Beanstalk's Center Based Programs daily schedules offer
opportunities for children to create, explore, learn concepts, problem solve,
and work on muscle development. Our children acquire independence through
appropriate personal interactions while developing self-help skills, and
working with materials that are meaningful to them.
What type of
INFANT/TODDLER CARE is available?
Beanstalk provides care and services for infants and toddlers (newborn to
36 months) in licensed homes that contract with the Family Child Care Homes Education Network.
Family child care homes, located throughout the greater Sacramento area, participate in this network. Materials, training, furnishings, equipment and technical assistance are available at no cost to providers who are within the network.
Beanstalk teaching staff assess each infant/toddler’s growth and development, develop and implement lesson plans and model best practices for caregivers. The on-going technical assistance for providers as well as support for children and families helps to build a strong collaboration that enriches the family child care home education experience. This is a tuition assistance program for income eligible families only. All children from families that meet the income eligibility criteria are welcome.
What does the PRESCHOOL PROGRAM incorporate?
Beanstalk offers a variety of part day preschool programs that provide school readiness for children who are 3 to 5 years old or until entry into kindergarten. Beanstalk partners with Twin Rivers USD and Natomas USD, to provide preschool programs on neighborhood school sites. School readiness experiences are also provided in family child care homes located throughout the greater Sacramento area.
A variety of developmentally appropriate, researched based methods are used to support skill development. Core curriculum is an important component of the preschool experience. Core curriculum occurs Monday through Friday, and is structured to:
Provide a comprehensive curriculum that supports each child’s growth and development
Includes both “academic” and “early learning” domains – cognitive, social, emotional, physical, language development, motivation, approaches to learning, the arts, literacy, mathematics and social sciences
Reflect the assessed needs of each child
Includes intentional teaching (purposeful teaching, that includes a goal and how to accomplish it)
Excludes sleep, nap or rest time
All children are welcome. Preschool is free of charge.
(income eligibility required). Check Your Eligibility
Preschool Year 2016-2017 Attendance Calendars: Locations Below
Dry Creek, Orchard, Regency Park and Ridgepoint
Crest Drive and Jefferson
Go to Part Day, Part Year Preschool locations.
Beanstalk provides 3 hours per day, part year preschools that are funded under the California State Preschool Program contract.
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1771 Tribute Road Suite A
Sacramento, Ca. 95815
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