Little People Destined For Greatness Universal Pre-School & Child Care

The facility is conveniently located near the 91, 405, and 605 freeways. The facility is owned and operated by Mrs.

Little People Destined For Greatness Child Care is a Child-Care/Universal Preschool that ventures beyond the traditional child care services while maintaining its ability to deliver high-quality, safe and dependable services at reasonable rates. The facility offers approximately 1800 square feet for Pre-school program as well as child care. Amenities include a playroom, computers, art laboratory,

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The young brain is especially open to learning. The potential to learn academic/cognitive/social skills is high.


A lack of sleep isn’t only a problem for adults these days. Make sure your child is getting the ZZZs s/he needs.


If your child has asthma/breathing issues, treat illness with caution. S/he may be susceptible to severe symptoms.


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We recognize the importance of a well-rounded learning experience for young children. We offer everything from an art lab to a library.


Nutrition counts when it comes to early childhood learning. Check out this great guide to healthy school snacks.


Did you know early childhood learning impacts success in school and life? High quality childcare is critical.


High quality early childhood education is one of the best investments you can make. Check out our state-of-the-art facility for kids 0-12.


Is your child going to daycare for the first time? Here are some great tips for a smooth transition.


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We are professionals when it comes to providing a stimulating environment for your young child. That's particularly important since national statistics show that most children under the age of five receive child care from someone other than a parent.


A preschooler’s vocabulary triples between the ages of three and five years, going from about 900 words to nearly 3,000. Want to help your child build on his or her language skills? Avoid “baby talk,” have conversations together, and encourage imaginative games.


It’s really never too early to set your child on the path that will lead him or her to a lifetime of learning and exploration. Let’s talk about how our preschool program can aid in the development of young minds while they’re young enough to soak up new information.


We recognize that one size doesn’t fit all when it comes to educational preschool programs. If your child has never attended a program outside of the home before, it may be best not to enroll him or her full time until they get used to being around other children.


When choosing a daycare facility for your child, you’ll have to decide what’s most important to you and choose from the resources available. For some parents, being close is critical. For others, it’s curriculum, or any number of other choices. What’s important to you? What’s important for your child?


When your child is still too young to start school, enrolling him or her in a preschool program can provide abundant opportunities for learning. In fact, children that attended preschool may have a developmental edge over children that didn’t once kindergarten starts.


We know that the day care choice for your children is one of the most important decisions you can make. We can show you our facilities and answer all of your questions regarding our staff and our operation.


A new government study, American Children: Key National Indicators of Well-Being, 2013, reports that children who attend preschool do better in kindergarten in than children who stay at home with relatives. Preschoolers performed better on math and reading tests.


According to some sources, the effects of quality day care programs can be seen years after children have progressed to school. These effects help children more easily make the transition to kindergarten and influence performance up to and through sixth grade.


An independent education institute, the Center for American Progress, reports that 74 percent of four-year-olds and 51 percent of three-year-olds are enrolled in preschool. The center’s research suggests that a child’s first five years shape his or her future cognitive and emotional development.


Kids get plenty of play time at day care centers. Play time is crucial, according to child experts, because it builds the imagination and helps with physical development, such as motor skills and hand-eye coordination.


Daycare can help your child overcome early developmental issues such as separation anxiety. Your child will learn to feel comfortable and safe in our warm, friendly environment.


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For our infant room, we will introduce classic interactive games designed to build a bond between caregiver and infant. This includes everything from playing peek-a-boo to reciting rhymes and sing-songs.


We offer a variety of different outdoor activities for your child. When young people lead active lives, they are more likely to keep an active life when they become adults, according to a study published in the "American Journal of Preventative Medicine."


Did you know that young children learn languages far more easily than any other age? After around age 8, it becomes much harder. Preschool, then, is a great time to help your child build those language skills that will help him or her for years to come.


What are some of the things you child will learn in preschool? Most preschool programs cover counting and geometric shapes. In addition to those math schools, preschools also focus on counting and pre-reading skills.


If you are swayed by the president of the United States, then you will enroll your child in preschool. President Obama in 2013, citing studies that indicate children who go to preschool grow up more likely to hold jobs and become productive members of society, called for universal access to preschool for all children.

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