• Little Scholars Daycare Center V

    Address: 1502 West 1st Street
    City: Brooklyn
    State: NY
    Zip Code: 11201

    This stage of development is what we at Little Scholars like to call the “growth spurt.” Each child at this stage is silly, imaginative, and energetic, and they have plenty of opportunity every day to show all the little growing talents they possess. The golden middle between what children can do by themselves and what can be achieved with the support of the teacher is what our curriculum is based on. Each child is guided and monitored through learning activities to get them to the next stage – obtaining a new understanding built on both their prior knowledge and the new knowledge gained with the help of dedicated teachers. Conversation. This is the main focus of all communication, and our little explorers are no different. Little Scholars’ curriculum had been designed with this in mind, and we have carefully crafted each day to engage every child in conversation and storytelling. In our book-rich environment, every child can increase their vocabulary, improve on grammar and sentence construction, and most importantly develop an understanding that is unique to their world. Through weekly activities like show-and-tell every little scholar will become a storyteller in their own right.

  • Little Scholars Daycare Center III

    Address: 104 West End Ave
    City: Brooklyn
    State: NY
    Zip Code: 11235

    Nursery children nowadays are ready to explore everything. Their skills are becoming vastly refined and their abilities seem limitless. Skills such as turn-taking, playing make-believe, and kicking a ball are now milestones of every child’s development. Little Scholars has put together a curriculum to address each domain of development for an extensive potential of milestone achievements. Each day children are exposed to audio recordings of songs and nursery rhymes, such as Mary Engelbreit’s Mother Goose Book and CD, to further strengthen their abilities to communicate and improve the use of language in everyday life. Children are given opportunities to play language games, recite simple nursery rhymes, and answer a variety of simple “why” questions before, throughout, and after story readings. This develops reasoning and word-building skills. Our faculty and staff are ready to answer each and every one of the children’s “why” and “how” questions. Through music, movement, and dancing children acquire control over their gross motor skills. Through activities such as scribbling, drawing vertical and horizontal lines and variously sized circles, building a tower of 5 or more blocks, and stringing, picking, and manipulating beads each child strengthens their fine motor skills. Little Scholars classrooms are rich with puzzles, Read more [...]

  • Little Scholars Daycare Center II

    Address: 448 Neptune Ave,
    City: Brooklyn
    State: NY
    Zip Code: 11224

    Our Curriculum has been carefully crafted to fit various learning styles according to a creative-learning model and high-scope teaching method. Since our curriculum is based on all aspects of development, we have broken it down to address each domain in different ways, for different age groups. We aim to develop listening and speaking skills in children from a very early age – even before their first birthday. Children as young as 12 months will be singing songs – and learning to communicate – through gestures. Older children will be exposed to books, develop awareness of a printed word, and begin to make sense of their phonemic world. All children will have the opportunity to communicate with peers and adults in a constructive and nurturing environment allowing them to learn and master their language and speaking abilities. We help children learn to dress and feed themselves, use the toilet, brush teeth, tie shoes, and other daily activities that will allow them to develop age-appropriate self-sufficiency and, consequently, promote calm and self-assurance. We aim to help children increase their large (gross motor) and small (fine motor) muscle skills and feel confident about what their bodies can do.