Brooklyn Park Childcare and Early Childhood Learning Center
It is our mission to create and maintain an environment where each child is well cared for, safe, and treasured at each of our locations.
Our program areas for infants, toddlers, preschool, and pre-k ages are structured so that development is supported, learning is nurtured, and children feel secure and comfortable with their caregivers. Our curriculum is based on solid early childhood development principles that give children the opportunities to grow intellectually, physically, socially, and emotionally. We are a child care provider that caters to each individual child and their specific needs throughout each milestone of their development.
We would love to meet you, so please contact us to schedule a visit at our Brooklyn Park, Minnesota location. Choosing a child daycare for your little one is an important decision. We will make sure that all of your questions are answered, and we will show you how we partner with parents to help children thrive during the important first years of life.
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A child’s experience in their early years is a critical foundation for their learning and relationship building skills. The basic building blocks for socializing and learning occur during these early years. One of the primary reasons why you should enroll your child in a daycare program is that it helps promote education and socialization, which are so important for young children.
Because a child care environment includes children of different ages and backgrounds, it is an excellent place for your children to learn effective communication. While some kids are naturally chatty, others may be a bit reserved and they might not have an opportunity to communicate with other people outside of the intermediate family. Regardless, children will develop new communication patterns and learn basic communication skills.
Not many children will understand the importance of time early on, but being enrolled in child care will help introduce them to schedules and routines. These are crucial for children to learn, as having a strong understanding of routines is important for their intellectual development. This can also benefit parenting at home!
Many studies have shown a correlation between higher cognitive performance and children who were in child care at an early age. Our child care can help prepare children for success once they go onto school, and this transitions them to adulthood much easier. Many daycare centers provide interactions for children to improve their cognitive function.
Today’s Life Brooklyn Park Specialties and Certifications
While day care and early schooling is a collaborative effort between teachers, caregivers and the groups of children in attendance, learning isn’t just tailored to the whole body of children. We provide structured, individualized learning for each child to help develop their own learning strengths, discover a path to learning and excelling with a unique structure. In Brooklyn Park, our qualified and experienced teachers and support staff work with children from infant care all the way to pre-kindergarten. They have witnessed firsthand the ways children of all backgrounds can learn as well as developing the right strategy to encourage each child in the right direction to help them flourish before your eyes.
Beyond conventional schooling topics such as science, math, reading and writing, Today’s Life Brooklyn Park teaches both Spanish and American Sign Language to help your child excel in communicating and further develop the parts of the child’s brain that is geared towards learning and honing new things.
Today’s Life in Brooklyn Park is rated 4 out of 4 stars by ParentAware.org. Coinciding with that ranking, we have a clean, state-of-the-art facility where the children are safe, and enjoy their surroundings. Our facilities also boast an onsite kitchen to offer made-from-scratch snacks and lunches for each child daily. In addition to the kitchen, the children are
Why Brooklyn Park?
Well, Brooklyn Park happens to be one of the top suburbs in the Twin Cities metro area. As of 2022, Niche.com ranks Brooklyn Park is the #2 most diverse suburb based on both ethnic and economic factors in Minnesota, and also is one of the better suburbs in the state for young professionals, often those with young families or looking to start a family. Niche.com’s overall rating for the city of Brooklyn Park is A-.
When your child isn’t at Today’s Life during the day, perhaps you and your family would enjoy exploring one of Brooklyn Park’s many beautiful parks. Starting with Central Park at the intersection of 85th Ave N and Noble Ave N, there are plenty of great open spaces to play, a playground to stay active, and even a disc golf course. Or explore the winding trails through the meadows and forested areas of Brookdale Park alongside Shingle Creek. Maybe the most expansive green space in all of Brooklyn Park is the Mississippi Gateway Regional Park, alongside the Rush Creek Regional Trail trailhead. This area features some of the best parts of nature Minnesota has to offer along our state’s signature river.
To introduce your children to the wonders of reading and learning, as well as keeping them engaged with thoughtful material at home, the library is a great place to be. The Brooklyn Park Library is located at the intersection of W Broadway Ave and 85th Ave N and is newly renovated in 2016. This state-of-the-art library has the resources your children can take advantage of to grow. In addition to book borrowing, this library has computer and tech access, language resources and numerous free events that can help engage your children with reading.