Big Red Dragons
For children 4.5 to 5.5 years of age.
The Big “Red” Dragons classroom has red accents which are the universal symbol of love. Red is recognized as a stimulant and motivates early learning. This color is also associated with enthusiasm and energy and helps in increasing confidence. It helps promote excitement and the desire to explore new things with speed and strength.
Children at this age experience a tremendous amount of physical, emotional and cognitive growth.
Our lessons are fun, interactive and emergent in the areas of literature, phonics, math, music, art, science and sensory motor skills. We encourage your child to explore and think outside the box, helping to cultivate a love for wonder and learning. We also promise to have a ton of fun! We want our Camelot Kids to enter Kindergarten with self confidence, to be fearless and excited about the whole idea of school and learning. Kids leave Camelot as "Confident Learners".
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Ms. Olivia was born and raised in beautiful Los Angeles, Ca. She graduated high school from Holy Family Girls High School in Glendale, Ca. It was there that Ms. Olivia started babysitting for various families. She continued her educational career attending UCLA extension where she completed their Associate Teacher program and graduated with a 4.0 GPA.
Ms. Olivia has also been a Nanny for different families who have toddlers and school-aged children. She has also cared for her 2 beautiful nieces and 2 handsome nephews. Ms. Olivia loves engaging children in fun and educational activities that help them reach their milestones. She loves imaginative play time, art and crafts projects and reading books.
In her down time Ms. Olivia loves to watch movies, hang out with her two rescue cats Luna and Pepe, spend time with her loving husband and very loud and fun loving family.
Mr. Frank has 20+ years of experience working with children and has earned 24 units in child development. He thoroughly enjoys creating art and providing an engaging curriculum for preschool age children.
Mr. Frank was previously employed with Children’s Hospital Child Care Center where, along with holding a full-time position as a preschool teacher, he devoted his lunch time to spending time with children who were in the hospital. He is also an active volunteer at the Ronald Mc Donald House, Parents against Cancer Foundation, City of Los Angeles, and founder of the Hiccups Pizza Project that serves the homeless community on skid row.
One of the many talents of his is as a professional magician, which he has taught at Camelot as an Enrichment Class for the last nine years.
Mr Frank's motto is:
“My hero's are normal people who do great things for others.”
Ms. Millie is a Los Angeles native that was raised in Koreatown her entire life. Currently she is a student at California State University Los Angeles, where she is working on her degree in child development. She attended Fairfax High School, where she was a student in the Visual arts magnet and also played a few sports, soccer, volleyball, and ran track.
At home, she lives with both her parents and her two younger brothers, EJ and Isaac. At 13, she became interested in working with children when her first brother was born.
When Ms. Millie is not at work, she is usually at the gym or in class. Sometimes she's hanging out with friends looking for new places to spend their time. She likes to be on her feet and enjoys being productive, there's never any downtime in her schedul