The Little School curriculum is aligned with the 2014 Pennsylvania Early Learning Standards. In addition, our teachers use their own individual experience, personality and style to develop lessons that provide the children with opportunities to explore and learn while using all five senses!
My daughter went to this school a few years back and she LOVED it there... We had a great experience from top to bottom, from the teachers to the parent’s right down to the other kids who attended... Would definitely recommend to others!!!Proud Mother of Monica
My son has been in daycare since he was 6 months. He did really well in the baby room at his 1st daycare. When he moved to the next room he cried every day for a month. We switched to The Little School and he has not cried once at drop off in the past 2 years. He is never deprived of attention and loves all of his teachers…I highly recommend The Little School.Proud Parents of Shawnie
My daughter just loves going to The Little School. The staff is all wonderful and I couldn't be happier with our experiences there.Proud Parents of Bella
Both my daughters attend The Little School...My oldest has been attending for the past 3 years, and it has become like a second home. She loves her teachers and comes home every day excited to tell me about what she's learned. My youngest just recently transitioned there, and the teachers have been great at making her feel welcomed & loved.Proud Parents of Kendall and Kaitlyn
Mrs. Steslow encourages her toddlers to explore and discover through hands-on active learning expriences. She believes that play enables children to weave together past knowledge and new information to acquire new understanding and skill development.
A few things Mrs. Steslow loves to do with her toddler class:
The Nursery room is where you want to be during lunchtime! It’s Mrs. Leonard’s favorite time of day. She and the children really have an opportunity to talk and listen to one another. They talk about their family, healthy eating, favorite foods, and manners.
Mrs. Leonard has a unique approach to teaching her class:
Bodies are meant to be busy, and they sure are in Mrs. Sperling’s preschool class. Whether playing music, story time, crafts, or working on the letter/theme of the week, these kids are always exercising their minds and bodies.
Mrs. Sperling loves to teach these 3 and 4 year olds:
Mrs. Knopf and Mrs. Cuffari prepare their students for what lies ahead in elementary school using basic routines that do include some challenges. They believe these tools will help empower their students for their future!
You don’t want to miss Circle Time in Pre-K! It is here where they review and plan the blue print of their day. This includes: