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Learn 'N  Playday Preschool Program

 
Trish Favors, Director
Located at Anderson Elementary School
305 N. Alder Drive • Allen, TX 75002
972-396-6932
 
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Learn 'N Playday began serving the children from the Allen community in 1987 as part AISD Community Services. The program is open to children who are 3 or 4 years old by September 1 and reside in Allen school district.  We offer 2, 3 and 5 day programs as follows:

Three-Year-Olds

Monday, Wednesday, Friday
Tuesday, Thursday
Four-Year-Olds-

Monday, Wednesday, Friday
Tuesday, Thursday
Monday - Friday 

All classes run from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m., and we follow the AISD school calendar. Each 4-year-old class has 20 children; 3-year-old classes have 16 children. There are two co-teachers per class.

 

Curriculum and Philosophy
Our curriculum at Learn 'N Playday encompasses all aspects of a child's development. We strongly believe in learning through play and using many hands-on activities to teach a variety of concepts.  Our teachers use thematic teaching as a means to teach your child something new and exciting each week. Classroom activities are then focused around this theme, which makes learning fun, enjoyable, and concepts easier to understand.

Each classroom is divided into at least 10 different learning centers, each one focusing on different skills and interests. All of these centers teach skills that the children will eventually need to enter kindergarten.

Our curriculum incorporates goals from the Texas Pre-kindergarten Guidelines as established by the Texas Education Agency. These guidelines include goals in the following areas: Language and Early Literacy, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Fine Arts, Health and Safety, Personal and Social Development, Physical Development, and Technology. We also use the Frog Street Press Literacy Curriculum in all classrooms.

While striving towards these goals, we know that your child will be able to blossom emotionally and intellectually in a loving and nurturing environment; an environment that promotes socialization, develops self-help skills, encourages emotional development, and most of all the love of learning.

 
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Last Modified on November 19, 2014
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