“Play-Based Learning” and “Learning Through Play” are terms widely used in education and psychology to describe how a child can learn to make sense of the world around them.
Through play, children can develop social and cognitive skills, mature emotionally, and gain the self-confidence required to engage in new experiences and environments.
Listed below are articles that further explain the benefits of Play-Based Learning.
The Worksheet Dilemma: Benefits of Play-Based Curricula by Sue Grossman, Ph.D
Let’s Play! Using Play-Based: Curriculum to Support Children’s Learning … by Cynthia Hoisington
Attention Saint Andrew Preschool Parents!
Saint Andrew Preschool follows Douglas County School District Late Start/Closure Policy.Please remember coats, gloves, hats, etc.
The children love to be outside whenever possible.
Also, please check your child’s backpack for socks, underwear, and a change of clothing-your children have probably grown in the past 4 months and may need a different set of warm clothes.
ABC’s of parking lot safety!
The CLC Staff is very concerned about safety issues that have developed in our two parking lots. In order to prevent confusion and to provide the safest possible environment for children and their parents, please follow the:
A Always follow the one way signs in a counter clockwise pattern, even when exiting!
B Be sure to never park in the fire lane at anytime for any reason!
C Children must never be left unattended in the car while you are inside the building!