The Goddard School

Assistant Teacher Position. The assistant teacher supports the Lead Teacher in planning and implementing the daily program for children, supervises the classroom as needed and helps maintain a safe environment where our children can grow.

Welcome to The Goddard School! Our goal is to be a resource for families and a community where parents can share information and learn from each other.

Operating as usual

Our preschoolers are hard at work making ginger bread cookies!

Special Enrichment and Technology working together for a fun Yoga Time!

blogs.goddardschool.com

Feeling Thankful Around the World | The Goddard School®

On Thanksgiving, families across the United States gather together to show their appreciation for all they have by having an abundant feast. But our country isn’t the only one to dedicate a day to give thanks. Nations all over the world celebrate similar holidays with food-based traditions throughout the year. Explore how these five countries celebrate: rdco.io/A0oMSYABdwA

blogs.goddardschool.com Dr. Kyle Pruett and Sue Adair are available to answer your questions on early childhood development, parenting and preschool.

“When we make play the foundation of learning, we teach the whole child”
Vince Gowmon

“Play is the work of Childhood”
Jean Piaget

Feather painting! Because Creative Art is about enjoying the process!

The world can always benefit from a little more kindness, and at The Goddard School, we know that teaching children about being kind to others from the very start is the best way to make a big difference in our world. In honor of World Kindness Day on November 13, we’d like to share some stories about how Goddard Schools across the country have brought joy to their communities in all sorts of special ways. From fundraisers and food drives to gardens and “gallops,” check out how Goddard Schools give back each year! reptn.co/EbosAxdABAz

Something good is cooking 🤤👨🏻‍🍳👩🏽‍🍳 in PreK 1!

"A hero is someone who has given his or her life to something bigger than oneself." - Joseph Campbell
Thank you to our veterans for your sacrifice, strength and heroic service!

At The Goddard School, our teachers are known for helping put the biggest smiles on the faces of little ones each day. Are you looking for an opportunity to make a difference in a fun, safe and caring learning environment? The Goddard School is looking for motivated teachers just like you to help children become school ready, career ready and life ready! Apply today at [INSERT INFO HERE].

As your family begins to return to work and school, we understand the concerns you might have about how your little ones can stay safe in childcare. This video will explore the ways childcare centers like ours are evolving and adding preventative safety measures, how little ones can still connect with face covering-wearing teachers and more.

For our teachers and staff, the physical and emotional wellbeing of children is always our number one priority. In this video, learn how you can help prepare your child for the new health and safety protocols they’ll encounter as they come back to our School, from face coverings to drop-off procedures and more.

We can’t wait to see your child back in School again, but we know that making the transition may have your little one feeling all sorts of different ways. From happy excitement to nervous uncertainty, this latest video will show you how to help your child through their emotions as your family prepares to come back to the classroom.

Family dinner is a great way to spend valuable time together! Consistent family mealtime improves nutrition, table manners, communication skills, family relationships and bonding. Do you eat dinner as a family? Comment below with your dinnertime traditions!

Truck or treat, smell my feet, give me something good to eat!!!!

Halloween Parade!!!

Halloween is going to look a little different this year as we follow physical distancing practices. Though children may not be trick-or-treating in your community, you can try these creative activities to get your family into the Halloween spirit: rptn.co/gABJAIAdAEz

Halloween calls for creepy treats, messy science and pumpkin carving! Happy weekend!

[10/21/20]   Looking for a spooktacular twist for your child’s Halloween snack? Try these tasty spider snacks! reptn.co/J-aBwAHA9dA

As parents, our duty is to foster empathy in our children. We can pay close attention to small acts of kindness our children display, praise them for being considerate and encourage them to speak up when someone is being mistreated. Since bullying is fueled by silence, we can help stop it by teaching our children to treat others kindly and speak up at appropriate times.

After sheltering in place for several months, many families are digging deep into their closets and garages for games that haven’t seen the light of day for months or even years. Find out what your children can learn from playing traditional board games like Go Fish and Candyland: rdco.io/A5HJ-AAdABJ

Besties are the best! One of our favorite things at Goddard is watching friendships form and knowing that many may last a lifetime. Who is your child’s BFF? Share your child’s favorite thing to do with their bestie in the comments as we celebrate #GoddardFamily friendships throughout the week!

Make sunny days even brighter with these colorful suncatchers! Perfect for honing fine motor skills, this project takes the concept of cutting out paper snowflakes to a new level for year-round fun. Get the full instructions on The Goddard School blog: rdco.io/dVIABACyATc

While we can’t control everything our children see and hear, we can control the messages they consume at home. Here are some ideas for being more mindful about how bodies are discussed in your family: rptn.co/FwAhdAHBDAA

How do you incorporate physical activity into your baby's day? Explore activities that allow for reaching, rolling, sitting, crawling, pulling themselves up and walking. ‘Tummy Time’ is the perfect opportunity for babies to practice lifting their heads and develop strong muscles.

