Little Yellow Dragons

For 3-4 years of age.

 

The Little “Yellow” Dragons classroom is painted sunshine yellow which is associated with joy, happiness, intellect, and energy

 

The color yellow produces a warming effect, arousing excitement, enhaning concentration and generating muscle energy.  It also symbolizes enlightenment, and facilitates exploration of new things with an optimistic positive attitude. This color can stimulate the nervous system and aid in communication and creativity.

Ms. Kaitlin
Teacher
Little Yellow Dragons 

 

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Ms. Kaitlin was born and raised in Manhattan Beach and attended Mira Costa High School where she participated in Basketball, Soccer and Track along with being involved in the Children’s Hospital Club and Make a Wish Foundation.  

 

Ms. Kaitlin has always loved taking care of children, with babysitting kids in the neighborhood, family friends and her own twin sister and brother.  

While attending El Camino College, she took classes in Child Development and knew that’s what she wanted to do in life.  Transferring to Whittier College, she majored in Child Development and minored in Psychology along with studying art and playing on the Women’s Soccer team.  She went on to UCLA taking specialty classes in the Education and Studies of Children with Autism. 

Since college she has nannied for a wonderful Camelot family for many years whose kids attend and have attended here, so you might have seen her in the halls of Camelot over the last few years. During these years, she also worked at the River Church, caring for kids from ages infancy to 5.

            

Ms. Kaitlin lives in Manhattan Beach with her 10 year old Maine Coon Cat, Cambridge and her 3 year old English Bulldog, Olive Oyl and her 20 year old Turtle,  Anabelle.  In her spare time, she enjoys painting and drawing and taking Olive Oyl on walks to the beach. 

Ms. Millie
Teacher
Little Yellow Dragons 

 

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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 schedule.