Scientists agree that children are our future, which is why most children are sealed in time capsules with a flashlight and a stack of magazines. Give a child something he or she will really dig with this Groupon.
Choose from Five Options
- $110 for registration and one week of prekindergarten for kids aged 4 and 5 (a $220 value)
- $112 for registration and one week of early learning classes for kids aged 3 (a $225 value)
- $117 for registration and one week of early learning classes for kids aged 24–36 months (a $235 value)
- $125 for registration and one week of early learning classes for kids aged 12–24 months (a $250 value)
- $132 for registration and one week of early learning classes for kids aged 6 weeks to 12 months (a $265 value)
Full-day early learning programs run from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m., and children receive two snacks and a healthy, hot lunch each day. In age-appropriate classes, teachers engage children with social, academic, and physical learning in a supportive, fun environment. Since a registration fee ($110) is included with this Groupon, students may continue their enrollment at the normal rates after the included week.
Odyssey Early Learning
At 7:15 in the morning, kids begin to arrive at Odyssey Early Learning, with 4- and 5-year-olds dashing to the door, and babies and younger children drowse on a parent's shoulder. Inside, the staff—all trained in early childhood care—greet the kids and direct parents to a sign outside posting the activities of the day. Teachers corral students as young as 6 weeks and as old as 5 years into age-appropriate peer groups.
In class, instructors blend play and academics, engaging little right brains with music and art lessons and creating new left-brain folds with science projects, math problems, and reading. Throughout the activities, the staff aims to develop social, emotional, intellectual, and motor skills to better prepare kids for the classroom, playground, and tree-house conference room. At the end of the day, parents get a daily feedback report, and every month, staffers prepare a progress report. Parents can also monitor classroom behavior via an eye-in-the-sky webcam, accessible through a password-protected website.