Earlier this year, KYCC Children’s Center received a technology grant from the Los Angeles County Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky’s office. To foster a tech-savvy generation, we introduced 16 iPads this fall for the children to use during small and large group times. Teachers will use this technology as an additional tool in multiple subjects such as photography, literature, music and art. Teachers are partnering with parents to identify the best apps for young children 2.5 to 5 years of age.

Our school uses developmentally appropriate practices to implement “emergent curriculum,” which builds on the ideas and interests of the students. It encourages them to use their creative abilities to problem solve, develop and refine social skills, learn about their environment in family, school and community, and enhance cognitive and imaginative skills.

For Children’s Center enrollment, please contact our KYCC Children’s Center Family Advocates: Ms. Anabel Torres (323) 297-0038 ext. 5303 or Ms. Jullien Jung, ext. 5302.

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