Glenview on Milwaukee
Our teachers work to cultivate children's identities through our strong academic and social-emotional curriculum through a wide range of activities
Children’s Land is committed to providing a supportive environment for the families that it serves.This means creating a community within a community in order to provide the best care and support for families, as we use our core values to cultivate 21st century citizens while helping children develop through the stages of early childhood.
Empowering at every age: Read our learning programs
See how we work and what is the process we follow at every stage of your child’s development; infant through to kindergarten
We design our infant classrooms to provide a secure and nurturing environment, in order to provide the best cognitive and social growth for our little ones.Learn more
Our teachers work to expand our two-year-olds’ abilities to interact with other kids and work independently, in addition to increased exposure to STEAM activities and self-esteem building.Learn more
This is a critical year of children’s development as they are on the verge of going to school. Our teachers will balance plenty of guidance along with independent learning opportunities, as children gain more independence.Learn more
Our kindergarten program goes above and beyond to match what children are doing in the school setting. We use thematic units, STEAM activities, fine arts, and building kids’ executive functioning skills.Learn more
Our three-year-olds engage in many more hands-on activities through our thematic units and STEAM activities. We balance plenty of collaborative learning with social-emotional learning, fine arts, and free play.Learn more
Our toddler program continues to provide children with a safe, nurturing environment that’s oriented around further developing children’s academic, social-emotional, and physical skills.Learn more
- Fresh, organic foods, catered daily.
- Brand new state-of-the-art facilities.
- Fine arts classes led by specialists.- Increased exposure to STEAM activities.