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Le Tot Spot looks forward to making magical moments with you
Paula McDermid
Le Tot Spot and Little Shoppe

Le Tot Spot looks forward to making magical moments with you
At Le Tot Spot have developed our programs based on research by psychologists, neuroscientists, and experts in early childhood development. What they have proven is that music and art do more for children than bring them joy; it helps their brain cells make the connections needed for virtually every kind of intelligence.
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Cornwall - Mar. 18, 2013 - We have developed our programs based on research by psychologists, neuroscientists, and experts in early childhood development. What they have proven is that music and art do more for children than bring them joy; it helps their brain cells make the connections needed for virtually every kind of intelligence.

When young children are consistently engaged by music and creative arts in an age-appropriate, socially accepting environment, they benefit at many levels:

Early Literacy. They gain the phonological processing, spoken language, and comprehension skills that are the foundation of reading.

Quantitative. They build the spatial-temporal and reasoning skills required for math, science, and engineering.

Social-Emotional. They develop social and emotional skills that are essential for school readiness—like the ability to regulate their responses and relate to others in complex ways.

Physical. By moving and dancing to music and playing simple instruments, children improve their gross motor skills. By painting, cutting and other arts activities, children improve their fine motor skills.

Creative. Activities that encourage freedom within a fun and friendly structure spark children's creativity and provide inspiration. And of course, they develop a lifelong love of the arts.

What to expect:
Some children are natural singers and movers; others are cautious and perceptive observers. Some children jump right in and are ready to paint while others would like clean hands. In any case or any type of learning style, after sufficient listening and observing time in class you will begin to notice your child’s behaviour evolving in class and often at home.

Expect your child to observe more than participate. They are taking in information for which they will act on later.

Most children become accustomed to the class routine around the fifth or sixth class. At this point their participation is likely to increase.

You are the most important model for your child. The more you enjoy class, the more your child will be interested in sharing in your enjoyment.

We look forward to making magical moments with you


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