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Nursery school and kindergarten can provide exciting experiences for youngsters. Often this is the first time young children have been away from their parents for a prolonged period of time. They are thrust into a new social outlet, providing them with important connections and new friends. Academic nursery and kindergarten schools educate kids on the basics to prepare them for primary or grade school. They may need personal tutors to help them with certain subjects such as reading. Or, they may participate in group programs, activity circles, and games. Many of these schools double as day cares, catering to a wide range of ages, from babies to preschoolers. Some are contained within K-12 schools. Academic nursery schools and kindergartens can be public or private. Many are religious education-based, meaning they teach religion in addition to regular lesson plans. Snacks and lunches are often included, as is play time. Group-led activities, as well as individual learning time are encouraged. Teachers and aides lead the preschool, day care, and kindergarten children in song, arts and crafts, circle time, and reading. Teachers often have educational backgrounds and training in early childhood development. Class sizes can vary, from small to large. It all depends on the preferences of the parents or other care givers. Cost, too, can vary widely, depending on offerings, hours, and location. Parents interested in signing their child up for academic nursery or kindergarten can search the Internet for listings and reviews, or speak with other parents to find out which area providers have the best reputations.
National Association for The Education of Young Ch
Washington, DC 20036
If your child is ready to begin schooling, make sure you're giving them the best education available. Our organization is the most committed to providing resources for parents to choose the right early education.
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The Learning Cottage
9660 Basket Ring Road, Columbia, MD 21045
Our school provides quality early childhood education with an extra touch of TLC. Preschool age children engage in meaningful learning experiences in a nurturing and stimulating environment.
(410) 740-5538
Apple Montessori School
7210 Hidden Creek Rd, Bethesda, MD 20817
Our nursery school gives children the necessary tools for success early on in life. Our certified teachers givr lessons on basic reading, writing, and social interaction skills.
(301) 320-8832
Moeca Prep
1121 Arlington Blvd Apt L3, Arlington, VA 22209
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(703) 248-9150
User Review: "If you are looking for a high priced daycare then sure send your child here but if you are looking for a school for your..."
Downtown Baltimore Child Care Inc
237 Arch St, Baltimore, MD 21201
(410) 659-0515
Grace & St Peter's Episcopal Church & Day School
707 Park Ave, Baltimore, MD 21201
(410) 539-1395
Small Business Administration
3 W Baltimore St, Baltimore, MD 21201
(410) 625-1297
Caroline Center
900 Somerset St, Baltimore, MD 21202
(410) 563-1303
Catholic Charities
31 S Schroeder St, Baltimore, MD 21223
(410) 637-3272
Baltimore New Compact Schools
701 Gold St, Baltimore, MD 21217
(410) 383-0288
Midtown Academy
1398 W Mount Royal Ave, Baltimore, MD 21217
(410) 225-3257
Baltimore American Indian-Vera Shank Preschool
1633 E Lombard St, Baltimore, MD 21231
(410) 327-3795
Elmhurst Nursery School The
4023 Roland Ave, Baltimore, MD 21211
(410) 889-6180
Ashland Nursery Inc
1400 Exeter Hall Ave, Baltimore, MD 21218
(410) 366-8277
Children's Garden Day Nursery The
2308 Roslyn Ave, Baltimore, MD 21216
(410) 233-0999
My Heavenly Angels
3840 Crestlyn Rd, Baltimore, MD 21218
(443) 919-8837

Enrolling your children in an academic program while they are still in nursery, pre school, or kindergarten can give them a big advantage over other kids that do not get this head start. In order for you children to get the education that they need, though, you should ask the following questions to make sure that the nursery school, pre school, or kindergarten can give them the right educational services. Ask the schools how long they have been in business. Those with several years of tutoring and teaching experience should be able to provide your children with an activity that can help them learn their lessons effectively. Ask the schools if they offer K-12 classes so that you can make an academic plan that addresses the different lessons and classes that they will take while they are in school. A lot of schools use games to help children learn. Teachers that are able to use games to teach children can often reach those that traditional tutoring does not work as well with. Getting a primary education in childhood can make it a lot easier for you when you find that your life has more responsibilities. Those who get the tutoring program that they need while they are still young often get into universities that will lead them to good careers. If your child has a learning disability, then ask the teachers if they have the training to provide your child with the type of learning activity and environment that he or she needs.
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