For several years I have had the opportunity to help guide, teach, mother, love, lead and motivate kids. It has blessed me beyond what I could ever have imagined. When I first started I of course had bumps and bruises along the way.
I knew I wanted to do more than just watch kids. I wanted to run an in home daycare as a preschool. So I started with building a room that I could make into a classroom. I continued my education and took several classes which I continue to do. I have realized I enjoy learning more now than when I was young.
My guiding values in how I work with kids is being consistent, staying on a free-flowing schedule so the kids know what to expect. But also having the ability to wing it if the kids are having a rough day. My motto is that Kids Learn and Thrive in a Fun enviroment. Mother Goose supports this mission by giving me organization and setting up activities that are great at building the kids creative side, along with stimulating their mind. Which also helps them to think for themselves.
Some of the most important things I do for my preschoolers is be CONSISTENT, LOVING, AND FLEXIBLE. I love my preschoolers as my own, and I believe they feel that.
I also am not afraid to say that I can always learn something new. Mother Goose continues to provide creative activities that go along with what I believe children need to experience when they learn. I have operated my business for 18 years and love the fact that I receive this curriculum and that my kids benefit from that.
My work is more than a job for me. It’s a commitment to help change tomorrows future one child at a time.
THIS WEEK WE ARE LEARNING SO MUCH HERE IS A COUPLE PICS OF MY AMAZING KIDS.
My kids loved this activity they made a mess and loved every minute of it!
Teachers affect eternity; no one can tell where their influence stops.
Henry Brooks Adams
I love how they smile when they do projects.
“The dream begins, most of the time, with a teacher who believes in you, who tugs and pushes and leads you on to the next plateau, sometimes poking you with a sharp stick called truth.”
—Dan Rather, Journalist