Educational childcare tips and more from Johnston Health’s Early Learning Center

Posted Aug 6, 2012 | Posted in Miscellaneous


Your child will one day trade that diaper for a diploma.

It’s never too early for nuggets of knowledge, and children can be taught on almost any schedule. Young children regularly experience multiple benefits when read to on a regular basis.

These benefits include boosts in literacy development, as well as social-emotional gains, and increased likelihood of later overall school success. Children who can count to 20 or more, recognize letters of the alphabet and write their names are more geared for early school success. Looking for fun learning opportunities? Get your child ready for early school with activities they’ll enjoy.

Create an alphabet book
Work together on counting foods
Learn about spelling and recognition with the name game

Sometimes it’s not easy to find time for activities, and this is even more difficult for working parents. To accommodate this, we’re happy to offer childcare services at the Early Learning Center, located at 514 N. Bright Leaf Blvd., Suite 1717 in Smithfield, NC.

Our five-star childcare facility provides a nurturing, educational environment for children 6 weeks to 5 years of age. Our program offers a year-round, literacy-based curriculum to help develop and educate your young child. Our facility also offers Spanish language and computer fundamentals in the toddler room.

To ensure the best service to you and your child, our center has low teacher-to-child ratios and the staff is educated in Early Childhood practices. Want to learn more about our childcare services? Get more childcare information here or call 919-938- 7578.

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