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I recommend this daycare for anyone thats looking to place their child in school. All my kids go here and they love it; absolutely friendly and very warm atmosphere, I can’t wait to put my youngest in there!!!
TLC Learning Academy 1&2 is a great learning /safe enviornment to place your wonderful children . I have known the director my hold life she is a kind heart / loving person who loves what she does to make sure our children learn and want to be someone in life. sign your favorite
Congrats to Pre-K graduates. Shellia Jackson Shellia, you and your staff have done an excellent job preparing them for kindergarten. I'm sure that they will be successful due to the headstart that you all have given them.
I know they gotta grow older but I WANT THEM TO BE HERE FOREVER !!!! I love TLC !!! I love the teachers , directors ... EVERYTHING !!
National Teacher Appreciation Week.
Breakfast for our staff is just the beginning of the week.
I'm in love w. All the pictures ! Y'all did amazing and are amazing !! ❤❤❤

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05/26/2021

You most likely focus on what you can teach your toddlers rather than what you can learn from them. After all, there are many things you need to teach—from saying thank you to putting on a shirt.

But there are also many life lessons your toddler might be able to teach you. You simply have to be open to the idea that your toddler might have an even better way of thinking about certain things than most adults do.

Here are 13 lessons you can learn from your little one.

Don’t Give Up After Failure
Toddlers fail more than they succeed. They often fall down, put their clothes on inside out, and lose their tempers on a daily basis.

However, they aren’t embarrassed by their failures, and they don’t conclude that they’re incapable. Instead, they get back up and keep trying.

Be Curious
Toddlers are notoriously curious. Whether they’re asking questions or opening every drawer within reach, they want to learn as much as they can.

And they don’t just look at things—they explore them with all their senses. They want to taste, smell, hear, touch, and see everything they come in contact with.

Be Patient
Of course, they aren’t so patient about everything (like when asked to do something they don’t want to do). But watching a toddler try to do something they’re invested in doing can teach you a lot about your own patience.

Enjoy the Moment
One of the big perks of being a two-year-old is that you have few regrets about the past and even fewer worries about the future.

Adults often spend a lot of time trying to learn and practice mindfulness techniques. But for toddlers, living in the moment is second nature. No matter what activity they’re doing, they focus on the here-and-now.

How Kids Can Benefit From Mindfulness
Only Eat When You’re Hungry
Serving food to a toddler can be frustrating. They’re notoriously picky eaters, and they often refuse to eat anything at all.

But on the bright side, they only eat when hungry. They don’t eat just because the clock says it’s lunchtime, and they aren’t concerned about cleaning their plates. They listen to their bodies to know when it’s time to eat.

Be Yourself
Whether their hair is a mess or they’re the only child in the room, toddlers aren’t concerned about how other people perceive them. They’re too busy being themselves.

This doesn’t mean they aren’t shy sometimes—they definitely can be slow to warm up to some people. But this usually happens when they’re unsure about certain other people, not because they’re unsure about themselves.

Ask for Help When You Need It
While toddlers can be fiercely independent (often struggling to recognize their limitations), they also ask for help.

They aren’t ashamed to admit being unable to do something. And when someone does help them, they’re often quite gracious.

Appreciate the Small Things in Life
Toddlers don’t care about fancy things or expensive outings. They tend to be most impressed by the little things in life—a flower in a field, rain falling out of the sky, or a new box to play with.

They can be easily entertained by many different things. And they often find great joy in life’s simplest pleasures.

View People Without Prejudice
Toddlers don’t have preconceived notions about what people should be like based on their age, race, sex, religion, or occupation.

They look for signs that someone is kind based on how the person acts, and they’re open-minded about who they interact with.

Express Your Feelings
One of the most obvious traits of our toddlers is that they often need help in the emotion regulation department (as they don’t always know how to show feelings in a socially appropriate way).

