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Infants-newborn-17 months

Infants are blank slates and require knowledgeable, sensitive, and responsive care-giving. This classroom focuses on acquisition of milestones such as rolling, crawling, sitting, standing, grasping, social, language, walking, etc. A highly-trained professional knows how to nurture the development of infants and follows procedures for health and safety as well as applying the principals of "best practice" in this classroom!

Toddlers-18-35 months

Toddlers are movers, shakers, and explorers!  They are interested in everything around them and it shows by their eagerness to figure things out! There are two classrooms; one for older toddlers and one for younger. Language development and socializing are big milestones in this classroom!  A highly-trained teacher is eager and ready to nurture the toddler and provide a responsive, engaging environment that is individualized. Activities that provide opportunities for exploration and active participation and focusing on "best practice," and attention to health and safety is what you will see in this classroom.


The preschool/prekindergarten classroom is preparing for higher level learning. These children are independent learners sometimes and guided learners, others!  The skill development in this classroom is working collaboratively, socializing, problem solving, early reading/writing development, refined gross/fine motor skills, maintaining a clean and tidy workspace, independence with bodily functions, and preparation for arrival and departure, to name a few.  The highly-trained educator in this classroom is in tune with kindergarten preparation. They teach the skills needed and observe for mastery during the work day.  Procedures for health and safety are followed and modeled and this classroom is individualized for the needs of each child utilizing the concept of "best practice." Kindergarten readiness skills following the ELDS from Ohio Dept. of Education, are thoughtfully taught and followed.



                                   School-agers 5-11 years

The Children at Work!

Remember, a child's work is their play!


School-agers are a unique group of learners!  They have already attended a group public or private school setting but still need activities and projects designed just for them!  This classroom focuses on practice of the skills learned in their education setting such as homework and reading, and also focuses on group activities including collaborative play with games and projects. This group takes field trips and enjoys play and activities designed specifically for their unique needs.  The trained professional in this classroom follows the Cincy School-age curriculum and also individualizes the activities to meet individual needs of the learners in a group setting! *Wlby Eastlake school transportation to and from School of Innovation(SOI), Thomas Jefferson Elementary(TJ) and WEcare early childcare program. Holiday, school day off, snow days, winter/spring breaks care and fun is provided. Little Learners does not close when the locals schools close.  We understand families must have a safe and fun place for their "Big kids" and we are here to provide just that!



(Closed July 4 in obs. of Independence Day). A newly renovated and expanded schoolage space will be utilized including an indoor play area for inclement weather.

SUPER-SCHOOLAGE entering second grade to age 11, K-1 kids entering kindergarten and first grade, respectively

MONDAY-FRIDAY, FULL WEEK $175 OR 3 SAME DAYS $155(limited avail)

(hours are up to 9 daily at no add'l cost)

Equipment/Field Trip Fees apply and are due upon registration



Daily planned activities of arts/crafts, cooperative/team building activities, outside play, etc. Lunch and one snack sent from home, 1 snack supplied by camp. Scheduled onsite field trips may include Outback Ray, OMG Gaming Bus, Flower Clown Magic, Lake Farmpark farm presentation, and bouncy houses! Weekly swimming(no K1) at the pool. Fun events such as McDonald's/Burger King lunches, DQ Blizzard day, and more! Field trips (very tentative, based on mandates and best practices), Cooper's Ice Cream, Playground visits, Lake Farmpark, Putt-Putt, Wickliffe Lanes, The Jump Yard, and possibly more! (associated event fees for all, K1 will participate in limited meaning "some" offsite trips). We accept private pay or publicly funded families!!

Fees paid monthly, No refunds for non attendance, no shows, prog. fees unless program cancelled by Program admin or closed by Governor mandate.

May/June------payment due  May 20 (5 weeks)

July------payment due June 24 (5 weeks)

August------payment due July 26(3 weeks thr. 8/23, or 2wk thr. 8/16)

****VACATIONS=1 week at 50% disc(2wk notice), 3 weeks notice required for withdrawal. *public funded families must use min. 25hrs. weekly with fulltime authorization.



Available Educational Programs

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