Fun presentation of words and alphabet for toddlers and infants for early learning. * The method employs vibrant colors, motion, and repetition elements to build associations.
* The presentation utilizes visual characters and depictions that help hold interest. * Visual elements are highlighted with key auditory signals. * Common objects are used to introduce motion and the behavior of objects in motion. * Pictures of objects are presented with the word for the object concurrently with the word’s pronunciation.
* Letters of the alphabet are presented and pronounced in an attractive and fun way.
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Meet four-and-a-half-year-old Manny and his mother, Danielle, to find out how Penfield Children’s Center has been a wonderful fit for their daycare needs in Milwaukee.

The Early Education and Child Care program at Penfield Children’s Center provides a nurturing child care environment where teachers and families work together to prepare children for school by promoting positive growth and development. The program uses a child-centered, exploratory approach to early learning, and a curriculum that focuses on social, emotional, cognitive, physical, behavioral, and language development.

Penfield’s program is fully inclusive meaning typically-developing children and children with a developmental delay or disability learn and play together. Licensed and certified teachers use a combination of experience and knowledge to bring out the best in every child in their care. Penfield is accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) and has been awarded a 5-star rating from YoungStar, Wisconsin’s Childcare Rating Program.

Based on our philosophy of holistic care, Penfield offers a comprehensive program for all families seeking high quality early education and child care. Children may receive speech, physical and occupational therapy and an on-site nursing staff monitors the health of all children in the center. Other program highlights include:

► Week day programs from 7:00am to 5:30pm, for children ages 5 weeks to 6 years old
► An indoor playground and fenced outdoor playground
► Cheerful classroom environment
► Arts programming
► Nutritious breakfast, lunch and snacks included in tuition
► Family support programs
► Transportation
► Before and after school care

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