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  • Serving a 5 Star Fresh Organic Menu

    Serving a 5 Star Fresh Organic Menu

    Healthy snacks and meals are all included. We provide breakfast, lunch and 3 snacks throughout the day. Learning healthy eating habits is important for young children.
  • Kid Reports

    Kid Reports

    Communication is taken to the next level at The Learning Tree. Parents receive constant updates and pictures regarding their child's day. "Kids Reports is really wonderful. It's nice to be able to take a look during the day and see what my daughter has been up to. Whether she napped or ate all her bottles. etc. I also really love getting pictures while I'm at work!" -Brooke Mullender, Parent.
  • ZONO Sanitizer

    ZONO Sanitizer

    At The Learning Tree we are passionate about the healthiest and safest choices. We are proud to be the first childcare center in the State of Michigan to use ZONO Sanitizer as an additional step in our cleaning procedure in each classroom. We have watched illness drop year after year and have ZONO to thank.
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Preschool & Pre-Kindergarten

Our Preschool and Pre-Kindergarten Programs are designed specifically for three to five-year-olds.

Preschool ProgramEach classroom has a Parent Information Board. Posted on this board are lesson plans, menus, information on upcoming events, etc. Some teachers also develop and send home a monthly newsletter about upcoming class projects, past events, etc.


Teaching strategies at The Learning Tree are based on how young children learn. Our Preschool and Pre-Kindergarten Program goals include:

  • Foster positive identity and a sense of well-being
  • Develop social skills by providing opportunities for sharing, caring and helping
  • Each student shall demonstrate, through citizenship in the classroom, that people must work together cooperatively, be considerate of others, and abide by certain rules
  • Encourage children to think, reason, question and experiment
  • Provide opportunities for basic math and science concepts
  • Encourage language and literacy development
  • Provide a print-rich environment
  • Provide opportunities for reading experiences
  • Encourage and demonstrate sound health, safety and nutritional practices
  • Provide opportunities for creative expression, representation and appreciation for the arts
  • Develop awareness that other families' and childrens' culture may be different or similar
  • Initiate discussions and activities to teach respect and appreciation for differences among people

The curriculum for the Pre-Kindergarten Program uses this base curriculum as a starting point. However, a Pre-K curriculum provides more in-depth detail and challenging activities. Our Pre-Kindergarteners are well-equipped with the skills needed to enjoy a successful Kindergarten experience.

One of the unique features of our Pre-K Program is that your child may now participate in off-site field trips. Popular destinations include museums, apple orchards, the zoo, area libraries and police and fire stations. Parents are always welcome to chaperone our field trips, which are provided at no additional cost.