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Welcome Autumn. We are ready.
Learn to Read
Potty Trainning
Cognitive development
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Welcome Autumn. We are ready.

Welcome Autumn.  We are ready.
We are now coming to an end of summer and what great fun we have had. We learned  Social Play (Achieving social play is our goal) (children interact talking and playing with each other) this past summer.We have learned  to be a  friend, to play, and to share with our friends, and to  wait our turn.  We have learned to recognize and be aware of our emotions, our impulses and urges. Impulses may  bring consequence of trouble and response is often a reward.  Even though most of the children here are two years old, We have learned new and different ideas to capture a winning  solution of self — discipline. We have learned that we are in charge of and control our own thoughts and words and by understanding, and being aware of how we would feel in  a similar situation helps us to be a better friend too.

With the different stages of play for children, the one you feel is most needed is social play,  This is structure and rule following which determines success in school. Teaching independence in one’s self  is achieving the art of discipline,  and fills the need for acceptance for one’s self and for others.  Compassion  and empathy come from role modeling, watching   others care.

Learn to Read

Learning to read best method is the phonic system -a child will learn the alphabet by site, sounds of each letter, then blends of two letters, then small words and helps young children to expand their vocabulary .  The Look-Say method is helpful where one has the child see a word or short sentence and repeat after hearing it.  This approach works best in combination to  phonics.

Potty Trainning

Potty Training:  Best Method-  Begin at two years of age and consistency and praise--lots of praise

Cognitive development

Cognitive development is the growth and change to our intellect, our mental abilities of thinking, reasoning and understanding.
Young children are atuned to relationships between actions and environment (people, objects, ).
Also, the cultural aspect of a young child plays an important role on his cognitive abilities.  And caring adults can provide the base which children can engage in behaviors that promote learning.
As parents we want to engage the child's natural curiosity which is a strong drive to learn and can process sophisticated  cognitive skills by setting their environment in a caring and welcoming atmosphere to explore and question, to problem solve, to have the opportunity to learn and know they have the most powerful mind in the universe and they will succeed to their goals.


On this 9/11/2015 morning I want to express my sadness to the lives lost at the Trade Center on 9/11/2001.  This brings to light how we don't have immunity from adversity, but we have community in love, hope, and faith.  And my thoughts and prayers are with those families today.

My Favorite Tale (tell) Spin

To Bring To Be
To be dramatic
Live out truma until it isn't
Then what?--Then Life Begins bringing peace and power of mind.  The essesence of you.


As parents of young children we want to listen to the child and embrace an environment of learning that will establish life long goals. You could say we are the compass of that path.

How To Make A Parent Smile

How to make a parent smile: Hearing their child's first word.  Seeing the first steps of their child.  Hearing their child say for the first time "I love you".  Seeing their child tie his shoes for the first time.  Hearing their child converse with their peers.  Seeing their child's good choices/life choices.  Hearing and seeing their child reflect back.  And we know God smiles too.


To my son and his lovey wife: kamsa-ham-NEE-da, thank you for your give of inspiration and for being the adorable couple that you are.

A Pattern of Action

With a pattern of action we build memories by establishing confidence and inspiring a positive attitude.  We believe in open communication that encompasses trust, acceptance and reassurance that embraces positive choices and healthy social skills.  By nurturing, guiding and encouraging the child- is leadership building.  A pattern of action is a plan of, hope, consistantancy, and support.  A pattern of action is to know intention and outcome, teaching and instilling all aspects of development in social, emotional, physical and cognitive development by offering a variety of activities in art, music, dramatic play, story time, outside play in weather permits, role playing, and brainstorming contributions.  Building a favorable environment while embracig a daily routine, and providing the opportunity to meet with flexibility in order to address the needs of the child will promote growing and learning experiences.
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