About Positive Parenting At Trinity
With our progressive and holistic early childhood education philosophy, we understand that each child has unique needs and interests. We provide the environment and tools your child needs to thrive to the best of their abilities.
When we expose children to different environments and various learning experiences, we allow them to explore their self-awareness and gain a sense of the world around them. Once they leave Positive Parenting At Trinity, they’re fully prepared for the next stage of their young lives.
Quality Child Care
We believe that children thrive in an environment which values their own uniqueness, while providing support and opportunities to grow emotionally, socially and creatively. By building on each child’s strengths, interests, and curiosities, we guide each child to explore the world around them as well as develop new abilities and form close relationships.
What Makes Us Unique
The Positive Parenting Difference
Positive Parenting is a place where a child can play and share experiences with other children. A variety of materials and activities are provided for children to use in exploring, constructing, and organizing their world around them. Children are guided in making choices and in understanding that choices have natural consequences. Our program offers a balance of free choice and guided activities, as well as individual and group (large and small) activities. We use a Creative Curriculum that includes the following activities: Reading Readiness, Writing Readiness, Pre-Math Skills, Language Development, Literature (Story Time), Art, Music, Physical Development, Block Play, Science, Nature Exploration, Cooking Skills, Listening Skills, Social Skills, and Special Theme Days.
Positive Parenting meets the physical needs of the children by providing an outdoor playground containing a variety of outdoor play equipment. The playground is an educational environment where your child will learn about his or her physical capabilities and the social skills involved in both organized and informal play. The playground is viewed as an outdoor classroom with many opportunities for learning. Children will be given several opportunities to be outside (weather permitting) throughout the day.