Children aged between 1 and 3 years of age are considered to be experiencing their toddler years– the fundamental years where they begin to talk, crawl, walk, move, and play, among other things. During these formative toddler years, it’s important to introduce activities that build… Read More »
All this week is Mammals, Reptiles, and Amphibians week at Children’s Campus of Greenville for our children 2 years and up. It’s part of our commitment to teaching respect for nature, animals, and the environment. Children Have the Opportunity to Interact with: Rabbits Snakes Hedgehogs… Read More »
My husband and I signed our daughter up for daycare at Children's Campus in a desperate need. We had the opportunity to tour the center which we instantly fell in love with everything about it. Since our daughter has been attending Children's Campus she has done nothing but flourish in development. All of her teachers that she had been with since being here have been the sweetest and most caring, and that does not stop with the teachers as all of the staff at this center share constant love for the children. This is all evident by always being greeted with cheerful smiles, as well as witnessing everyone else being treated the same.
Laura L., Greenville
By spending time in my children's classrooms, I have witnessed the teachers' dedication and passion for working with children. Each day provides a stimulating experience in an atmosphere that fosters learning, as well as development of social, emotional, and gross and fine motor skills, all of which helps boost self-esteem. Each day when I drop them off I am confident Children's Campus provides a loving, nurturing , and attentive environment where my kids can play, learn, grow, and thrive!
Maria F., Mother of two, Greenville
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