But whether they scream out of sadness, stomp feet out of anger, or are extremely delighted, they surely don’t hold back. They have no problem showing people their emotional state.

Because of this, you usually don’t ever have to guess how a toddler is feeling. And this is something adults can learn from since we often tend to hold our emotions inside.
Love Wholeheartedly
Toddlers know who they love, and they aren’t afraid of getting hurt by the people they care about. They don’t count kind deeds or worry about who shows more affection. They just love people wholeheartedly.

Most of them show a lot of affection toward the people they feel closest to. And they often do so on a regular basis. They give hugs, say “I love you,” and climb up in a loved one’s lap, just because they feel like it.

While they do get angry, they don’t hold grudges long. They move on fast and are often quite generous in their willingness to share and show kindness. They usually express love on a regular basis without worrying about who said “I love you” last.

Speak Up With Honesty
If you want to know if your new hat is ugly, ask a toddler. Toddlers don’t hesitate to share their honest opinions—even when the answer isn’t one you would like to hear.

They aren’t concerned with people-pleasing. And they aren’t inclined to worry about how to avoid offending someone. Instead, they’re courageous about speaking the truth to just about anyone who asks.
Always Have a Good Joke or Trick Handy
While toddlers aren’t known for their social graces, they are great at handling the lull in almost any conversation.

Whether they can give Grandma raspberries, or show auntie their big muscles, most of them have a few tricks up their sleeves that are sure to get a laugh out of those around them.

And they’re usually pretty compliant with performing their tricks or jokes on request.

By: Amy Morin, LCSW
Very Well Family

You most likely focus on what you can teach your toddlers rather than what you can learn from them. After all, there are many things you need to teach—from saying thank you to putting on a shirt.

But there are also many life lessons your toddler might be able to teach you. You simply have to be open to the idea that your toddler might have an even better way of thinking about certain things than most adults do.

Here are 13 lessons you can learn from your little one.

Don’t Give Up After Failure
Toddlers fail more than they succeed. They often fall down, put their clothes on inside out, and lose their tempers on a daily basis.

However, they aren’t embarrassed by their failures, and they don’t conclude that they’re incapable. Instead, they get back up and keep trying.

Be Curious
Toddlers are notoriously curious. Whether they’re asking questions or opening every drawer within reach, they want to learn as much as they can.

And they don’t just look at things—they explore them with all their senses. They want to taste, smell, hear, touch, and see everything they come in contact with.

Be Patient
Of course, they aren’t so patient about everything (like when asked to do something they don’t want to do). But watching a toddler try to do something they’re invested in doing can teach you a lot about your own patience.

Enjoy the Moment
One of the big perks of being a two-year-old is that you have few regrets about the past and even fewer worries about the future.

Adults often spend a lot of time trying to learn and practice mindfulness techniques. But for toddlers, living in the moment is second nature. No matter what activity they’re doing, they focus on the here-and-now.

How Kids Can Benefit From Mindfulness
Only Eat When You’re Hungry
Serving food to a toddler can be frustrating. They’re notoriously picky eaters, and they often refuse to eat anything at all.

But on the bright side, they only eat when hungry. They don’t eat just because the clock says it’s lunchtime, and they aren’t concerned about cleaning their plates. They listen to their bodies to know when it’s time to eat.

Be Yourself
Whether their hair is a mess or they’re the only child in the room, toddlers aren’t concerned about how other people perceive them. They’re too busy being themselves.

This doesn’t mean they aren’t shy sometimes—they definitely can be slow to warm up to some people. But this usually happens when they’re unsure about certain other people, not because they’re unsure about themselves.

Ask for Help When You Need It
While toddlers can be fiercely independent (often struggling to recognize their limitations), they also ask for help.

They aren’t ashamed to admit being unable to do something. And when someone does help them, they’re often quite gracious.

Appreciate the Small Things in Life
Toddlers don’t care about fancy things or expensive outings. They tend to be most impressed by the little things in life—a flower in a field, rain falling out of the sky, or a new box to play with.

