Prepare Your Preschooler To Soar
Social Emotional Skills Developed Now Create a Positive, Life-Long Impact
Preschool | 2 - 4 Years | Serving Channahon, Crest Hill, Yorkville and Bolingbrook, IL
AM preschool for part-time preschoolers
Little Learner Children’s Academy offers AM preschool for part-time preschoolers! AM class runs from 8:45 to 11:45.(times can vary depending on location) The preschool program is open to children between the ages of (older 2) 3 – 5 years old. Enrollment begins each year as early as January. The program starts after Labor Day. Limited space is available. Please call (888) 623–3726 to schedule a tour.
Smooth Transitions Help Develop Your Child's Independence
Transition time before moving on to each activity, follow structured, confidence-boosting activities. This routine nurtures your little learner’s newfound sense of self. Your child feels comfortable knowing what to expect next.
Examples Of Confidence-Boosting Activities Include:
Self-Help Skills That Build Confidence
It's Time: All Kids Go Potty! Teachers Show Them How
It’s a good time for your child to learn to use the potty. Teachers work closely with you and encourage your child with toilet training at school too.
Note to parents: there is no diaper changing station in the 2 year-old room.
Creative Projects That Are Fun and Expressive
When children express themselves through art, they tend to be messy! Teachers give your child free reign to fully self-express and clean up the mess afterward. Through coloring, painting, and creating arts and crafts, your child explores and has fun each day with friends.
An Exploratory Start to Your Child's Education
A Curriculum Portfolio Tailored To Age and Abilities
Curriculum Portfolios have a specific design to age and have many different activities that measure your child’s skill level. This way, teachers keep track of your child’s progress throughout the year, measure their developing skills, and can better guide and assist in their learning process.
Beneficial Parent-Teacher Conferences Twice a Year
Although there’s an open door to discuss any concerns at any time, parent-teacher conferences take place twice a year. In the spring and fall, you can expect an in-depth discussion on your child’s progress; you can see how far they have come and where they are going.
Family Photos in the Classroom Provide A Loving Feel
Teachers hang your family photo on a “Family Tree” in the classroom. This sweet touch is a comforting element for your child, who loves seeing the faces of those they love in this thoughtful, warm-hearted atmosphere.
Each Child Individually Shines as "Star of the Week"
The “star of the week” shines like a real star while showing a poster of their creation. Every child gets a chance to put together a sign, full of pictures, stickers, and decoration, describing their beloved family members, pets, favorite vacations, etc. with photos, stickers, and embellishments.
Patient Teachers Help You Eliminate the Pacifier
Every child is different, and if your child is still taking a pacifier, teachers help you break the habit. Teachers keep you posted of the progress, and hopefully, together everyone can help eliminate this habit and reach milestones.
Adorable Daily Take-Home Artwork and Projects
Reduce, Reuse and Recycle with Classroom "Wish Lists"
A Strong Introduction To Book Concepts and Reasoning Skills
An Introduction to Spanish Unlocks A New World Of Language
With Spanish vocabulary index cards, children learn the colors, numbers, shapes, days of the week, and songs in Spanish. Teachers take advantage of every little opportunity to teach this second language to your child.
Smartboards Help Develop Age-Appropriate Computer Skills
A Fun Start to Writing Skills with "The Letter of the Week"
Fun Learning During Circle Time Every Day
Inspiring Curiosity and Community with Weekly Show and Tell:
Children Preserve Bonds Through A "Family Tree"
Teachers encourage little learners to bring a family picture to proudly display on our Family Tree Board. Children get to know each other and love to see their loving family’s faces every day.
Experienced Teachers Help Build Vocabulary and Reading Skills
FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)
Items needed for our classroom:
- Labeled bookbag
- Change of clothes
- Family photo
- Diaper and wipe if not potty trained
*We accept children who are not potty trained*