The teacher - Miss Mandi - is amazing with the kids. She has so much energy and she seems to connect with all of the children. My son loves going to her class. The content of the program seems good but we keep coming back because of Miss Mandi!
Mary Rawlinson, Imagine That mom
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Developing listening skills is definitely one of the most important skills you can teach your child. You want your child to listen to you, to other adults, to teachers, be able to follow directions and develop healthy social skills and all that begins with active listening - which is much different than hearing. We can hear things but not actually listen to them - sounds are around us all the time but it's easy to tune them out.
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