TOMS RIVER – The Goddard School on Route 70 in Toms River will be hosting an open house on February 22 and March 14 from 9 to 11 a.m.
The infant and first steps programs offer caring and supportive teachers fostering social-emotional development through nurturing relationships with the children while babies develop physical skills as they learn to move and manipulate toys. As young learners begin to walk and talk regularly, their curiosity drives them to explore. The toddler and “get set” classrooms foster children’s developing independence by helping them hone valuable skills, such as the abilities to collaborate and communicate.
In the preschool classroom, children develop perseverance by engaging in learning activities and sticking with them until they solve the problem or complete the project. Young learners continue their journey of exploration and discovery in the pre-kindergarten classroom. Teachers help them apply their developing literacy and math skills through purposeful, planned learning experiences.
The F.L.E.X. Learning Program (Fun Learning Experience) is grounded in research on how children learn best: children experience the deepest, most genuine learning when they are having fun. It’s designed to help build each child’s emotional, academic, social, creative and physical skills to provide a well-rounded experience. The accredited, play-based curriculum is enhanced with a wide range of enrichment programs such as manners, fitness & yoga, music appreciation, computer skills, science & math and foreign & sign language.
For more information, call 732-363-5530 or visit goddardschool.com/Toms-River-IINJ