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Tour the ELC – A Child’s ViewTour the ELC – A Child’s View(es)

Simply stated, the Early Learning Center (ELC) was designed for children. Their safety, comfort, curiosity, methods of learning, and happiness were all taken into careful consideration when the ELC was designed and built by a team of caring professionals at all levels.

Want to see what the ELC has to offer your child? Take this pictorial tour – through the eyes of one of our students, Jose.

 

Here we are at the front of the building, I can’t wait to show you around. Look at the kid-sized door on my left, it’s just for us!


On a nice day, I love to be outside and the ELC has such fun stuff to do. The water pump in the sensory garden is one of my favorites.


I also love to dig in the sand….


and play some outdoor music for my friends in the Fine Arts Garden!


One of my friends is waiting for me in the play house…should we surprise him?


Of course, there’s a lot of learning going on indoors too and there’s always something fun to do. Here are some of my friends playing with blocks…


and here are some other ones sharing their blocks too.


We also have bikes, hula hoops, scooters, and basketball inside when the weather is bad!


If you like to eat, we learn all about food and nutrition in our kitchen.


And did I mention, we have the best teachers around? They’re one of the best parts of coming to the ELC every day.


Just another great day at the ELC, right, Mrs. Ramsey? I can’t wait to come back tomorrow, and I sure hope you’ll come to see us, too.

 

Simply stated, the Early Learning Center (ELC) was designed for children. Their safety, comfort, curiosity, methods of learning, and happiness were all taken into careful consideration when the ELC was designed and built by a team of caring professionals at all levels.

Want to see what the ELC has to offer your child? Take this pictorial tour – through the eyes of one of our students, Jose.

 

Here we are at the front of the building, I can’t wait to show you around. Look at the kid-sized door on my left, it’s just for us!


On a nice day, I love to be outside and the ELC has such fun stuff to do. The water pump in the sensory garden is one of my favorites.


I also love to dig in the sand….


and play some outdoor music for my friends in the Fine Arts Garden!


One of my friends is waiting for me in the play house…should we surprise him?


Of course, there’s a lot of learning going on indoors too and there’s always something fun to do. Here are some of my friends playing with blocks…


and here are some other ones sharing their blocks too.


We also have bikes, hula hoops, scooters, and basketball inside when the weather is bad!


If you like to eat, we learn all about food and nutrition in our kitchen.


And did I mention, we have the best teachers around? They’re one of the best parts of coming to the ELC every day.


Just another great day at the ELC, right, Mrs. Ramsey? I can’t wait to come back tomorrow, and I sure hope you’ll come to see us, too.

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