Child Prodigy Blog
Be sure to check out Child Prodigy's Blog!! (Simply click on the green button to the right). Latest topic is about Preschool Developmental Screenings offered for free in Lee's Summit!
Introducing Child Prodigy's new FACEBOOK page!
Follow the link below or search Child Prodigy Children's Center to view our new facebook page! "Like" the page to receive updates as they are posted and please feel free to post any comments or suggestions! Thank you very much!
We are extremely excited to have this as a new communication tool and plan to utilize it as such. Thank you for your support! :)
What We Can Do For Your Child
Children will be introduced to age appropriate learning materials in each classroom. We believe that learning takes place through play and exploration. Our qualified staff provide opportunities for your child to learn basic skills as well as sign language, Spanish, color and number recognition, writing, reading and simple math.
- We view childhood as a unique and valuable stage in our development as humans.
Our time spent with your child is based on a knowledge and understanding of child development and early childhood education.
Each child is respected as a unique individual and is treated as such.
We value ties between children and their families and therefore welcome your comments and suggestions.
- We strive to maximize your child’s creative and intellectual potentials through play and exploration.
Our goal is to give guidance through early childhood development while building a strong foundation of self-esteem that will last a lifetime.
Child Prodigy keeps an “open-door” policy. Parents are encouraged to drop in and visit us anytime, unannounced. You are always welcome!
We also have a video camera system which enables you to watch your child in their classroom while you are in our building.
Our discipline is based on a gentle, firm, and mutual respect between the teachers and children. Our goal in discipline is to reinforce positive behavior while redirecting inappropriate behavior. Physical punishment will never be used as a form of discipline.