Our teachers always go above and beyond to make sure the educational experiences at Crittenton Centers’ Child Development Center are both fun and meaningful. This week proved again how much our teachers care about each child.
Tuesday was the last day of summer for our preschoolers before they went off to kindergarten. Since most of the children have been with us since they were babies, the preschool teachers planned an Olympic size send off! For the past two weeks the children have been training for their very own Summer Olympics. The children trained their bodies to “compete” in gymnastics, bobsledding, javelin throw, an obstacle course, and more! The teachers used this as an opportunity to train their minds in colors, geography, and counting.
At 10am, the children wearing specially made uniforms chanting “U.S.A” marched to their very own Summer Olympics. Each child was able to try each sport with a crowd of parents, teachers, and friends cheering them all the way.
Today, one of our preschool teachers took her lunch break to meet up with a student at his new school because the transition from her preschool classroom to his new kindergarten classroom was hard on him. She met with his teacher and went over what worked best for him in her classroom. Then she sat with him and told him she would come back and check on him in 10 days to see how much he loved his new classroom.
Our teachers live out our mission of protecting and nurturing children and families each day in our classrooms. We are so grateful for our teachers who go the extra mile to make sure the children know they are loved.
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