We encourage communication and collaboration through a variety of fun and educational games and activities. We also get your little one up and involved with interactive activities like scavenger hunts around the house! But don’t worry, our teachers have a knack for getting them to come back 😉
Our experienced educators provide a predictable routine and designated roles and responsibilities, which is critical for healthy development. Our mission is to answer the disruptions of this “new normal” with predictable learning habits and routines.
Our educators are highly trained professionals with a passion for early childhood development and education. Every Circle Time educator is thoroughly vetted to ensure your child’s safety.
We strive to foster positive social skills and relationship building, which is why your child will be interacting with the same group of no more than 8 children each and every week. Engaging with the same peers in a collaborative environment is a great way to support social development.
We’re a group of passionate and experienced educators who wanted to find a safe, fun and engaging way to continue early childhood development even during a pandemic.
We’ve found the trick to keeping little ones engaged online is to create lessons that are as fun and social as possible! The less it feels like a lesson, the better!
Hello! My name is Ms. Aracely. I have a B.A in Bilingual Education (Early Childhood to Grade 6) from Texas Tech University. I love teaching; it is my passion! I have been working with young children and their families for five years. I inspire the love of learning by encouraging my students to keep trying despite mistakes because that is when learning happens! I am happily married, and we have three beautiful boys and a dog. During my free time, I love to read, teach, and spend time with my family. I am also currently pursuing my Master’s degree in Communication Disorders.
Hello everyone! My name is Ms. Fiona. I started practicing yoga 10 years ago and was amazed by how much it helped me physically and mentally. In 2016, I left my banking career and devoted my time to train as a yoga teacher in Indonesia. My training taught me that yoga goes beyond poses but it is a way of living.
During my free time, I enjoy teaching yoga at my local community center as well as teaching preschool and kindergarten English virtually. I am so excited to meet all of you!
Ms. Megan obtained her B.A in Child Development from California State University Sacramento and has been teaching in various preschool programs for 14 years. She believes in the value of high-quality education and enjoys creating environments in which children learn, grow, and thrive. Working with children and families reminds her of how unique and exciting the world can be.
Born and raised in Toronto, Ms. Melody obtained her BA in Early Childhood Studies from Ryerson University. From there, she worked at a variety of childcare centers and pursued a diploma in Montessori Pedagogy.
A firm believer that education should not be limited by borders, Ms. Melody genuinely loves working with children, especially internationally. Today, she resides in California and is the Program Director of It’s Circle Time.
Miss Michelle has been teaching preschool for the past 8 years. She has her bachelors degree in Communicative Disorders with a minor in Child Development and is currently pursuing a credential in Early Childhood Special Education.
She loves working with preschoolers and creating fun, interactive lessons that build their love for learning.