Music, Movement, and Nutrition Program
Every Children of Tomorrow program strives to have fun while learning. Our music, movement, and nutrition program is no different!
Music and Movement
Our music and movement classes teach the fundamentals of music through imagination and activity. You won’t find sitting and singing here– we are up movin’ and groovin’! Through a variety of songs and instruments, children learn about music style, tone, melody, rhythm, harmony, and more!
Children of Tomorrow partners with Stretch-n-Grow, the world’s premier children’s fitness program, to teach students the importance of a healthy and active lifestyle. Every week, a Stretch-n-Grow teacher visits our toddler and preschool classrooms. We learn how to keep our bodies healthy through the five healthy habits (exercise, good hygiene, nutrition, rest, and good attitude). Age-appropriate workouts and lessons keep kids excited and engaged!
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Praise From Children of Tomorrow Families
“Brandon Butterfield started COT February 2006; just a little over 3 years of age. Brandon was fortunate to attend Children of Tomorrow from February 2006 to June 2009. We had been through two other centers where Brandon had no structure, very little curriculum, and had difficulty working with Brandon. We were fortunate enough to have Children of Tomorrow recommended to us. When we were looking for a Child Care Center, our number one priority was to find a place that would have very caring teachers and a curriculum that was very structured. Brandon is a very strong willed little boy but has such a special spirit and very kind hearted. With his personality, he needed not only structure but teachers that were trained on how to redirect his energy and also continue to build his self esteem and confidence. COT gave Brandon all that and more. When Brandon started at COT he was in Ms. Maria’s and Ms. Bambi’s class. Bob and I will forever be grateful to these two wonderful and caring women. Bob actually deemed Ms. Maria the Child Whisperer. As Brandon moved up to the pre-school and then pre-k classes, he continued to blossom and learn…he loves learning. As Brandon entered into Kindergarten, I knew he was ready, but didn’t realize how much. Brandon is definitely advanced in his class and I have never been so proud of him. He continues to tell me that he loves school and loves to learn. I ,without question, credit COT with his positive attitude toward learning and school. I have a tremendous amount of respect for Children of Tomorrow and am so grateful to the COT Staff and Aleta.!”