They can be easily entertained by many different things. And they often find great joy in life’s simplest pleasures.

View People Without Prejudice
Toddlers don’t have preconceived notions about what people should be like based on their age, race, sex, religion, or occupation.

They look for signs that someone is kind based on how the person acts, and they’re open-minded about who they interact with.

Express Your Feelings
One of the most obvious traits of our toddlers is that they often need help in the emotion regulation department (as they don’t always know how to show feelings in a socially appropriate way).

But whether they scream out of sadness, stomp feet out of anger, or are extremely delighted, they surely don’t hold back. They have no problem showing people their emotional state.

Because of this, you usually don’t ever have to guess how a toddler is feeling. And this is something adults can learn from since we often tend to hold our emotions inside.
Love Wholeheartedly
Toddlers know who they love, and they aren’t afraid of getting hurt by the people they care about. They don’t count kind deeds or worry about who shows more affection. They just love people wholeheartedly.

Most of them show a lot of affection toward the people they feel closest to. And they often do so on a regular basis. They give hugs, say “I love you,” and climb up in a loved one’s lap, just because they feel like it.

While they do get angry, they don’t hold grudges long. They move on fast and are often quite generous in their willingness to share and show kindness. They usually express love on a regular basis without worrying about who said “I love you” last.

Speak Up With Honesty
If you want to know if your new hat is ugly, ask a toddler. Toddlers don’t hesitate to share their honest opinions—even when the answer isn’t one you would like to hear.

They aren’t concerned with people-pleasing. And they aren’t inclined to worry about how to avoid offending someone. Instead, they’re courageous about speaking the truth to just about anyone who asks.
Always Have a Good Joke or Trick Handy
While toddlers aren’t known for their social graces, they are great at handling the lull in almost any conversation.

Whether they can give Grandma raspberries, or show auntie their big muscles, most of them have a few tricks up their sleeves that are sure to get a laugh out of those around them.

And they’re usually pretty compliant with performing their tricks or jokes on request.

By: Amy Morin, LCSW
Very Well Family

05/21/2021

Share and tell a friend!

Share and tell a friend!

05/18/2021

Tell a friend!

Tell a friend!

Spending Time With Kids Boosts Generosity and Compassion, Study Says 05/18/2021

Spending Time With Kids Boosts Generosity and Compassion, Study Says

“The suggestion is that children may hold the key to influencing more positive decisions that adults make that can benefit society as a whole,” says Desreen N. Dudley, PsyD, a licensed clinical psychologist at Teladoc.

https://www.verywellmind.com/spending-time-with-kids-boosts-generosity-and-compassion-study-says-5184266

Spending Time With Kids Boosts Generosity and Compassion, Study Says New research has found that children may play a key role in developing a more compassionate society.

Photos from Sesame Street in Communities's post 05/17/2021

Photos from Sesame Street in Communities's post

05/12/2021

𝗡𝗔𝗧𝗜𝗢𝗡𝗔𝗟 𝗦𝗖𝗛𝗢𝗢𝗟 𝗡𝗨𝗥𝗦𝗘 𝗗𝗔𝗬!

National School Nurse Day on the Wednesday of National Nurses Week honors all school nurses who care for the children in the schools every day. School nurses promote learning through healthy children.

School nurses are often the first place a student thinks to go when they don’t feel well or have been hurt. But they also provide a wealth of information that supports a successful education as well. The observance reminds us of all the reasons the nurse is available to your school. They provide more than bandaids for scrapes on the playground and check for fevers when a child shows the first sign of illness. School nurses are first responders for medical concerns and administer mid-day doses of medication.
They advocate for students, too. In a school setting, school nurses make referrals for pediatric care when necessary. As a team member, school nurses play a vital role in guiding students to healthy lifestyles.
All the roles of a school nurse lead to healthier students who are better prepared for learning.

