Peanut-Free Daycares in Pasadena CA

Peanut-Free Daycares in Pasadena CA

Recent Reviews in Pasadena CA

Music Village Daycare

"We're really happy with Mari's daycare. Our son was there from 10 months to almost 4 years old. He formed very good life habits like eating and sleeping there, got exposed to great music education,"

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Chin and Hong Family Child Care

"Love them! My son was so happy there!"

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Other Peanut-Free Daycares Near Pasadena CA

Hastings Ranch Nursery School

Learning to live together with differences perceived positively is our cooperative philosophy; building self-esteem through mastery of skills in all... areas of development is our goal. We believe everyone is special, everyone is unique, and everyone is loved. HRNS strives to nurture the whole family by providing support, partnership, and resources that enable parents to meet the challenges of parenting. Parents at HRNS are committed to the education and socialization of their children and are eager to get involved. They provide snacks, share talents, pass on family tradition, and take an active role in their children's learning when they work in the classroom. Our parents are valued for their dedication to quality education and their understanding of the uniqueness of each child. Our school thrives because of the partnership with parents. Philosophy “Learning to live together” with differences perceived positively is our cooperative philosophy and building self-esteem through mastery of skills in all areas of development is our goal. We believe everyone is special, everyone is unique, and everyone is loved. Research indicates that young children learn best using their senses to explore concrete experiences and that they need many opportunities to initiate learning on their own and need periods of choice alternating with periods of guidance. The daily routine is simple but consistent because we know children feel more secure when there is order in their lives. Group times, self-directed play, and quiet times are part of the curriculum. Classes are small with children in multi-aged groups. The adult/child ratio is low and the facility is secure, spacious, and exciting. Children have time and space to learn and to grow. Children leave HRNS eager to learn and excited about school. HRNS strives to nurture the whole family by providing support, partnership, and resources that enable parents to meet the challenges of parenting. Parents at HRNS are committed to the education and socialization of their children and are willing to spend the time and energy to be involved. They provide a variety of snacks, share talents and family traditions, and take an active role in their children's learning when they work in the classroom. Our parents are valued for their dedication to quality education and their understanding of the uniqueness of each child. Curriculum HRNS's curriculum is based on developmental theory and is carefully planned by the teachers. It is implemented with the belief that play is a child's work. Play is the natural mode of learning for your child, who is learning at all times. Children move through sequential stages of development in four interrelated areas: Physical (gross and fine motor) Social (peer interaction, social skills and awareness) Emotional (self-esteem, awareness and recognitions of feelings, healthy balance) Cognitive (comprehension, language development, problem solving and skill acquisition) We place equal importance on all major areas of development. Through careful observation of play, teachers are able to assess development and add challenges as needed to further individual growth. Children develop feelings of competency and motivation for learning when provided opportunities for play and individual choice. Learning occurs when the child is actively involved with the materials of the environment: sensory experiences. Therefore the staff provides “hands-on” activities in creative art, music, science, math, literature, movement, and dramatic play. The Classroom is arranged to provide ample choices for children and to encourage independent thinking, and a gentle unfolding of abilities and age-appropriate mastery of skills The teacher's role is to facilitate and enrich this learning process. Art of many kinds is available to the children daily, from the simplest crayon and paper drawings to carpentry and multi-technique projects such as finger-painting and collage. Our philosophy is that the process is important, not the product, so adults are asked to please refrain from giving advice or help on art creations. Let the children use the variety of open-ended materials as they choose, as long as they are safe and respectful of their “neighbors” and the school property.

