Leaders of Early Childhood Education in Vancouver
Welcome to Jellybean Park, a leading provider of early childhood education in Vancouver.
Our proven independent learning program is designed to enhance your child’s early development through customized educational curriculums and fun interactive play.
Our program has taken the best there is in the field of early childhood education and presented it in a way that entertains as well as educates. Our exclusive Prodigy Child© Program provides the essential one-on-one attention your little one deserves, while also creating an exciting and safe environment for them to explore.
Through the fundamentals of praise, encouragement and love, Jellybean Park teaches children to think creatively, cooperate with others and build their self confidence.
We introduce learning to your child as a magical and joyful adventure that captures their attention and sparks their imagination of endless possibilities. By pairing academic curriculum with interactive play, Jellybean Park enhances your child’s development in all areas while building positive confident attitudes that encourage student leadership and personal accomplishment.
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Jellybean Park’s Kids Holiday Gift Guide 2014
It’s that time of year, the holiday season! Time for Jellybean Park’s Holiday Gift Guide for presents your children will love, and you can also feel good about, because they promote important developmental skills in young children. We have divided the toys into 3 groups: Infant and Toddler, Preschool (3-5 years old), and School age (5-10 years old) to make it easy for you
Halloween Sensory Activity: Ice Ghosts
We have been having a lot of fun this week doing fall and Halloween related activities, especially in our reggio exploration time. One activity we loved was this Ice Ghost sensory activity. It was inspired by The Golden Gleam’s bath-time playtime activity here. To make it into a messy play sensory activity we made a few changes and the kids loved it! We tried
What makes the best Pre-K Classroom?
“Classrooms that pulse with meaningful play are our smartest investment.” This week the NY Times published, “The Building Blocks of a Good Pre-K” by Shael Polakow-Suransky and Nancy Nager. As the government in New York have decided to start working towards making early education available for all children, what makes a good Pre-K is a big topic of discussion. It has been debating how much (if any) should be