Little Hands–Our Students & Teachers
Our Little Hands classroom serves children born in the year 2015. Our Little Hands students move with their teachers and are served in attachment groups to continue the ongoing process of bonding. Little Hands students are now toddlers and are focused on not only cognitive development as well as development of fine and gross motor skills, but also on their relationships with their peers and the world around them. Our toddlers are constantly working hard on developing their social and emotional skills.
Little Hands students are taught by Elizabeth and Katlyn!
My name is Elizabeth, and while I do not have any children of my own, I do a have a wonderful husband named Travis and two fur babies (a Border Collie named Thor and a kitten named Lady Sif) that keep me busy while I am away from work. I am a 2014 graduate of University of Wisconsin – Madison, where I had the wonderful opportunity to get my Bachelor’s degree in Human Development and Family Studies, as well as a certificate in Gender and Women Studies. I am thrilled to have the privilege to be able to spend my time using what I learned in school in a career field that I love, Early Childhood Education. It is rare to get to love what you do every day and I honestly do. I get to spend the day guiding children as they develop into tiny humans by learning important skills such as motor movement, speech skills, and self-care. Although, I also enjoy helping to teach them values that I feel are important, such as friendship, creativity, and respect. What I love most though, is seeing children accomplish their goals no matter how small they may seem to us and seeing them have fun doing it.