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The Kovacs Family has been leading Bright Star Preschool since 2003, emphasizing excellence in early childhood education. Our goal is to offer a nurturing and quality educational experience by developing the whole child: intellectually, socially, emotionally, physically, and spiritually in a safe, clean and healthy environment.

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Ones: Dragonflies and Ladybugs

The One’s Class Welcomes You!

Now that your child is walking, the world is opening up to them in an amazing new way. Our dedicated teachers are enthusiastic about guiding them on this incredible journey of exploration.

We are committed to providing responsive and nurturing care that caters to your child's unique needs. Within our supportive environment, we focus on expanding essential skills such as language development, social interaction, sign language, and customized learning objectives with our weekly learning themes.

Join us as we embark on an exciting adventure of growth and discovery together!

Learning through Play

In this period of rapid growth and development, your energetic toddler is manipulating, moving and touching. He is becoming more independent and the desire to demonstrate his ability to be more self-sufficient is increasing. We believe that through play children can develop social and cognitive skills, mature emotionally, and gain the self-confidence required to engage in new experiences and environments. Our children enjoy the variety of toys, such as rocking puppies, balls, large building blocks, kitchen center with food and dolls, as well as dress-up clothes that have been specifically chosen for their particular age.

The Ladybugs & Dragonflies

At our center, we believe in tailoring our approach to suit the unique needs of each child. To achieve this, we implement primary care groups to enhance the learning experience.

Our "Ladybugs" represent our younger one-year-olds, receiving additional support as they navigate the exciting challenges of this developmental stage. Meanwhile, our "Dragonflies," the older ones, are presented with a more stimulating curriculum designed to keep them engaged and prepare them for the two-year-old class.

In both primary care groups, children actively participate in a daily array of activities that embrace a comprehensive approach to learning, which includes:

  • Language Development
  • Theme Activities
  • Finger Play Songs
  • Music & Movement
  • Creative Art
  • Sensory Exploration through Sand & Water Play
  • Science & Math Adventures
  • Fine Motor Skill Development
  • Gross Motor Skill Activities
  • Social & Emotional Growth Opportunities

“Inspiring Bright Minds for a Bright Future”