Preschool in Milwaukee, WI 53218
5225 W Lincoln Creek Dr
Milwaukee, WI 53218
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Little Camp Congress child care objectives are:
To create a comfortable environment that allows each child to develop self confidence, self awareness and a positive self image.
To create an opportunity for positive social interaction, and to help foster an awareness of personal potential.
To provide a program that allow for the individual uniqueness of each child by planning a wide variety of experiences.
To establish an atmosphere of stability, safety and trust
To provide a program that stimulates each childs natural creativity, curiosity and eagerness to learn which will create a foundation for a lifetime of learning.
To foster an atmosphere of openness and to encourage parent participation and input for the benefit of each participant
To continually strive to improve and refine the program by providing creative and comprehensive child care services.
To establish an environment that promotes early literacy skills.
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LCC philosophy is to promote a whole-child concept of development by meeting all the domains of a childs early learning and development.
Health and Physical Development
Social and Emotional Development
Language Development and Communication
Approaches to Learning
Cognition and General Knowledge
Some characteristics we believe to be important for teachers to help children acquire within group settings are:
Building strong, caring relationships with families
Developing self-awareness, confidence and feelings of self-worth
Developing interpersonal relationships
General Guidance Philosophy
Our center will use positive guidance techniques such as modeling and encouraging expected behavior, redirection and setting clear goals.
Our goal is to guide children into becoming happy, responsible and cooperative participants through positive teaching techniques. In the event that behavior requires discipline:
Teacher action will not damage the childs self-image.
Teacher action will help children learn self-control, choose alternatives, identify feelings, and develop an understanding and respect of feelings for other. Teachers will communicate regularly with families regarding behavior concerns.
Staff will work as a team with the child and parents to solve problems related to behavior.
Additional information can be found in the Little Camp Congress Child Care Policy Handbook, which is available for review at the child care center.