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Foundations Child Care & School Blog

Foundations School blog covers a range of topics relating to the care and education of young children, with special focus on development, brain research, and progressive education.

Growing Child Care Center In Kennesaw, GA

Since opening in 2004, Foundations For The Future School has maintained steady growth and expansion, in an industry that is often filled with numerous options for families. The teachers and administrative staff at Foundations work diligently to create a school environment where children feel comfortable and enjoy learning, parents feel confident in their child’s care and daily exploration, and where great teachers invest in their careers. Over the past 13 years, the staff and administration at Foundations has maintained the highest level of accreditation available to child development centers through NAEYC and Advanc-ed. Both accrediting agencies employ standards that are based on research of the development and education of young children. These standards were created with input from experts and educators from around the country and help to ensure the highest level of care available. Not only are the standards focused on the care of children enrolled, the standards also focus on a safe and healthful environment. These standards ensure that centers provide appropriate and well-maintained indoor and outdoor physical environments, as well as equipment and materials to facilitate child

Foundations Best Toy Award! Careplay Ride-On Push-Cars

As a Kennesaw child care center and school in operation since 2004, Foundations for the Future has seen the best (and worst) in children’s products. We have had hundreds of children put toys to the test over the years, and we know which ones hold up to the attentions of very creative, bright, and determined children. These Careplay Ride-On Push Cars have remained a favorite, and they hold up great, even when used as off-road vehicles, which is probably not the original intent–they absolutely love to ride them down the little hill on the playground, and race them on the sidewalks. Age recommendation: We recommend these for children just learning to walk through about two and half years old. Three year olds still like them, but they are starting to get too big to use them appropriately, so you might begin to see three years trying to use them in other less desirable ways, like standing on them…. Top 5 Reasons We Love the Careplay Ride-On Push Cars:

Spanish Class for Toddlers, Preschool, & Pre-K

Spanish with Mr. David (from Columbia!): Infants and Toddlers played with vehicles while listening to Mr. David narrate and converse in Spanish, getting that exposure to the sounds and words of the Spanish language. Preschool students played fun interactive games like Color Bingo all in Spanish. Pre-K Summer Camp students learned transportation vocabulary and then played a game naming the vehicles they had learned about.