Lowcountry Learners

Preschool

Many people East of the Cooper know "Ms.Susan" Harmon from her fourteen years running the Afterschool/Summer Camp Programs at First Baptist Church School/ Coastal Christian Preparatory School on McCants Dr.. After a few years of being away she has decided to open Lowcountry Learners Preschool for ages 2,3 and 4. She is excited to return to an environment of teaching, encouraging and caring for Mt. Pleasant's bright little stars. Our Mission Statement: Lowcountry Learners, is an early child care learning center and education provider. Our goal is to encourage learning in a creative environment through exploration, to build lasting friendships, and help them feel empowered with self-confidence and encourage independence. Our curriculum will include STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) which is a vital part of our children's future. We will offer our students rewarding Hands-On- Learning experiences that are geared to their age group. The engaging programs and projects are designed to excite the children about STEM topics and empower them with self-confidence with the feeling of accomplishment!

Congrats to our 4K class! We are so excited for them for continue on to kindergarten. So sad our parents weren’t able to join us this year, but we do have pictures to share. Check out their “Under the Sea” graduation adventure!

💦 2K water day💦 They had a blast!

Friendship is a precious gift 💕

A kind friend is the right kind of friend 💕

At the end of the day, your feet should be dirty, your hair messy, and your eyes sparkling ✨

Music can change the world 🎶 - Beethoven

[05/10/20]   We have a few spots left for our Summer Camp! Ages 20 months – 5 years are welcome! Check out our awesome adventures this summer. Give us a call to schedule a tour or sign up. #843-388-1949

Nature Camp June 1 – 5
Our curriculum is designed to channel the curious and creative forces constantly at work in our youngest learners. Some activities include the SC Aquarium will be visiting us this week, painting with mud, and creating sun art.

Teddy Bear Camp June 6 – 12
Bring along your favorite teddy bear or make one on Monday as we go on an adventure learning about bears. At the end of the week we you can partake in a teddy bear picnic.

Camping Week June 15 – 19
Camp fire songs, games and crafts are sure to make each child want s’more!

No Place like Space June 22 – 26
5…4…3…2…1…BLASTOFF! Zoom into outer space on our imaginary spaceship and maybe meet an alien along the way. We will talk about constellations and how they were used to help explorers find their way.

Olympic Camp June 29 – July 3
USA! USA! USA! Calling all athletes! Join us for our Opening Ceremonies as we learn to be team players and push ourselves to do our very best.

Around the World July 6 – 10
Get your passport ready as we travel to other countries! We will create fun food, crafts, and discover fun facts that go along with each country.

Science Camp July 13 – 17
Microscopes and magnifying glasses will bring out the fun in science! There’s so much learning, playing, and exploring going on this summer.

Arts & Crafts July 20 – 24
Arts and Crafts summer camp is more than just stringing together a few beads to make a bracelet or gluing some spray-painted macaroni to a cardboard picture frame. It’s a program that gives campers the opportunity to explore their creative interests in several different types of art by offering a diverse array of age appropriate projects.

Kids Helping in the Kitchen July 27 – 31
Our little chefs will be whipping up some fun as they learn kitchen safety and yummy recipes.

End of Summer Fun August 3 – 7
Join us for a week of fun filled with jump castles, water days and exciting activities. This last camp will be a week to remember.

Check out Ms. Caroline’s 2K class! Their theme for May is “Down on the Farm”. What a fun sensory bin!

Thank you to our families who participated in Teacher Appreciation Week! We loved seeing everyone this morning on our teacher drive! Thank you again. We couldn’t ask for better families. ❤️

Happy Mother’s Day to all of our amazing moms here at Lowcountry Learners! It’s tough to celebrate when social distancing but we made it work. We hope everyone has a wonderful weekend!

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We have a few spots left open for ages 20 months to 6 years old for Summer Camps!

Summer Camp info is listed on our website or give us a call #843-388-1949.

Camps start June 1st!

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trisib.wixsite.com As of right now, private daycares and preschools are not required to close. Lowcountry Learners will remain open with new Drop-Off and Pick-Up Procedures in place to help limit the potential exposure of COVID-19 to our staff and students and to keep their health and safety our first priority. An ...

We have been planting our garden this week! A garden can be an interactive playground for kids that will engage all of their senses.

What skills do children learn from gardening and how does it help their development? Reliability and responsibility when it comes to taking care of a plant day after day, exploring texture, growing the love of nature, and self-confidence are just a few valuable skills.

We have planted watermelon, cucumbers, squash, tomatoes, bell peppers, and corn.

Check out these awesome helpers!

Everyone is so excited to be hanging with friends!

So glad our kids got to participate in watching the flyover! Thank you to all our essential workers!

[04/27/20]   We are open and look forward to seeing everyone tomorrow morning!

Did you know that youcan see an animal in your house? Google search an animal name (on iPhone or android) and then press ‘View in 3D’. It opens your camera and soon will show you the animal moving in your room. You can walk around it and take a picture of it with people.

Look for :

Lion
Tiger
Cheetah
Shark
Hedgehog
Duck
Emperor penguin
Wolf
Angler fish
Goat
Rottweiler
Snakes
Eagle
Brown bear
Alligator
Horse
Shetland pony
Macaw
Pug
Turtle
Cat
Octopus
Dog

Have fun!

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[03/30/20]   Hello Lowcountry Learner Families! We miss everyone so much! While we are waiting for everything to get back to normal, we sent an email to everyone! This email contains some fun activities and STEM projects you would be doing here at school! We would love for you to send an email with cute picture of your completed art projects or of you doing a fun STEM activity. We hope to hear from you soon.

