We are so confident your child will LOVE our care, we are holding Try-Outs!
Try us out for a week, if you don't LOVE our Care, It's FREE!
We will return your tuition for the week, no questions asked!
1st Steps Preschool program was created to nurture your preschooler's mind with a curriculum designed for elementary school preparation. We help children develop into students through enjoyable activities that are driven by imagination and work in tandem with our unique approach to learning.
My 1st Steps Preschool provides Pre-Kindergarten learning centers and curriculum designed to help introduce and build student comprehension. Our activities include independent study, hands-on groups in small and large formations, and realistic application. Students are able to apply thought, imagination, and creativity into their educational experiences through independent and cooperative learning strategies.
Our individual and group centers help students apply what they have learned, and focus on building their comprehension. Pre-Kindergarten centers provide the following:
*Dramatic Play Center
At My 1st Steps Preschool, your child will be learning from licensed and certified teachers, education professionals, but most of all loving moms. Our preschool is MORE than a daycare, we focus on strictly learning with hugs and encouragement every step of the way. Our Center is as close to home as to yours, with lots of learning, fun and love.
Come and join our family!
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