Growing Hearts
Daycare & Preschool
Development
Quality Learning
Play & Learn
Our curriculum allows students to learn new things each year while reviewing previous material for smooth transitions from year to year.
GHDP uses A Beka Book  curriculum to build character and ensure measurable growth in learning.
Children have planned timed for organized learning, as well as, time for free play with peers and teachers
Curriculum 

Growing Hearts Daycare and preschool offers preschool classes for children ages 2 through 4.  Our Two and Three Year Old classes use Mother Goose Time Curriculum.  Mother Goose consists of mothly themed learning with plent of hands on activities.  Students entering our Pre-K class utilize the Abeka K-5 Kindergarten Curriculum.  This includes a heavy emphasis on phonics, reading, writing, mathmatics, social studies and science.   
Nursery
Before & After School
Preschool
GHDP also cares for school age students grades K-5.  We are located in the Richland-Bean Blossom school district.  Students can ride the bus to and from our facility to school.  We also offer care and special programs in the summer and on breaks during the school year
GHDP accepts infants as young as 6 weeks. Our nurseries include toys and activities in each room that are age appropriate up to 24 months. All meet health and safety standards for infants and toddlers.  Our facility also includes a seperate outdoor play area, safe for older infants and toddlers.
Children age 2-4 are part of our preschool program. Basic learning, potty training and classroom routines, begin at age 2. Ages 3 and 4 have a greater focus on number and letter recognition, phonics, counting, and writing.  All preschoolers are part of daily chapel.
Our Mission
 
We believe that children should experience the world in which they live through dramatic play, music/movement, manipulative objects, etc. By providing these types of activities, Growing Hearts Daycare and Preschool will help your children by laying a strong foundation for years of higher learning. Children learn best through play.