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MY PLACE
FOUNDATIONS
OF LEARNING


MY PLACE FOUNDATIONS OF LEARNING

MY PLACE DIFFERENCE

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Elementary School Readiness

Build our students' confidence and desire to learn

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Social Emotional Learning

We assist our students with understanding and managing emotions

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Age Appropriate

Tailored curriculum that is developmentally appropriate to engage and challenge your child


STEAM-BASED CURRICULUM

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STEAM is an acronym that stands for:

Science,
Technology,
Engineering,
Art, and
Mathematics.

Our STEAM-based curriculum explores all concepts through picture and nonfiction books, hands-on activities, and project-based learning. We are teaching our students that science is a way of thinking through observation, asking questions and experiments.

My Place's STEAM-based activities help our learners become better problem solvers, innovators, and logical thinkers. Our qualified teachers keep students engaged and excited through educational games, progressive art, and age-appropriate engineering projects.



PROJECT-BASED LEARNING


Project-based learning stimulates learners in hands-on activities that allows them to build their own knowledge and develop tangible products. It provides our learners the opportunity to connect the activities they do at My Place with the world around them. My Place encourages students to ask questions and find solutions by collaborating with their peers.

An illustration:


Driving Question


What do you want to be when you grow up?


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Critical Thinking


We read books about community helpers


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Collaboration


We invite family and community helpers to talk about their occupations


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Communication


We shared what we learn as we create our firefighter hat.

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Sharing


We send out a theme-based My Place family craft activity so we can share with our family


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Technology Integration


We program our robot to repeat our themed-based vocabulary words


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PROJECT-BASED LEARNING


Project-based learning stimulates learners in hands-on activities that allows them to build their own knowledge and develop tangible products. It provides our learners the opportunity to connect the activities they do at My Place with the world around them. My Place encourages students to ask questions and find solutions by collaborating with their peers.

An illustration:


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Driving Question

What do you want to be when you grow up?


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Collaboration

We invite family and community helpers to talk about their occupations


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Critical Thinking

We read books about community helpers


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Communication

We shared what we learn as we create our firefighter hat.

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Sharing

We send out a theme-based My Place family craft activity so we can share with our family


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Technology Integration

We program our robot to repeat our themed-based vocabulary words

CURRICULUM HIGHLIGHTS


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Dramatic Play

Children are inspired to communicate their wishes to their peers and, therefore, it’s useful to learn to speak from the perspective of pretend roles.

My Place takes advantage of this time to explore social and emotional learning, self-regulation, and conflict resolution. Our dramatic play activities go beyond social skills - we work on fine motor skills too! Our "bakers" will knead play-dough to make bread or cookies, and our "teachers" will write today's lesson on the board.

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Progressive Coding

Studies show that progressive coding teaches skills for future success. It helps strengthen skills in math, reading, spelling, and problem-solving.

We believe that technology is a learning tool. My Place's unique progressive coding program introduces fundamentals of coding: learners develop patterns using colors, tiles, and figures to program their technology.

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Creative Arts

Being able to differentiate between colors is important for children to learn, as it’s related to STEAM concepts.

My Place creative art activities are much more than just creating crafts! We provide our artists an outlet for self-expression and creativity. My Place students can communicate their emotions through colors and media while depicting their experiences. Our educators engage students in conversation by asking theme-based open-ended questions.

CURRICULUM HIGHLIGHTS


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Dramatic Play

Children are inspired to communicate their wishes to their peers and, therefore, it’s useful to learn to speak from the perspective of pretend roles.

My Place takes advantage of this time to explore social and emotional learning, self-regulation, and conflict resolution. Our dramatic play activities go beyond social skills - we work on fine motor skills too! Our "bakers" will knead play-dough to make bread or cookies, and our "teachers" will write today's lesson on the board.


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Progressive Coding

Studies show that progressive coding teaches skills for future success. It helps strengthen skills in math, reading, spelling, and problem-solving.

We believe that technology is a learning tool. My Place's unique progressive coding program introduces fundamentals of coding: learners develop patterns using colors, tiles, and figures to program their technology.


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Creative Arts

Being able to differentiate between colors is important for children to learn, as it’s related to STEAM concepts.

My Place creative art activities are much more than just creating crafts! We provide our artists an outlet for self-expression and creativity. My Place students can communicate their emotions through colors and media while depicting their experiences. Our educators engage students in conversation by asking theme-based open-ended questions.

SIGN LANGUAGE & SPANISH LESSONS



It's a wonderful time to introduce Sign language and Spanish to our young learners.

We start language classes as early as our infant program. During circle time we explore new words through music and movement, reading books, culinary class, and group discussions.

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SIGN LANGUAGE & SPANISH LESSONS


It's a wonderful time to introduce Sign language and Spanish to our young learners.

We start language classes as early as our infant program. During circle time we explore new words through music and movement, reading books, culinary class, and group discussions.


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BRINGING LITERACY TO LIFE


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My Place Foundations Of Learning also focuses on pre-reading skills. Our goal is for our students to fall in love with literacy! Learners will discover the basics of letters and sounds and grow to write their thoughts and experiences in their Comprehension Journal.

We have many different hands-on learning activities such as:

  • Tonie
  • Art Projects
  • Sensory Activities
  • On Campus Library
  • Literacy Centers
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BRINGING LITERACY TO LIFE


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My Place Foundations Of Learning also focuses on pre-reading skills. Our goal is for our students to fall in love with literacy! Learners will discover the basics of letters and sounds and grow to write their thoughts and experiences in their Comprehension Journal.


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We have many different hands-on learning activities such as:

  • Tonie
  • Art Projects
  • Sensory Activities
  • On Campus Library
  • Literacy Centers