Exploring Waterfront Park

Social Studies for Early Childhood: July 9

Dear Peacock Community: What an exciting week this has been! Fabulous curriculum ideas have been bursting out of classrooms, as exciting water exploration has erupted outside in our own little yard.( Thank you so very much for bringing in swim suits, towels, and water shoes.) Speaking of our own little yard, this week the children have been eating their way through the garden. Ripe mulberries, and peas and beans
Learn more »


Our Programs

Welcome to the C. Keith Birkenfeld Early Childhood Center at Peacock. Our goal is to be a leader in building healthy communities combining content rich early childhood education, full-time care options for 6 weeks to 6 years, and family support services. A COMMUNITY OF CARE UNDER ONE ROOF. Our unique Creative Curriculum combines concepts of RIE, Reggio and Montessouri early-childhood programs. Responsive caregiving, support
Learn more »


Lunch

Maslow Theories on Needs: May 14

Dear Parents: Warm weather arrived for all of us, and with these lovely days, we have spent some very enjoyable times outside with all kinds of water play as we bask in the sun, letting water and sun do wonders to the growing plants and to growing children.  It’s amazing, but I can see growth spurts in the children this week. Maybe you have noticed
Learn more »


Pre-K Class Explores Bee-hive

Cognitive Development: May 21

Hello Parents: This week at Peacock all the rooms have been working on and finishing up their fabulous bug and insect themes. In every age group, exciting things have been happening related to this theme. Long gone is the notion that bugs are on this planet to be stepped on and destroyed. We at Peacock have entered into a respectful relationship with these tiny, multi-faceted,
Learn more »


circle_time

Multiple Intelligences: May 28

I hope all of you had wonderful long weekends. Here at Peacock, in our short week, the children and the classrooms have been quite busy as usual, enjoying being back with each other and solidifying friendships. The children have a sense that summer and end of school year transitions are upon them, and this often brings feelings of excitement as well as sometimes a 
Learn more »


Hello world!

Welcome to WordPress. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start blogging!