Tyke Time Story
It Takes a Community
I am a mother of two and come from a family of teachers. I love teaching my children through the art of play and I am thrilled to bring a child-led play space like Tyke Time to our community! I adore children and think they are beautiful creatures that yearn for knowledge and are molded by their environments. I also think it is amazing that 90% of a child's brain development happens before age five! Tyke Time is a space where children thrive; a place where we can watch their brains develop each day. I also know that parents and guardians need continuous support. Tyke Time was born to focus on both child and parent offering a space where parents can connect with their children and simultaneously with other parents in the community.
We now are facing a new and unprecedented shift on what Early Childhood Development looks like given the challenges of COVID-19. In our next chapter we will continue to support parents, caregivers, and the development of children ages newborn to five years.
We are introducing Tyke Time Online and changing the way we look at online education specifically for two to five year old children. We will expand the online curriculum to include newborn to twenty-three months as we grow. We have designed an online program that gives parents and caregivers the tools and support to adequately nurture the emotional and intellectual growth of our kids. Through supporting parents at home and providing guidance for stimulating situations and hands-on learning opportunities, young children are free to reveal passions, create, develop resilience, problem solve and build social skills in a safe and positive environment.
Tyke Time quickly became OUR story. We will continue to share stories, experiences and knowledge. We need each other now more than ever before.
I firmly believe that it takes a community to raise a child. Tyke Time is here, changing, and ready to support your family on your new journey!
Dedicated to my teachers: Samuel & Esme
Support for Learning Through Play!
First 5 California
Brains are built over time, but the primary foundations are constructed very early in life. While many factors influence brain development, your early interactions have the most impact.