Adventure Club Child Care
Early Childhood is made up of programs for families with children ages birth to kindergarten.
The Westonka Community Preschool is a school readiness program, emphasizing activities in all areas of growth and learning.
is recommended for all children when they reach age three years. It's purpose is to affirm a child's development and identify any early needs for educational assistance, and is also a requirement for kindergarten enrollment.
We offer a 4-week class for new parents and their infants 0-12 months where we'll talk about all the developmental milestones and the joys and concerns of raising an infant.
This category offers classes for children and their families in a wider range of ages.
this lcass is designed for children and their parents. It is for children who are almost three years old or who have already turned three but are not yet ready for preschool.
We offer our two year old's the opportunity to have a child-only day, and for our two year old's who are older and ready to separate, we have a Two Dayer class for 33+ months and their caregiver.
We have several family events that allow children of mixed ages and their families to interact together.
Toddlers are movers and shakers and we offer weekly classes that give them the opportunity to do so while you learn valuable information how to help your young learner grow and develop. These are parent-child classes for toddlers ages 13-23 months.
We offer weekly classes that are gradually separating for parents and their two year olds.
Early Childhood Family Education (ECFE) classes are a unique parent-child education program. Weekly classes have three parts:
1) LEARNING TOGETHER - During the first half-hour of class, choose from many planned activities designed just for you and your child in the early childhood classroom. Learn new ideas for activities to do at home.
2) PURPOSEFUL PLAY FOR CHILDREN - The remaining portion of class is designed for children to learn through play with their peers. All children benefit from the guidance of a licensed early childhood teacher and experienced educational assistant. The goal is to help children develop a healthy self-concept and a love for learning.
3) CONNECTING WITH OTHERS - While children are learning with their teachers, parents join together in an informal group setting for a discussion led by a licensed parent educator. The group discusses current family topics; they share ideas, learn more about their child's development and benefit from feeling connected to other parents.
For more information about ECFE, call the Early Childhood Office at Shirley Hills Primary School at 952.491.8480 or email the Program Coordinator at email@example.com.
All ECFE classes are located in the Educational Service Center, 5901 Sunnyfield Road East, Minnetrista, 55364. You will enter through the lower level of the building.