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Guided Learning Programs Featured

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Little Feet Child Care offers a guided learning program designed to challenge and stimulate in a loving, nurturing environment. We realize that each child in our care is individual, learns at a different pace and has varying strengths and interests. Our program is designed to allow the greatest flexibility, while providing care in a safe, warm and friendly home-like setting. We do not believe “one size fits all.” We’ll discuss with you your expectations and work together to ensure your child’s success while under our care. You have our word on that!  

At Little Feet Child Care and Preschool, our preschool program is multicultural and multilingual (German and English). We offer individualized attention with activities based on the age and developmental maturity of each student. Daily activities are planned to provide children with a wide variety of learning experiences. Some of the activities include:

 Play is also a major component of our program. Enough time, materials and space will be provided for children to actively explore the world around them. Children will have an opportunity to use a variety of creative art materials and manipulative equipment.


· Language development:  books, music, story time, finger plays, flannel board stories

· Large muscle skills:  balls, hula hoops, bean bags, swinging, outdoor play

· Small muscle skills:  arts/crafts, stringing beads, pegboards, blocks

· Creative expression:  dramatic play, puppets, music/instruments, flannel board

· Self-help skills:  assist with mealtime preparation, dress self for outdoors


Children, including infants and toddlers, will go outdoors daily when weather permits. We occasionally take field trips and walks around the neighborhood to visit places such as the Fire Station and local parks.

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