreditation (COA), National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), or Early Childhood (ECEA).

Director Helen Batie

Class size will vary from preschool to preschool, which is why it is a good idea to inquire about this, including the student-to-teacher ratio. A good reference would be the Florida state requirements on class size and student-to-teacher ratio.

Another important factor to consider is how the preschool communicates with parents. They can communicate through their website, social media sites, such as Twitter or Facebook., or email and newsletters. It is essential for parents to stay connected with the school and about the various relevant events to their children. For instance, the preschool may send home progress reports, and some schools have mobile apps that allow parents to keep in touch using their mobile devices.

And, of course, daycare cost is also an important consideration. The Learning Center of South Park prefers to have their daycare cost easily accessible on their website. This information is also always updated. On the other hand, some preschools prefer to discuss this with the parents in person.

It is also a good idea to check on the preschool curriculum. For instance, The Learning Center of South Park employs the High School curriculum that shows how the children learn. This particular curriculum's key concept is that children are active learners. The best way to learn is through activities that they design and carry out themselves.

Meanwhile, Preschool Director Helen Batie at The Learning Center of South Park says, "Whether you're considering daycare, child care or preschool, The Learning Center of South Park is an excellent choice because it exceeds Florida state class size, teacher-to-child ratio, and the number of staff members available to teach. The Learning Center of South Park method is inspired by the Emilio Reggio approach for teaching children of all ages. We have helped thousands of students learn to read, write and do math with our unique educational methods."

The Learning Center of South Park is a preschool and childcare center specializing in early childhood education. They use the High Scope curriculum to educate and apply the Reggio Emilia Approach for teaching. Their program is based on the concept that children must be active participants in their learning. As such, the preschool's environment and surroundings offer opportunities for discovery and exploration. They encourage the development of physical health, social/emotional skills, language/communication skills, motor skills, cognitive abilities, general knowledge, and emergent literacy. Their secure and well-equipped playground offers a range of possibilities for developing gross motor skills and the promotion of free and symbolic play. Computers and sporting programs provide additional services.

Those interested in a South Park preschool can check out the website of The Learning Center of South Park or contact them on the telephone or through email. They are open from 7:00 am to 6:30 pm, from Monday to Friday.

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For more information about The Learning Center of South Park, contact the company here:

The Learning Center of South Park
Helen Batie
1-407-363-9325
info@tlcofsouthpark.com
The Learning Center of South Park
7350 Futures Dr #6
Orlando, FL 32819

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