Elite Playcare provides quality curriculum that leaves a lasting impression on a childs life. From the friendships gained to the development of social, verbal, and motor skills, Elite Playcare ensures a positive impact on your childs academic journey. You will witness proof of these skills beyond the classroom as your child grows within a diverse social setting. Throughout our 20 years of experience, we have designed a program that instills confidence and independence. We encourage your child to reach for the stars and to never give up on their dreams.
Infant and Toddler:
Our Infant and Toddler rooms provide the emotional support needed for by children at such an early and pivotal age. We utilize several techniques, including visual/audio aids, soft toys, and motor activities. Through these simple yet effective tools promote communication and build an environment for healthy development.
Two - Three Year old:
The classrooms for 2-3 years initiate the childrenâ€™s first-step to independence by focusing on their newly acquired skills. The children participate in story-telling, outdoor activities, musical games and furthered motor development. This stage of the program allows each child to be comfortable in his/her own skin by promoting creativity.
Four - Five year old:
Preschool and Pre-Kindergarten classrooms introduce hands-on activities and further advance social skills. The children are encouraged to work as a team and tackle problem-solving by using their imaginations. Teachers motivate the children by infusing a playful atmosphere with beneficial knowledge about several subjects in order to make learning fun.
After School Program:
Elite Playcare enables children to actively learn even after school hours. Our staff provides a variety of open-ended activities for children greater than 5 years, including arts & crafts, outdoor sports, quiet reading time and playtime. Your child can choose from our many options depending on his/her individuality. Rather than involving your children in other troublesome after-school activities, why not allow them to explore the depths of their imagination in a safe and monitored environment?