Sturgeon Lake Clubhouse Daycare LLC
Sturgeon Lake Clubhouse Daycare LLC

We are located at:

STURGEON LAKE CLUBHOUSE DAYCARE LLC
3229 LOGAN DR
STURGEON LAKE, MN 55783
 
Phone: 218 9691969

Email: tabithagordon@gmail.com

 

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Office Hours 6 am - 5 pm



Child Care Assisstance 

Head Start

Parent Aware funding

Grant Money:

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Minnesota’s Early Learning Guidelines for Birth to 3

DOMAIN I: Social and Emotional Development

COMPONENTS:

Trust and Emotional Security Trust and Emotional Security

Self-Awareness

Self-Regulation

Relationships with Other Children

DOMAIN II: Language Development and Communication

COMPONENTS:

Listening and Understanding

Communicating and Speaking

Emergent Literacy

DOMAIN III: Cognitive Development

COMPONENTS:

Cognitive Development

COMPONENTS: Exploration and Discovery

Memory

Problem Solving

Imitation and Symbolic Play

 

DOMAIN IV: Physical and Motor Development

COMPONENTS:

Gross Motor Development

Fine Motor Development

Physical Health and Well-Being

Minnesota’s Early Learning Guidelines for 3-5 and

Domain l: Social and Emotional Development

COMPONENTS:

Emotional Development

Self-concept

Social Competence and Relationship

Domain Ll: Approaches to learning

COMPONENTS:

Curiosity

Risk – Taking

Imagination and invention

Persistence

Reflection in Interpretation

Domain lll: Language and Literacy Development

COMPONENTS:

Listening

Speaking

Emergent Reading

Emergent writing

Domain lV: Creativity and the Arts

COMPONENTS:

Creating

Responding

Evaluating

Domain V: Cognitive Development

COMPONENTS:

Mathematical and logical thinking

Scientific thinking and problem solving

Social systems understanding

Domain Vl: Physical and Motor Development

COMPONENTS:

Gross Motor Development

Fine Motor Development

Physical health and well-being

 

 

DOMAIN IV: Physical and Motor Development

COMPONENTS:

Gross Motor Development

Fine Motor Development

Physical Health and Well-Being

ACTIVITY......WHEN I DO THIS........ I AM LEARNING TO

 

ACTIVITY

WHEN I DO THIS

I AM LEARNING TO

Blocks

Use blocks & wooden people to create rooms.

-Make maps of my world (social studies, math)

 

Make bridges for cars.

-Use shapes to build (math)

-Plan ahead (study skills)

-Recreate structures I’ve seen  (geography,  problem solving)

Dramatic Play

Use a stethoscope to examine a doll & write a prescription.

-Pretend with objects (abstract thinking)

-Write with a purpose (literacy)

 

Pretend to be a firefighter

-Recall what I know about workers in my community (social studies)

-Act out roles (the arts)

Toys & Games

Finish an alphabet puzzle

-Complete a task (study habits, self-confidence)

-Learn about he alphabet (literacy)

Group pictures that are the same

-match and classify (math)

Arts

Gather paper, scissors, and glue for a project.

-Plan & carry out a task (study habits, independence)

Draw a picture of my family.

-Use symbols to represent my ideas (literacy)

-Gain and understanding of what “family” means (social studies)

Discovery

Plant seeds and measure each plant’s growth.

-Measurement (math)

-Small muscle development (writing)

Use eyedroppers to add colors to container of water.

- Mix colors (science)

- Small muscle development (writing)

Sand & Water

Pour water onto waterwheels to set them in motion.

-Cause and effect (science)

-Coordinate eye-hand movement (writing)

Discover how many cups of sand fill a pail.

-Count & measure volume (math)

Computers

Try out computer program together with another child.

-Share and play cooperatively with others (social skills)

Type the letter of my name.

-Recognize and use alphabet letters (literacy)

Playing puzzle, learning games.

-Small muscle development (writing)

Library

Scribble on paper using some letters and tell what the scribble says.

-Use writing as a way to communicate (literacy)

-Make a connection between letters and the sounds they make (literacy)

Listen to a story & talk about what happened.

-Love books, remember details, and express ideas (language development, literacy)

Music & Movement

Sing or do a fingerplay with other children and the teacher.

-participate cooperatively in a group (social skills)

-Recognize rhymes (phonological awareness, listening)

Create different sounds by putting more (or fewer) beans in cans and shaking them.

-Explore cause and effect (science, logical thinking)

Cooking

Follow directions in a recipe that calls for adding ingredients by teaspoon, cuts, ect.

-Understand measurement (math)

-Read a recipe (literacy)

Watch bread  dough rise or butter melt

-Understand that foods can change their physical states (science)

Outdoor

Follow my friends up climbers, sown slides, and through tunnels.

-Develop an awareness of shapes and space (math, social studies)

-Make friends (social skills)

Work together to build a tunnel in the sand.

-Share space (social skills)

-Communicate ideas (literacy)

-Explore the properties of a natural material (science)

Pretend to be the police stopping tricycle “cars”

-Recognize patterns in nature (math)

-Sharpen observational skills (science)

Notice color patterns on caterpillars.

-Recognize patterns in nature (math)

Sharpen observational skills (science)

Catch and throw balls.

_Coordinate eye and hand movements (physical development)

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