So why are Alphabeteer classes so important you ask?
Researchers confirm neural connections are ignited when children are exposed to quality early learning experiences, like Alphabeteer. Brains flourish and development is stimulated when children are given consistent opportunities to experience learning for themselves, through educational play and hands-on exploration.
However, the opposite is also true. Sedentary and passive learning experiences may slow your child’s development. And overly formal experiences may be overwhelming and stifle their excitement toward learning. This can be catastrophic for emerging learners.
Children with developmental delays may plateau or experience prolonged stages of development. Likewise, other learners may not acquire the school readiness skills expected for incoming kindergartners, nor be equipped to manage the more rigorous reading, writing, math and higher level test preparation.
Fortunately, Alphabeteer has the solution.
Investing in a quality early learning program, like Alphabeteer, has proven to be the most ambitious way to profoundly influence your child’s short and long-term academic success.
Thematic Tiered Lessons
Research Based Lessons & Purposeful Play
Year Round Classes
Fun Brain Learning curriculum is designed to deliver maximum learning and laughter in progressively structured classes, while providing a continuous source of highly interactive and engaging experiences.
For optimal learning and retention, our happy learners have unlimited opportunities to participate in multi-sensory/multi-modal instruction.
See It Hear It Touch It and Do It
By engaging their visual, auditory, kinesthetic and/or tactile senses, connections in the brain are strengthened, attention span is improved and confidence is increased.
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Alphabeteer celebrates all the ways kids are smart. Our child centered, parent supported and instructor guided learning approach, provides the best environment for all learners.
Learners with Developmental Delays/Learning Disabilities
are gently challenged at their individual skill level and advance at their own pace.
"You can find magic wherever you look. Sit back and relax, all you need is a book." ~Dr. Seuss