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York Suburban Early Learning - Valley View

(717) 885-1226

Our Curriculum

Creates developmentally appropriate educational environments that empower children to be confident, successful, lifelong learners.

What Parents are Saying

Our greatest advocates are our families.

"Bright Horizons is an invaluable resource to children, parents, and the community. The school is sensitive to the needs of each individual child, as well as each individual family. They work together with you to achieve a safe and nurturing environment for learning and foster the growth potential in your child."

World at their Fingertips

Our curriculum, The World at Their Fingertips, provides intentional guidance and rich experiences that build upon individual strengths and talents. With our child development professionals at their sides, children at Bright Horizons are assured of getting the care that they need, the creative learning experiences they enjoy, and the intellectually challenging opportunities they deserve.

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Learning at Home

Man in the Moon

You Will Need:

Black construction paper, white chalk

Directions:

Go outside each night for a month. Have your child draw a picture of the moon. Try to let him be the first to notice the different shape each night. When he notices it, ask questions about the changes. Say things like, “What is changing about the moon?”; “Can you find it every night?”; “Is it in the same place every night?”; “Does it look the same at different times of the same night?” Younger children will not be able to understand the concepts involved with reflected light, orbit of the moon and earth, etc. They only need to understand that the moon changes each night because it moves.

Tip:

Share the peacefulness of night. Talk about your day and ask about your child’s day while you are outside. Help your child notice the sounds and smells of the evening. Go for a walk or put a quilt on the grass to lay on while you search the sky.


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Parent Involvement

We partner with families to provide children the most enriching personal growth experience balanced with a superior education. We welcome and encourage families to participate in the many opportunities we offer to join our school community. At Bright Horizons, we live the notion that “it takes a village to raise a child”, and our inclusive attitude toward our families reflects our belief that together we create outstanding individuals and exemplary world citizens.

A few ways to be involved include:

Volunteering