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Infographic | Let the Little Children Play

Albert Einstein once said, “Play is the highest form of research.”  Though we may not always see it right away, taking a little bit of time each day to escape and play is crucial to our brain’s development, especially during our childhood years.

Albert Einstein once said, “Play is the highest form of research.”  Though we may not always see it right away, taking a little bit of time each day to escape and play is crucial to our brain’s development, especially during our childhood years.

Children stand to benefit the most from playing. While it may seem like nothing more than frills and fun for them, the fact remains that children need the opportunity, time and space to learn about the world around them. Playing provides children with valuable learning experiences, allowing them to grow and learn about how to interact with others and their environment.

If you’re looking for ways to foster your child’s growth and give them the opportunity to get out and play, consider enrolling your son or daughter into the child care programs at your local Tender Care Learning Center. By stressing your child’s education and providing them with ample opportunity to learn and grow, Tender Care Learning Center is able to help create a nurturing atmosphere that fosters your child’s development. Discover what Tender Care Learning Center can do for your child and enroll your son or daughter today!

Let the Little Children Play

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Tender Care Accreditations

Tender Care is a Pennsylvania and Connecticut state-licensed child care and early childhood learning organization, an accredited member of NAEYC, PennAEYC, CAEYC, HAEYC, and PACCA, and is Keystone STARS rated.

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Accreditation

Tender Care Learning Centers has committed to accreditation from the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) as the measurement of our program excellence. NAEYC is the nation’s largest and most influential organization of early childhood educators, and is dedicated to improving programs for children from birth through third grade. NAEYC sets the standards for quality childcare and education in America, with an emphasis placed on the quality of interactions among teachers and children and the developmental appropriateness of the curriculum.

Keystone STARS

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The Keystone STARS program validates what Tender Care Learning Centers have been doing for many years. Your child's Early Education is critical to his/her development and future success in school and life. Keystone STARS sets requirements for early childhood educators to promote the best learning environment and safest setting possible for your child. As a parent, feel confident your child is safe and respected, is learning new things every day, and is well prepared for future success in life.