BookWorm Learning Center LLC

BookWorm Learning Center LLC

" All Children are different not one is like the other."

Operating as usual


Arts have always been an important aspect of early childhood education. Creative learning projects can foster a child's natural imagination and also help them develop other essential life skills that will stay with them for years to come.


Photos from BookWorm Learning Center LLC's post 09/26/2023

Yesterday, kids had a blast making a mess. Today, they had a blast cleaning their mess.

Letting kids clean up a mess they've made themselves is an important part of a child development. It helps them develop a sense of responsibility. It shows them that every mess is cleanable. It gives them a sense of pride when they are done. While it might be easier for you to do the cleaning up yourself, that's just a short-term solution.

Photos from BookWorm Learning Center LLC's post 09/21/2023

Pirate day fun!!


Friends don't let friends do silly things alone.

Photos from BookWorm Learning Center LLC's post 09/15/2023

The benefits of toddler painting are extensive. Painting is simply fun for them, but it also can be a great learning avenue for toddlers. During painting activities, some of the things toddlers are learning are visual expression, spatial intelligence, color recognition, and developing their creativity and motor skills when they paint.

Yes, it can and will be messy, but guess what? Kids are 100% washable. 💚💚



When a child sleeps with a soft toy/blanket, when they hug that soft toy/blanket, the child is sending direct stimulation to their brain's, giving them a pleasant sensation of tranquility, allowing them to rest so peacefully.

Photos from BookWorm Learning Center LLC's post 09/14/2023

“A work of art is a world in itself reflecting the senses and emotions of the artist’s world.”

Hans Hofmann


Photos from BookWorm Learning Center LLC's post 09/03/2023

Play improves the cognitive, physical, social, and emotional well-being of children and young people. Through play, children learn about the world and themselves. They also learn skills they need for study, work, and relationships such as: confidence.

Play is the most important part of childhood. Let them play


Photos from BookWorm Learning Center LLC's post 08/24/2023

Did you know that when your child paints, he/she exercises their brain. Creative activities like painting, use a different part of the brain than reading and / or math. The right side of the brain is our creative half and responsible for visual skills and understanding what we see through our eyes. Which is still developing at the preschool age. Creative play and painting activities help exercise your child’s “right” brain, leading to an overall healthy brain development.

Remember, kids are 100% washable, so let them play, let them paint, let them get dirty, let them be KIDS.



One day, all too soon, your kids will stop believing in fairies. They’ll stop thinking that the moon is made of cheese, that thunder comes from God and his angel playing bowling in the sky, and that toys really do come to life when you leave the room.

This world will wash the whimsy right out of them all on its own.

It doesn’t need help from you to speed along the process. Let them believe that as long as they can. Let them stay kids, save these moments before they are gone.


At the end of the day, kids' feet should be dirty, and their hair should be messy.
Let them play. Let them be kids.

Photos from BookWorm Learning Center LLC's post 06/28/2023

Art has the role in education of helping children become like themselves instead of more like everyone else.
Our task, regarding creativity, is to help children climb their OWN mountains as high as possible.


Photos from BookWorm Learning Center LLC's post 06/27/2023

No two finger paintings are the same, but all of them are beautiful. Finger painting is all about letting go and being expressive.

Photos from BookWorm Learning Center LLC's post 06/16/2023

Happy Father's day to All the amazing Dad's at BookWorm

Photos from BookWorm Learning Center LLC's post 05/12/2023

Muffins for Mom's!! Thank you to all the Mom's, you are all amazing!


Will you help us out? ❤❤❤

BookWorm students will be participating in "Hearts Around the United States!"

We would like to receive a valentines card or postcard from each of the fifty states. We will have a map in our journals, once we receive one from each state, we will color that state on the map.

People sending cards are more than welcome to send pamphlets, pictures, etc., about their state!

We would appreciate your help!!
Please share this with family and friends. We will be doing this until the end of February!!

Valentines card from other countries are also welcome!!

Cards can be mail to
BookWorm learning center llc
P.o. box 3399
Edinburg TX 78540

Thank you so much for your help!!

Photos from La Mexicana bakery / cake shop's post 01/19/2023

Teacher: hey, what are you all doing?
Girls: he sick, we are doctors
Teacher: oh i see, is he going to be ok?
Girls: no, it doesn't look good
Girls:: shhhhh, (laying him back down) we are working.

Teacher:: ok, I'll let you get back to caring for your patient.

I love how they are using random stuff to play doctor. Its pure imagination at its best. They don't need toys to play, they use whats around them and create. This is awesome play.


Ever wondered why some children just love to paint themselves instead of the paper!
Truly, i promise you, its NOT because they are trying to annoy us adults or go against our instructions, to only paint on paper! It's them learning!!

