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Green Room IB

Green room IB provides a traditional preschool setting for children ages 3 to 5 years. The program runs from 8:15am – 11:15am. We provide a five morning (M-F), three morning (M,W,F), or two morning (T/TH) option to meet the needs of families. We provide a healthy, safe and nurturing environment that encourages young children’s natural growth and development. We strive to foster each child’s individual needs through social, emotional, language, cognitive and motor development.

We believe that children learn through play. Child –centered activities are available for a long period of the day. A literacy program is done daily which focuses on a wide variety of the learning areas of literacy: oral language, phonological awareness, letter recognition, and print awareness. Many learning concepts such as sorting, patterning, rhyming, and counting, are explored. The literacy program also allows the children to understand letters, numbers, syllables, opposites, and colors.

Weekly lesson plans are posted with the activities that will be provided for the children to explore. Many of the ideas on the lesson plans come from the children’s interest, which encompass the following areas: early mathematics, science, early literacy, language development, social studies, music and movement, creative expression, social and emotional development, heath and safety, and physical development.

The children are able to explore several fieldtrips throughout the year. We believe that the children’s learning takes place not only in the classroom, but outside the classroom as well. Green IB provides an enriched environment both inside and outside the classroom to provide the most learning experiences possible for your child.


Name: Brooke Wolf

Position: Traditional Preschool Teacher

Education: Associates of Art in Early Childhood Education-Butler
Bachelors of Science in Individualized Studies with a concentration in Early Childhood Education-Charter oak State College

Experience: I have worked at EduCare since June 2002. I have always worked with children 3-5 years of age. I had the opportunity to participate in the Kansas Quality Rating System (KQRS) and go through the National Accreditation Process National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC)

Personal Information: I graduated for Flinthills High School in 2002. I attended Butler Community College from 2002-2004, and Charter Oak State College from 2005-2006. I married my husband, Dallas, on Sept. 30, 2006. We had our first child, William, on June 18, 2007. I have a true passion for young children and enjoy making a difference in their lives.