Jesus said, "Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these."
Our Father’s Childcare is dedicated to embracing each child entrusted in our care to succeed to their greatest potential.
We seek to develop the whole child: the spiritual, physical, cognitive, emotional, and social, aspects of each child. We accomplish this through learning activities and guidance according to developmentally appropriate practices and open-ended experiences. These experiences come from having the children in an engaging and inviting environment where they use their imaginations and creativeness to grow and learn. The teacher will observe the children through their play experiences and develop activities based off their needs, goals and individual experiences. It can be observed through our purpose and objectives all the different observable ways our philosophy comes to life!
PURPOSE AND OBJECTIVE
Our purpose and objectives are aligned with the Wisconsin Model Early Learning Standards guiding principles. The state believes our children learn best through these principles as a foundation of life. They also believe children work and learn through the list of the following 9 guiding principles:
* We believe in fostering and nurturing their independence, along with the ability to successfully achieve their goals.
* Provide a loving and caring atmosphere for all children with positive reinforcement and interactions, which helps the child to develop a secure sense of self.
* While observing children at play, we see a variety of domains come to life. We notice how they think, move, interact with others, and how they approach the play they are engaged in.
* Our curriculum guides our focus on the growth and development of each child.
* Children all grow and develop in different ways.
* We value all cultures and ethnicities, while also nurturing the dual language learners.
* We take your child’s development level and expose them to experiences that will expand their learning. Our intentional planning helps children to display not only their current level of skill, but to choose activities that will promote the advancement of their skills.