Thanks Addison & Hayes for sharing your awesome art work! We miss everyone so much!

Thank you everyone for watching! We hope you enjoyed! Tomorrow Ms. Caroline will be joining us at 10:30 am to read, “The Very Hungry Caterpillar” by Eric Carle. Hope to see everyone then!

[03/24/20]   Reminder!!! We will be live with Mrs. Erwin at 10:30 this morning! Be sure to join us!

Good Morning Lowcountry Learners Families! We will be doing Facebook live book reading with a teacher a few times this week. Our first reading will be with Mrs. Erwin tomorrow Tuesday, March 24th at 10:30 am. She will be reading, “If You Give a Pig a Pancake” by Laura Numeroff. Hope to see you watching.

With all the crazy in the world today, we figured we would share a bit of happiness! Welcome to the world Baby Enzo! Born March 12th 6lbs 12 oz. 20 1/2 inches long! Mrs. Ashley and baby are doing amazing! Congratulations!

[03/06/20]   Benefits of Summer Camp for Preschoolers
Everyone knows that summer day camp can be great for school-age kids and their families. Camp gives kids the opportunity to make friends, learn new skills, have adventures, and get some exercise. It cuts down on screen time by getting them outdoors and encouraging active play. It also helps working parents who need childcare during the summer months.
But did you know that summer camp can be beneficial to your preschooler as well? Many programs take children as young as 3 years old—and while this might sound too young, there are some pros to consider, especially if your child will be entering preschool or kindergarten in the fall.
1. Structure
Summer camp can provide a preview of school, particularly for children who haven't been to preschool. The transition from laid-back, flexible days at home with a parent or caretaker to the relative structure of a classroom environment can be challenging. Summer camp can introduce kids to concepts like following a schedule, learning group rules, taking responsibility for their belongings (backpack and lunchbox), and getting along with other children in a group setting.
2. Independence
Summer camp can also be a great "practice run" for kids who don't have a lot of experience being away from Mom and Dad. After all, being dropped off for a day full of fun and friends might seem a little less daunting for kids (and their parents) than going to the first day of school. While schools tend to have stricter policies about school drop-off (I was only allowed to walk my kindergartener to her classroom on the first day of school—after that, no parents allowed in the building), camp counselors are likely to be a bit more lenient about those first few goodbyes.
3. Skills
Camp is a great way to introduce your preschooler to new activities and skills. Many day camps include water play or swimming lessons. Other camps may focus on specific sports, like soccer or gymnastics. Your kids will have fun while practicing important skills like teamwork, coordination, self-confidence and learning and following rules. They might even enjoy the new activity enough to continue it beyond summer camp.
4. Social
Camp is also a wonderful opportunity to introduce your child to a whole new group of friends. Young kids sometimes have limited peer group exposure—their social circle may only include a handful of friends from daycare, a play group or their neighborhood. Summer camp, like school, allows children to practice making friends and interact with kids from diverse backgrounds. It also gives children the freedom to make friends independently, instead of just making friends based on convenience or proximity.

Be sure to check out our amazing Summer Camps offered here at Lowcountry Learners!

[03/05/20]   We have a few spots left for our Summer Camp! Ages 20 months – 5 years are welcome! Check out our awesome adventures this summer. Give us a call to schedule a tour or sign up. #843-388-1949

Nature Camp June 1 – 5
Our curriculum is designed to channel the curious and creative forces constantly at work in our youngest learners. Some activities include the SC Aquarium will be visiting us this week, painting with mud, and creating sun art.

Teddy Bear Camp June 6 – 12
Bring along your favorite teddy bear or make one on Monday as we go on an adventure learning about bears. At the end of the week we you can partake in a teddy bear picnic.

Camping Week June 15 – 19
Camp fire songs, games and crafts are sure to make each child want s’more!

No Place like Space June 22 – 26
5…4…3…2…1…BLASTOFF! Zoom into outer space on our imaginary spaceship and maybe meet an alien along the way. We will talk about constellations and how they were used to help explorers find their way.

Olympic Camp June 29 – July 3
USA! USA! USA! Calling all athletes! Join us for our Opening Ceremonies as we learn to be team players and push ourselves to do our very best.

Around the World July 6 – 10
Get your passport ready as we travel to other countries! We will create fun food, crafts, and discover fun facts that go along with each country.

Science Camp July 13 – 17
Microscopes and magnifying glasses will bring out the fun in science! There’s so much learning, playing, and exploring going on this summer.

Arts & Crafts July 20 – 24
Arts and Crafts summer camp is more than just stringing together a few beads to make a bracelet or gluing some spray-painted macaroni to a cardboard picture frame. It’s a program that gives campers the opportunity to explore their creative interests in several different types of art by offering a diverse array of age appropriate projects.

Kids Helping in the Kitchen July 27 – 31
Our little chefs will be whipping up some fun as they learn kitchen safety and yummy recipes.

End of Summer Fun August 3 – 7
Join us for a week of fun filled with jump castles, water days and exciting activities. This last camp will be a week to remember.

[03/02/20]   Don’t forget to dress silly tomorrow!

Congrats to all our 4K readers!! We are so proud! Thank you Mrs. Erwin for being an amazing 4K teacher and helping these awesome kids grow!

We are currently enrolling for Fall 2020-2021 and Summer Camps! We have a few spots left in each classroom. Register soon!

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Outside fun with the 3K! 🌬

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