Sometimes it’s a specific story. Other times, it’s just that good feeling. But what most Goddard parents can agree on is that there was something deep down that told them our School was the perfect fit for their family. What’s your #GoddardFamily moment? Share with us in the comments below!

blogs.goddardschool.com

Keep Outdoor Play Simple: Let Nature Supply the Learning. | The Goddard School®

Try these ideas for simple, quality outdoor activities that you and your children can do together that don’t require supplies or much planning. reptn.co/KcA-EBA1kA8

blogs.goddardschool.com Dr. Kyle Pruett and Sue Adair are available to answer your questions on early childhood development, parenting and preschool.

Are you looking for a fun activity to do with your children? Go on a treasure hunt! Like a scavenger hunt, create clues that will send the treasure hunters from one hint to the next, eventually ending at the “buried” treasure!

Applying sunscreen during the summer months can be a messy and emotional business, especially if you have a toddler. Here's a simple way to make applying sunscreen a pleasant experience for all! reptn.co/KAJuAA1c80B

To build a foundation of good citizenship with your children, foster the essential skills of friendship, compassion, cooperation and kindness. Lead by example and teach your children the significance of helping others.

Our PreK I class is doing a study on balls, and they have a question: What kind of ball does not roll? 😜

Routine provides structure, which is often lacking during the summer when children all too quickly become detached from the lessons they learned throughout the school year. Maintaining a schedule during the summer supports an environment that is less of a contrast to the classroom and provides a healthy balance between building skills, play and rest. How do you keep a routine with your children during the summer?

Language develops with every interaction you have with your child — infants begin by reading their parents’ facial expressions while older children develop their vocabulary by listening and eventually repeating what their parents say. Verbalize your child’s world and he or she will begin to repeat sounds and syllables — be sure to pause, speak and alter conversation style.

Did you know laughter can actually lower stress? It’s true. Laughing helps take our mind off of stressors, relaxes our muscles and helps us to connect with our children, families and friends.

Children learn about important values and concepts from watching you. They see the result of practice and perseverance, and they come to know that learning is a lifelong process. They see that everyone, even a grown-up, can make mistakes and can learn from them.

Want your school to be the top-listed School/college in Spring?

Click here to claim your Sponsored Listing.

Videos (show all)

Location

Telephone

Address


8727 Eastloch Drive
Spring, TX
77379

Opening Hours

Monday 06:30 - 18:30
Tuesday 06:30 - 18:30
Wednesday 06:30 - 18:30
Thursday 06:30 - 18:30
Friday 06:30 - 18:30
Other Day Care & Preschools in Spring (show all)
The Goddard School The Goddard School
27084 Birnham Woods Drive
Spring, 77386

Welcome to The Goddard School of Spring Harmony's page! We are excited to share news, activities, and photos with our current and prospective families.<script type='text/javascript' src='https://platform-api.sharethis.com/js/sharethis.js#property

De Colores Spanish Immersion Preschool De Colores Spanish Immersion Preschool
523 E. Louetta Rd.
Spring, 77373

Discover the benefits of being bilingual! We teach in Spanish, we don’t teach Spanish!

Little Angels Playhouse Little Angels Playhouse
24525 Gosling Rd.
Spring, 77389

Little Angels Playhouse provides excellence in child-care and education in a safe, loving and fun learning environment for the kids.

Greystone House Montessori School - Spring, TX Greystone House Montessori School - Spring, TX
17710 S Cypress Villas Dr
Spring, 77379

We are a small montessori school providing care and education for children ages 6 weeks through Kindergarten.

Children's Lighthouse Children's Lighthouse
20004 Champion Forest Dr
Spring, 77379

We are family-owned and devoted to providing your family with a clean, safe & loving environment for the academic and social development of your child.

Kids 'R' Kids Learning Academy of The Woodlands Kids 'R' Kids Learning Academy of The Woodlands
320 Valley Wood Dr
Spring, 77380

Our Mission is to Hug First, Then Teach. Love and Support are the foundation to being able to learn, grow, and thrive!

The Learning Experience The Learning Experience
9554 Louetta Road
Spring, 77379

The Learning Experience® is a leading provider of early education services and one of the nation’s fastest growing academies for children 6 wks. to 5 yrs.

Inspired Preschool Inspired Preschool
19433 TC Jester, Spring/Klein
Spring, 77379

WE ARE OPEN...And inspiring!!! Now at TWO LOCATIONS: The Woodlands and Spring/Klein Family owned and educationally operated!

Abundant Blessings Christian Academy Abundant Blessings Christian Academy
23403 Cranberry Trl
Spring, 77373

A Christian preschool for children ages 3 - 5 Enriching children with academics and Christian values.

Little Explorers Academy Little Explorers Academy
19433 TC Jester
Spring, 77379

. . . Quality Premier Child Care is an INVESTMENT . . . In every program, and every classroom, we address the specific needs of individual children based not only on age, but their abilities. We focus on Learning through Play using multiple methods.

Kids R Here Spring Kids R Here Spring
605 Riley Fuzzell Rd
Spring, 77373

A Child Care Center excepting children 6 weeks - 12 years old. Where your child can sing, learn and grow ! Hugs and encouragement always welcome here!

Kiddie Academy of Harmony Kiddie Academy of Harmony
3653 Lexington Blvd
Spring, 77386

Kiddie Academy provides exceptional education-based child care. We focus on Life Essentials to help better prepare children for school and for life.

About   Contact   Privacy   FAQ   Login C