𝗡𝗔𝗧𝗜𝗢𝗡𝗔𝗟 𝗦𝗖𝗛𝗢𝗢𝗟 𝗡𝗨𝗥𝗦𝗘 𝗗𝗔𝗬!

National School Nurse Day on the Wednesday of National Nurses Week honors all school nurses who care for the children in the schools every day. School nurses promote learning through healthy children.

School nurses are often the first place a student thinks to go when they don’t feel well or have been hurt. But they also provide a wealth of information that supports a successful education as well. The observance reminds us of all the reasons the nurse is available to your school. They provide more than bandaids for scrapes on the playground and check for fevers when a child shows the first sign of illness. School nurses are first responders for medical concerns and administer mid-day doses of medication.
They advocate for students, too. In a school setting, school nurses make referrals for pediatric care when necessary. As a team member, school nurses play a vital role in guiding students to healthy lifestyles.
All the roles of a school nurse lead to healthier students who are better prepared for learning.

05/09/2021

Happy Mother's Day!!

Tag all the cool mom's you know ⭐️

05/07/2021

National Provider Appreciation Day, was started in 1996 by a group of volunteers in New Jersey. This group saw the need to recognize the tireless efforts of providers who care for children of working parents. Each year since momentum and support have grown, and recognition currently includes individual and government organizations throughout the United States. A proclamation is signed each year by many of the State Governors.

#nationalproviderappreciationday #teacherappreciationweek #preschool #preschoolteacher

05/05/2021

Letters and numbers are useful at the right time but you need functional language to communicate with your little ones. ✨

Letters and numbers are useful at the right time but you need functional language to communicate with your little ones. ✨

05/04/2021

We have found ourselves in a new and uncharted situation. Teachers are digitally teaching over Zoom or while wearing masks and face shields in the midst of a time during social distancing.

When things get hard, teachers find a way. They find a way to share their fierce love for their students, to connect with storytelling and love, and to embrace the struggles and challenges day in and day out.

When times get tough, remember the amazing work you do for each and every student. We hope this list of inspirational teacher quotes reminds you of the great work you are doing and how much you matter.

If nothing else, take a moment to remember just how incredible you are. You are appreciated and heroes during these desperate times!

#teachersfollowteachers #teacherappreciationweek
#preschoolteacher #teachersday #teacherweek

We have found ourselves in a new and uncharted situation. Teachers are digitally teaching over Zoom or while wearing masks and face shields in the midst of a time during social distancing.

When things get hard, teachers find a way. They find a way to share their fierce love for their students, to connect with storytelling and love, and to embrace the struggles and challenges day in and day out.

When times get tough, remember the amazing work you do for each and every student. We hope this list of inspirational teacher quotes reminds you of the great work you are doing and how much you matter.

If nothing else, take a moment to remember just how incredible you are. You are appreciated and heroes during these desperate times!

#teachersfollowteachers #teacherappreciationweek
#preschoolteacher #teachersday #teacherweek

05/03/2021

Teaching is the one profession that creates all other professions.

Teaching is the one profession that creates all other professions.

05/03/2021

Happy Blessed Teacher Appreciation Week To The Best Educators Ever #TeamTLCLEARNINGACADEMY!!!!!!!!!!!

Happy Blessed Teacher Appreciation Week To The Best Educators Ever #TeamTLCLEARNINGACADEMY!!!!!!!!!!!

Photos from TLC Learning Academy's post 04/30/2021

Dr. Ann-Louise T. Lockhart , pediatric psychologist, parent coach, author, speaker, talk about how to help your child when they feel betrayed.

04/29/2021

All eyes here!!!

All eyes here!!!

Welcome to TLC LEARNING ACADEMY

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4364 Millbranch Road
Memphis, TN
38116

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Monday 06:00 - 18:00
Tuesday 06:00 - 18:00
Wednesday 06:00 - 18:00
Thursday 06:00 - 18:00
Friday 06:00 - 18:00
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