Mother’s Day Out Program

The Little Learning Space is a unique educational program that offers five hours of small group and one-on-one instruction five days a week.  The purpose of this program is to provide your little learner with the essential skills needed to be successful in school.  Reading, Writing, Math, Science, and Social Studies are the five components of this curriculum with an emphasis on small motor development and social awareness.  The program is geared towards children ages 3 to 5 year old.  Space is limited and admission is granted based on an assessment of the child and parent interview.






Hours of learning sessions are 9:00 am until 2:00 pm, with a half hour drop off and pick up time allotted. (9:00-9:30 drop off; and 2:00 to 2:30 pick up)  Learning sessions are short and condensed allowing for optimum retention and production.  Curriculum was created and is instructed by a National Board Certified Teacher and Early Childhood Specialist with over twenty years of experience. Tuition is $500 a month($125 per week). Sessions run from August through May with holidays and vacation days similar to schools in the Baton Rouge area. Extended time can be provided beginning at 8:30 am and ending at 3:00 pm for a small fee.

The subjects taught during the learning sessions include: Reading and Language skills, Phonics, Writing, Math, Science, and Social Studies. These subjects will be integrated and taught with a science or social studies topic in mind. This creates a unified learning sequence that is proven to encourage cognitive development and cohesive learning, which promotes higher retention rates in young learners.
Small motor development practices are embedded in the curriculum and learning sequence. Students work on strengthening small motor muscles in the hands and eye coordination. Strong small motor muscles in the hand need to be strengthened and developed in order for writing to be strong and legible.


Small motor activities using the hand muscles and hand and eye coordination also improve concentration and problem solving skills in young children, making the incorporation of small motor activities of utmost importance.

Social awareness is an integral part of early childhood development. Children are beginning to learn rules of society such as taking turns, being polite, sharing, and helping others. During the beginning years of life, children are ego-centric, meaning they think that the world revolves around them. When they move into the early childhood phase, they begin to realize that there are others that are equally important, and this is where being around a group of children of similar age will help them to become a good citizen and instill in them respect for others.


The learning program provided at the Little Learning Space is intended for children ages 3 to 6.  The learning activities, structure, and daily routine will help little learners become prepared for the rigorous curriculum and environment of kindergarten and first grade classrooms.


This preparatory program is intended for parents who want to have an educational experience for their children, preparing them for school, without the long hours and daycare type setting.  The setting at the Little Learning Space will be educationally based and feel like a little classroom.  It is just the right size, the right amount of learning time, and the right curriculum activities for your child to be successful in a real school setting.


Parents are required to sign a contract stating that they will empower, encourage, and help to enhance their child’s learning.  This is not a daycare, and should only be pursued by parents who are serious about providing a strong early education foundation for their children.