Toddlers up through kindergarten students recently gathered at the All Day
Learning Centers campus to perform for their families. The performance featured student songs, chants, and poems that coincided with their spring study. Music promotes growth in all child development areas and builds school readiness skills.
Music and the performing arts are a fun and engaging way to deliver many benefits for children—cognitive, social-emotional, motor, language, and literacy skills. Music and the performing arts help connect the body and the mind. Exposing children to music during early development helps them learn the sounds and meanings of words.
ADLC students performed songs that facilitated learning about weather, colors,
insects, and animals and celebrated the wonders of growing up and spring. After the
performance, students, staff, and families enjoyed a potluck dinner that
celebrated the diverse cultures represented at All Day Learning Centers.
The All Day Learning Centers family is here for your family when you need us. Learn more about how we support your children ages from 6 weeks of age to age 13. The All Day Learning Center family offers full- and part-time options with flexible hours from 7 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.