At Bright Horizons®, your child will be safe, well cared for, and supported by professional trained teachers who love what they do. Bright Horizons’ curriculum is age appropriate and custom designed to encourage curious, happy, and confident children at every age and stage.
Through Bright Horizons Smithsonian Discoveries, children will have the opportunity to participate in a series of project challenges: Collections, Music and Sound, Buildings and Construction, Self-Identity, and Patterns. Each project challenge begins with children engaging with artifact images from the Smithsonian®, offering additional learning opportunities as teachers observe and reflect on children’s interests and ideas.
Children see patterns all around them — in their homes, schools, and more — and they start recognizing and associating them with thoughts, feelings, and memories at a very young age. Hands-on exploration gives children the opportunity to design and create their own patterns; it helps them make sense of what they see in their communities and the world around them; and it helps them understand why patterns are important.
To learn more about Bright Horizons and their early childhood education programs, visit their website and find a Bright Horizons center near you. And be sure to enter the giveaway below for a chance to win a set of Magna-Tiles!
Giveaway: For a chance to win a classic set of Magna-Tiles (value $50) — the original 3D magnetic building sets for ages 3+ that engage young minds by fusing together math, science, and creativity — simply leave a comment below naming your child’s favorite toy or game. This giveaway will run through Friday, October 21, 2022, then a winner will be drawn at random and notified shortly thereafter. Good luck!
4 Responses to Bright Horizons: Early Education & Preschool That’s More Than Daycare (+ Giveaway!)
Candy Land 🍬
Hide and seek. Everything can be used as a cover. Blankets, towels, laundry on the dryer rack, curtains, mixing bowls, and also the own hands, if nothing suitable is nearby! Then he’s peeking through his fingers, not moving one inch 🤣
Julian: playing tennis!
It changes by the week. This week the favorite is playing with/kicking/throwing balls.