The Learning Experience to Host First-Ever Curriculum Night
The Learning Experience – the nation's premier and fastest growing franchise of childcare centers – has announced that they will be hosting their first annual Curriculum Night on Wednesday, March 28.
Meghan Kelly, Director of Curriculum at The Learning Experience, is dedicated to maintaining an elevated standard of academic excellence.
"Ever since TLE has opened, curriculum has been a focal point for the company,” says Kelly, “TLE takes best practices and developmental stages and incorporates that into a child-friendly curriculum which makes learning fun!”
The Learning Experience (TLE), which has several centers located throughout the country, has earned a solid reputation based on their outstanding programs and curriculum. The company, having recently modified its tagline to “Academy of Early Education,” is having no trouble standing apart from competitors as parents are now placing a heavy emphasis on early learning when seeking childcare options.
Their upcoming Curriculum Night event has been built around the exciting theme, “What I Learn When I…”, and showcases their cutting-edge, proprietary L.E.A.P® (The Learning Experience Academic Program) curriculum.
TLE has become a major player in the childcare industry and proudly serves as the gold standard for early childhood education. At Curriculum Night, parents will be presented with the opportunity to discover, first-hand, TLE’s innovative, academic programs. Attendees will be encouraged to work their way through the state-of-the-art centers, while engaging in fun, interactive learning sessions.
High attendance is anticipated at this, their very first, Curriculum Night event. The Troy location has already received positive feedback and interest so they are asking for RSVP’s to their mailed invitations in order to adequately prepare for the crowds.
“We felt it was important to exhibit to parents what makes our curriculum the best,” she explained. “The fact that we introduce Manners Matters® to children as young as Toddlers or that we include our comprehensive Fun with Phonics® program to all preschool children will show parents that our children look forward to coming to school each and every day and cannot wait to share what they learned.”
When asked about what parents can expect from TLE’s Curriculum Night, Kelly described a fun-filled experience where “parents are placed in the child’s seat and invited to explore the TLE curriculum from learning basic American Sign Language signs, to properly setting a table, to how the children complete their L.E.A.P. ® workbooks on a weekly basis.”
“Parents will experience what a day in the life of a TLE child is really all about!” she exclaimed.
The event will also mark the launch of TLE’s Summer Safari summer programs and will offer parents the opportunity to beat the rush and register their children early before the summer sessions reach capacity.
It’s clear that TLE is hard at work molding today’s young minds into tomorrow’s brightest achievers and they are looking to use their unmatched programs as the means to accomplish that mission.
To find out more about TLE Troy’s Curriculum Night or to request an event invitation, call 248-267-9090 or visit the website at troy.tlechildcare.com.
Source: The Learning Experience