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Early Learning Inc. is a locally owned and operated business that has served the Weld County community for over 30 years. We believe that children benefit from being involved in a high-quality early childhood education program. There is a critical link between a child’s early experiences and their success in the continuation of their education. We want children to be creative, confident, and explore their environment. We will provide a nurturing atmosphere that allows children to grow at their own skill, pace, and comfort level. We want their educational experience to be in a calm, structured, and safe environment while becoming life-long learners. We provide practices that allow children to be critical thinkers and use their emotional intelligence to solve problems, make friends, and learn about the world around them. We offer opportunities for children to learn through play, each other, and our teachers. We provide opportunities for children to use artistic expression through critical thinking in math, science, and reading to promote educational success. We do this in a supportive, caring, and encouraging environment. We will provide a nurturing atmosphere that allows children to grow at their own skill, pace, and comfort level. Our preschool program offers a structured curriculum through the State of Colorado and the highest preschool standards. The Early Learning Centers have teachers that hold Bachelor’s Degrees and assistants that have Associates Degrees. Our school provides educational parenting, music, physical education, dance, and karate classes. The Early Learning Centers strive to enhance parent communication through parent/teacher conferences, educational classes for staff and parents, and promote input from parent advisory groups. We look forward to watching your child’s mind soar!

Teaching Skills for Playing with Other Children

1. Listening and Responding – Children can be excited about an activity and forget to listen. Practice listening skills with role plays and discussions. Make role play cards with pictures of characters in a play situation or written scenarios. Have children act out the scene.

2. Taking Turns – Using board games is an effective and simple way to practice turn taking. Games range from simple activities with short waiting times between turns to more complex activities with multiple players and longer wait times.


3. Cooperating – Plan activities that require cooperation. For example, divide children into groups of 3-4 and have them make a collage about the group.


4. Compromising – Compromise requires an understanding of other people’s views and a willingness to come to an agreement with the other person. Discuss or role play scenarios involving compromise. A few examples are: One child wants to play one game and another wants to play a different game; Two children want the same seat on the bus; Siblings both want to hold the leash to walk the dog.


5. Being Fair – Giving other people the opportunity to contribute, following the rules, and treating other people well all fall under the umbrella of being fair. Role play situations related to following the rules, treating people equally, and using good judgment in different situations.

Current News & Events

Fall 2023 Hours of Operation
7:30 am - 3:45 pm

EELC Open House 
Universal Preschool program

January 12, 2023
8:30 am -
5:30 pm

Ask us about the EELC Universal Preschool Program 
We currently have some 1/2 Day PM spots available (11:30am to 3:15pm) Monday - Thursday


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