Rainbow Daycare, Inc. fosters a philosophy of providing a positive learning environment designed to guide children to discover new information, skills and concepts. Our curriculum offers the best social, emotional, academic and cognitive experiences for children. We provide a variety of learning experiences that encourage a positive self-image and inspire joy in the learning process. We respect each child as an individual who possesses a unique personality, intelligence and creativity. Our highly-trained and dedicated staff members establish environments that are clean, fun, creative and child oriented.
Rainbow Daycare, Inc. develops close bonds not just with the child, but with the family. As a parent co-operative, we place great value on interaction and participation within the center. Rainbow is a place not just for your child, but for your whole family. We embrace a Primary Care Giver model, encouraging bonds to form and flourish between a child and a dedicated Primary Care Giver.
The pre-academic curriculum utilized by highly trained Rainbow Daycare, Inc. teachers is designed to allow for emergent learning at age- and developmentally-appropriate levels. We believe in a play-based approach to learning. By facilitating learning experiences, we encourage children to learn a concept to a maximum level, covering monthly themes and topics of discussion but always tying in our core study material. We believe in building a child’s skills to enable success in Kindergarten, and beyond.
We offer a play-based, thematic and multicultural curriculum for children ages six weeks-five years of age. Rainbow’s Curriculum was developed with the vision of “guiding” children through the learning process by utilizing hands on activities rather than “showing” them how to learn. The program also allows children to participate in a holistic learning approach with the teacher interacting at the child's level. The focus is always on the process of learning and not the end product. Our goal at Rainbow is to have children engaged in a variety of activities and to become “life-long” learners.