Where Nurturing Meets Academics  
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Goals

We recognize that children learn through first-hand interactive experiences with their environment and the people and things within it. Our goal at Oak Lane is to provide an outstanding educational childcare experience within a setting of early emotional nurturing so that children:

  • learn self-help skills: toileting, eating, dressing, choosing an activity.
  • learn the order of the educational environment.
  • are introduced to the tools of learning.
  • develop habits of observation, questioning and listening.
  • learn to use the equipment appropriately.
  • are provided with activities which encourage increased language development.
  • use language as a tool in social situations and feel comfortable speaking within a group.
  • work with others to accomplish a goal.
  • learn from mistakes and be risk takers.
We help children:
  • become comfortable in their setting and develop the ability to separate from parents.
  • develop positive self-concept and a sense of belonging.
  • develop trusting relationships with adults and peers. Learn to negotiate and apply rules of the community and/or group.
  • understand and respect cultural and social diversity.
  • represent ideas, thoughts, and feelings through pretend play, drama, music, dance, art and construction.
  • think critically, reason and problem solve.
  • develop understanding of physical world, learn cause and effect.
  • become competent in management of their bodies and acquire basic gross and fine motor skills.
 
 

 

NAEYC Accredited
Our program is accredited by the
National Association for the Education of Young Children

New York State Education Standards
NYS Education Standards

Parent Reference
A quick reference guide for our enrolled families.

Our Graduation Projects
2010 Down By The Bay
2011 The Alphabet
2012 What Do I See?

Our application
Interested in having your child attend Oak Lane? Please complete and submit an application.
PDF application
MSWord application

Special Friends
We have twice-yearly visits from our friend, Aimee Saposnick, DDS. She comes to give the children a stress-free introduction to good oral health. Her website can be found at http://www.whiteplainspediatricdentistry.com//a>  
 

 
 
             
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