Scott United Methodist Preschool

We are fortunate to have a caring, nurturing, knowledgeable and creative teaching staff. Each member of our teaching staff is registered with the... California State Licensing Board. They must pass extensive background checks and possess extensive training in Early Childhood Development through both formal academic training and real world, hands-on experiences. Ms. Gloria, the school's outstanding Director/Teacher has been with Scott United Methodist Church Preschool for almost nine years. She holds a degree in Early Childhood Education from Pasadena City College, continued her education at Cal State Los Angeles, and completed the Emergent Program in Early Childhood Development at Pacific Oaks. She also has a Child Development Master Teacher Permit from the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing. In addition, Ms. Gloria brings to her position many years of experience as a health nurse for the Pasadena Unified School District. Ms. Tan, our lead Pre-K teacher has taught preschool students for several years. She completed 28 units in Early Childhood Education and is continuing her studies at Pasadena City College. Born in Indonesia, she has embraced our educational program and is providing outstanding preparatory instruction that ensures our students' academic success. Ms. Melissa, the Associate Teacher for the Pre-K program, has completed 22 units in Early Childhood Education and is continuing her studies at Pasadena City College. She is bilingual in both English and Spanish. Ms. Melissa is an excellent math, social studies and science teacher. In addition, she has developed an outstanding arts & crafts program.

Happy Sunshine Kids

Happy Sunshine Kids Pre-School and Infant Center was built with love and care for my own children. The desire was to better enrich their lives with... the fundamentals of social, physical, cognitive and emotional development in a safe, clean, nurturing environment. I was dissatisfied with the caliber of existing pre-schools and infant centers. Therefore, I decided to create my own beautiful Preschool and Infant Center with outstanding teachers, ratios, curriculums and varied programs. It is top quality and the children receive the best Pre-School education and Infant Care you will find. Happy Sunshine Kids is extremely safe, clean and friendly. It's warm, welcoming ambiance invites your child to participate in the well rounded and varied curriculum we provide. Our highly trained, director qualified, staff are all extremely well educated and experienced. They care for and create outstanding, stimulating, learning experiences for your child. They use many different teaching skills and styles to provide each individual child with encouragement, enthusiasm and a love of leanring. Each staff member has been hand picked based on their education, experience and their personal opinion and philosophy towards children's development. They are expected to maintain high standards of professionalism at all times. All staff members have been thoroughly background checked through the FBI and State of CA and meet all the requirements of licensing with State of CA Childcare division. All staff members are also fully trained in 1st Aid and CPR. Studies show that children learn best through play and fun. Therefore, we have created a full and varied weekly program including the Arts and sports to facilitate learning in a playful, fun manner while also helping to develop both sides of their brains. The children are consistently challenged when they learn through interactive role play using their imagination, social and emotional development in the Drama Room. Their physical development is aided greatly by dance and sports helping co-ordination, team spirit and gross motor skills. They gain great confidence learning to express themselves creatively through dance, music and art, the latter of which also helps with their fine motor skills. Studies of the young brain have proven a close link between math and music. Music also helps with listening skills, co-ordination and indiviuality. All of these educational, yet fun additional activities are provided in your child's structured weekly routine. Your child is also engaged in learning the critical fundamental foundations of academic preparation that is now required for kindergarten. The preparation we provide is truly excellent. We maintain a 100% success rate of our graduates admittance into parent's 1st choice of top Elementary schools in the immediate surrounding areas. Most children are good at something. All of our children are good at most things. We fully prepare all of our children so they shine.

Children's Center At Caltech

The Children's Center at Caltech is a non-profit organization providing quality early education and care for infants, toddlers and preschool age... children for Caltech, JPL and the Pasadena communities. Caring, nurturing educators staff this outstanding program. The Center has resources to support child, staff, and parenting development. The Center also provides leadership in the early childhood field for other colleges and universities. To accomplish all this, every effort is made to build and nurture relationships of mutual respect among the children, parents, and early childhood professionals. Philosophy: We wish to offer the best possible experience for your family. The philosophy of the Children's Center at Caltech has its basis in a humanistic view of the child as an independent and individual learner. The aim of the program is to respond to the needs of each child as s/he develops awareness of the world and readiness for learning. Each group provides developmentally appropriate materials and activities for children in the areas of social/emotional, intellectual and aesthetic growth and psychomotor development, while fostering a positive self-concept. Through planned activities, children are challenged to explore ideas, solve problems, and develop and expand skills, language, and concepts. Their sense of competence and self-worth is encouraged. The emphasis is on active, hands-on learning, with pre-math activities such as shape identification, shape and quantity of numbers and pre-reading activities such as alphabet bingo, dictation, and storytelling. Computer activities are offered in the older groups.

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