A father is one of the most important people in the world for a child! He is someone they look up to and who makes them smile and believe in good. We at “Baby Genius Day Care Center” are very proud of our dads and wish them always be able to be there for their […]
Our preschoolers have prepared a special performance for their mothers on Mother’s Day! Check out how children recite poems and sing songs in different languages – English, Russian, Ukrainian, and Italian! They have truly made that day special for their moms!
For children, their mother is surely the most important person in the whole world! Children love their moms unconditionally and appreciate little everyday things more than big gestures and expensive gifts. Cherish special moments you get to spend with you precious children! May your motherhood be the best journey ever!
Brothers and sisters share a very special connection… They are joined heart to heart! We are lucky to have siblings in our daycare center! Every day we get a chance to see how they care about each other and support their beloved brothers and sisters. The sibling love is pure and sincere, the true gift […]
Music is beneficial for children’s development. Singing, dancing and listening to the songs help little ones to reduce stress, build self-confidence and strengthen social skills. At our preschool, we recognize the importance of music curriculum and offer weekly music classes at no additional cost! Watch more videos from our music lessons here and here.
Play is the most effective and powerful way for young children to learn about themselves, others and the world. Free play has the biggest influence on child’s development because it gives children an opportunity to experiment with toys and create their own games. Through play, children learn the concepts, skills, and tasks needed to set […]
Children are curious and like to explore. During the winter season, there is a unique opportunity to show little ones some snow experiments. The snow science is simple enough for preschoolers to understand and make predictions and conclusions. Such lessons help children develop their cognitive abilities and expand their knowledge about the outside world.
Ms. Natasha’s children observed how the snow was melting in a bin. Then they got a chance to see how an ice water turns into an ice again after being put into the refrigerator for a couple of hours.
After the students saw how the little snowman has melted, they have been asked to work with a play-dough in order to recreate that image. They have successfully completed the task!