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We consider preparing your Preschooler for Kindergarten as serious business.  Our Preschool program can stand next to any preschool program in the state. There is no need to take your preschooler to a half day program when we can offer you a full day preschool program with the more benefits than a half day program.  Your child(ren) will leave our program ready for kindergarten and beyond.


Preschoolers are like sponges – they soak up knowledge.

Little Miracles Funshine's Fireflies Kindergarten Readiness Curriculum follows the guidelines for developmentally appropriate practice set forth by the Early Learning and Development Standards developed by the Ohio Department of Education and the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC).

Through our programs we teach children ages 3 to 4 the skills they need to learn to read, do math, make progress in science and other areas as well as begin to understand the world and how it works. This helps children become more familiar with books, words, ways to use language, numbers and problem-solving strategies.

Social, verbal, cognitive and physical skills are built through activities that engage children. 
At Little Miracles they learn everything they need to be prepared for kindergarten and beyond; within our comfortable and encouraging environment children deepen knowledge, free from the fear of mistakes and failures.

Preschool programs add to the social skills children need to get the most out of school - for instance, being able to pay attention in class and how to interact with peers. Preschool programs also offer an early opportunity to identify and begin addressing special needs.

Our program is focused on development and outcomes. Your child will be assessed at least twice a year for developmental successes and needs.

Early Preschool Programs

2 1/2 - 3 1/2 years

Reduced Group Size classroom for more one on one care of our Little Miracles. As your toddler transitions to preschool.  Our maximum group size in our Early Preschool Classroom is 11 instead of the state approved 24. 



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