Shaping the Future, One Child at a Time

Programs

Curriculum

Each child is considered an educator, bringing their prior knowledge into the classroom. They are encouraged to expand upon their understanding of different concepts through:

  • Center-based play instruction models. Students will engage in various planned activities with environmental changes to accommodate new content.
  • Center-based instructions and play will evolve, allowing children more complex levels of thoughts and interaction within their environment.
  • Students are encouraged to explore a concept, not memorize it. Project-Based Assessment: Teachers use the arts as a symbolic language through which the child can express their understanding.
  • Child-centered themes: The child's interests will help guide the teachers planning.
  • Infant room to learn sign language and communication built on infants cue. (a technique in understanding infants body language and cause/ effect relationships.)

Teachers, essentially researchers, pay careful attention to your child's interactions, observing and analyzing their ability to understand, comprehend and build upon a concept.

Below are some links to the age-appropriate learning games we play.

Preschool Learning Games

Toddler Learning Games

Parent Testimonials

I have seen my child grow in several ways since attending Little Blessings. He is doing so well with behavior, learning ABC's and other educational things. He loves going to daycare now!

-Rhonda V.

CONTACT INFO

Lafayette/Carencro
104 Fourpark Rd. 
Lafayette, LA 70507
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Phone: (337) 896-7826

Broussard
536 S. Bernard Rd.
Broussard, LA 70518
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Phone: (337) 330-2495

Scott
3109 W. Willow St. 
Scott, LA 70583
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Phone: (337) 232-5565

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