The 2’s is an age in which children’s interactions with peers and adults around them begin to evolve. They start to develop different ways to express their affection, handle difficult situations, and discover differences and similarities amongst each other. This promotes the continuous growth of their individual identities.
KLA SchoolsÂ® is an upscale childcare and preschool franchise center, serving children from three months of age through age six.
The Reggio Emilia Approach to early childhood education originated in the Italian village of Reggio Emilia, Italy after World War II.
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KLA Schools is a proud member of the International Franchise Association (IFA), the world’s oldest and largest organization representing franchising worldwide.
KLA Schools is an upscale preschool catering to children three months of age up to age six. KLA schools offers innovative early child care facilities along with a unique approach to early childhood education. The KLA Schools concept is inspired by cutting-edge educational philosophies including the Reggio Emilia Approach.
KLA is building a world-class franchise organization that sets new standards for excellence within the children’s educational services industry.
Heavy reliance upon the Reggio Emilia Approach provides KLA with a different method than what has become the standard in American daycare and preschool franchises. Many parents who are seeking the best for their children are drawn to KLA’s new system and the inspirational design of the schools. While childcare and preschool centers often lay claim to having a superior education program or curriculum, few back up this claim with a concrete, verifiable explanation.
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Why We Are Different
The Piazza is a central community area for school activities.
The Atelier, also known as the art studio, is where the children’s projects come to life
Inspired by Reggio Emilia, our classrooms are designed based on the children’s education needs, not just an architectural ideal.
The Environment as an Educational Resource
The environment, according to infant-toddler schools in Reggio Emilia, Italy, is considered the third teacher. We share this belief.
In this classroom we witness the most relevant physical changes in a childâ€™s life. Babies begin laying on their backs, to rolling and laying on their tummies, then they sit up, crawl, stand on two feet by holding onto someone or something, to finally taking their first steps.
From the age of 4 to 5, children approach the world with curiosity and actively enter into conversations to discuss theories, ideas and thoughts in which their imagination may sometimes become the bearer of answers. They become complex thinkers through predictions, experimentations of trial and error observations. Children solve problems by revisiting previous experiences where new conclusions may arise.