We believe that growth is a sequential and orderly process; and there is no child who cannot learn.
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Attractive and homelike, TCC prides itself in student rendered decor. The walls are full with artwork done by the children, as well as the alphabet, bible verses, numbers, vowels,photographs of the children and their families. There is a large colorful rug for floor activities like circle time, music & movement, singing, and story time.
There are also shelves for storage, not to mention roomy activity areas and designated areas for dramatic play, blocks, reading, science & sensory, and table activities. TCC also has various child furnishings including tables, chairs, beanbags, and other child-size furnishings set just right for your child's safety and comfort! Please visit our Photo Gallery to see more pictures of our site.
With a large lawn area and a surrounding trail for scooters, TCC children are given a great opportunity to explore the outdoors! There is a medium play structure, two sandboxes, two water table, a covered lunch area, and several climbing toys! TCC also hosts a gardening area maintained by the children themselves!
Here at Training Children Childcare and Learning Center we focus on a Christian High-Scope philosophy and build our curriculum on spiritual techniques that meet the needs of the "whole-child".
The age appropriate, anti-bias curriculum has been devised by Christian teachers and administrators and contains day-by-day lesson plans for the entire year!
At TCC, children engage in learning areas throughout the classroom with a variety of learning materials available for building, dramatic play, arts, reading & writing, music & movement, science, sensory, and motor development. These "Educational Movements" are planned so children can actively manipulate and experience objects and then represent what they have learned.
Training Children serves nutritious meals for all meal times including breakfast, lunch, 2 snacks, and dinner (for extended childcare)
We believe that growth is a sequential and orderly process, and there is no child who cannot learn.
Training Children Childcare