Little Einsteins Learning Center supports and encourages each child’s individual development in the following areas: social, emotional, cognitive, language, physical, and spiritual. Play is a key part of our curriculum. Planned within the framework of our philosophy and goals, our curriculum also includes: Bible stories, music, language development, creative art activities, character traits, large and fine motor skills, science, math, shapes, colors, and letters. The curriculum provides a framework on which teachers can build an early childhood program that will allow children to grow and develop as Jesus Christ did – in wisdom and stature and in “favor with God and men” (Luke 2:52). The curriculum is developed around themes, which provides opportunities for the children to learn about God, Jesus, the Bible, the church, self, family, others, and the world around them. We take a team approach to planning the lessons and will use the Bible, the Georgia Early Learning Standards and our years of teaching experience as our guides.
We believe that effective teaching occurs when learning experiences are presented to a child at an appropriate age and on the child’s developmental level. Our lessons and activities will reflect this approach and philosophy.