Concord, ON Montessori Preschool Program | Emotional & Social Curriculum Updated

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Concord, ON – Early Years Education System (EYES) Child Care (416-901-5434) updates its preschool program. The centre uses the Montessori approach to encourage kids to develop both intellectual and social skills.

The updated EYES preschool program helps children from 30 months to 6 years old explore various activities within the classroom. The goal is to get children to develop real-life skills, such as independence and responsibility, aside from their formal education.

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EYES Child Care’s updated program features a staff-to-child ratio of 1 to 8. This allows teachers to pay closer attention to their students and help detect possible awkward social behaviours and immediately address them.

The preschool program features 7 core lessons: early literacy, early numeracy, environment and community awareness, citizenship and identity, personal and social development, physical skills and health learning, and creative expression. The program complements the ELECT framework, which is a recognized document that early-years teachers use to teach younger students.

The centre believes that children should be taught how to develop their intellectual and social abilities through focused education. The EYES curriculum includes several lessons on developing emotional intelligence in children, as well as self-confidence and responsibility. EYES also has a module for teaching students how to be better citizens and what they can do today to help their specific communities.

This holistic approach to education helps children grow to be well-rounded adults in the future. Because they learn how to embrace their personality and develop a moral conscience at an early age, they can avoid experiencing angst or loneliness during puberty or in their teenage years. The EYES system focuses on applied knowledge that prepares kids in all aspects of their lives.

Parents who are interested in learning more about the centre, the Montessori approach, or the ELECT framework can visit EYES daycare from Mondays to Fridays.

A spokesperson for the centre wrote, “EYES Child Care is dedicated to making every child’s experience a positive one and to make their foundation strong by providing a safe, caring, and stimulating environment. This is provided in the best friendly daycare setting where children can develop physically, socially, emotionally, intellectually, and focus on emotional intelligence, values, human relationships, and individuality.”

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