Learning Letters

Jumper Bean is not only a daycare where children have fun, it’s a place where children learn! Our learning is based on current, pre-school curriculum. Everyday children are creating crafts, learning about letters, shapes, numbers, colors, and using their senses. Children learn and have fun at the same time through foam letter painting, digging deep to find specific items in rice bins and use uncooked colored macaroni to trace letters. This interactive and fun way of learning proves to be effective and keeps children interested. Children will also learn basic sign language, manners and the proper use of grammar.

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Jumper Bean follows basic Montessori principles and approaches which have an emphasis on childhood independence within limits. At Jumper Bean we teach children to become independent and self sufficient individuals. Children learn to serve themselves, pick up toys and become responsible. Children choose their own activities. Appropriate activities are available and accessible daily.

Pouring activities are intended to help children develop their small motor skills, strengthen fingers and prepare children for holding a pencil -MontessoriServices.com. Miniature pitchers, cups and spoons are all used and easily accessible for children.

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Our exclusive, organic, and academic program has very limited spaces and is now excepting enrollment for ages two and up. Please visit the enrollment page and fill out the pre-registration form which will determine availability.

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