Just because it doesn’t make sense to us adults, doesn’t mean it’s not making sense to the child.

They will use their entire bodies and all their senses to find out about the world around them. This, in turn, send calming signals to the brain, relaxing it, and bringing understanding to what can seem a big, crazy and chaotic world they are in.

Let’s remember kids are learning as they play, they are finding out, they are discovering and their curiosity is helping them to learn more.

So don't worry about the "why's", just sit back and watch, it's wonderful to see them.


Today marks 7 yrs for BookWorm!

7 years ago I closed "Sofie's Nanny Service", and Mark and I started our journey as "BookWorm Learning Center".

7 amazing years of letting kids be kids.

In these 7 years we have learned so much about business and child development. We have made long-lasting friendships and loved so many children. 7 wonderful years building our amazing BookWorm family. We are truly grateful and want to say THANK YOU, to all the parents and children for believing in BookWorm, and for staying with us, even when times got hard. This next year will bring a new adventure with it ups and its down. Ww will take it on as we done in the pass, as a family. Thank you for all your support and all the love, we love y'all.


BookWorm is happy to announce our Third annual "Nana's Puppy Pals" event. We are asking friends and family of BookWorm to help us spread the word about our event and help us collect items for "Nana's Puppy Pals ".
Our goal this year is to beat last year's total amount of dry dog/cat food, a total of 1,782 lbs. Please help us beat last year's total amount!

From November 1st to November 22nd we will be collecting the following items:
*dry dog/cat food
*cash, All cash will be used to buy dry dog/cat food

All donations will be donated to Palm Valley Animal Society. PVAS mission is to provide lifesaving care, comfort, and compassion to animals in need by engaging the hearts, hands, and the minds of our community.

Drop off location:
Outside BookWorm Learning Center LLC
2007 W Owassa rd STE A Edinburg

Even the smallest group of hands can make a BIG difference

Thank you ❤ 💙 💚


Family pumpkin project!! What a great job our students and their parents did on their family pumpkin project! ❤️


“Friendship is the golden thread that ties the heart of all the world.” — John Evelyn

Photos from BookWorm Learning Center LLC's post 05/09/2022

Reading before nap

Photos from BookWorm Learning Center LLC's post 05/09/2022

Water play💚
When kids play in water, its inspires pure imagination, promote happiness.

Children enhance their gross motor skills, coordination and physical fitness through lifting, pouring, carrying, running and splashing, while actions such as squeezing help to develop the small muscles in a child's hands.

So let them play, and watch them grow💚

Photos from BookWorm Learning Center LLC's post 05/06/2022

Outside library time

Photos from BookWorm Learning Center LLC's post 05/06/2022

Muffins 4 Mom's 2022

Photos from BookWorm Learning Center LLC's post 04/20/2022


Photos from BookWorm Learning Center LLC's post 04/14/2022

Easter 2022

Photos from BookWorm Learning Center LLC's post 04/08/2022

Waterday, are always so fun much.
Water play is a fantastic activity for developing children’s hand-eye coordination as they learn to pour, squeeze, stir and even paint with water. There is so much learning that goes on with a simple activity. Water play is so important to a child development.

Photos from BookWorm Learning Center LLC's post 04/04/2022

Bubble day


Hugs are good for children's brain development and physical growth and support emotional development.

Nothing soothes the cries of a child more quickly than a warm hug from a caregiver or a friend who loves them.

Photos from BookWorm Learning Center LLC's post 03/23/2022

Reading to babies and young children help them learn the value of books and stories. Help build the child's imagination and stimulate curiosity. Help develop the child's brain, ability to focus, concentration, social skills, and communication skills.


Tummy Time is crucial for healthy motor, sensory, and visual development. Tummy time strengthens the baby's back, neck, shoulders, and core muscles. It helps build a foundation for the baby to meet motor milestones, including rolling, sitting, crawling, and more. When friends are involved, it helps build social interaction skills. Tummy time is the best!!


Love bird houses


Why is play so important? Its simple play improves the cognitive, physical, social, and emotional well-being of children.
Through play, children learn about the world and themselves.
They learn skills they need to build their, relationships, and social skills.

Play is the key to a happy child.

So let them play, let them be little, and let them be kids for as long as they can be.

Kids need play; it's a MUST for every child development.

Here at BookWorm, we play.


A gallon + a plastic shovel + friends = fun!
So simple, so much fun. Kids don't need fancy toys when they have imagination. I love my students ❤️



Photos from BookWorm Learning Center LLC's post 01/07/2022

Bubble play😍

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2007 W Owassa Road
Edinburg, TX

Opening Hours

Monday 6:50am - 6pm
Tuesday 6:50am - 6pm
Wednesday 6:50am - 6pm
Thursday 6:50am - 6pm
Friday 6:50am - 6pm
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