Since 1966, Little Ones Preschool has been serving young children and families in the Northbrook area as a private, nondenominational preschool. Our program encourages young children to learn and flourish in a nurturing, supportive environment while allowing each child to develop at his/her own pace.
Little Ones utilizes a standards based curriculum that meets benchmarks in all subject areas of the Illinois Early Learning and Development Standards. Through a variety of activities involving free and facilitated play, problem solving and group time, children gain the skills necessary for cognitive, language, physical, and social/emotional development.
Little Ones Preschool is accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), the nation’s largest organization of early childhood educators. This national association develops standards that define and recognize high quality preschool programs. Little Ones is proud to display the NAEYC torch. For more information about the benefits of a NAEYC-Accredited program, please refer to the information on the NAEYC website at families.naeyc.org.
Please browse our website so you can determine if Little Ones Preschool is the right choice of preschool for your son or daughter.
Based on the passion people showed in the comments and reviews during our Readers’ Choice contest, it’s clear that there are many wonderful choices for Northbrook’s youngest residents…
…we looked to the comments and reviews readers left on Patch Places to determine a winner: Little Ones. The preschool garnered four glowing reviews and 10 very positive comments during our contest.
“From the basics to exposing our children to broader topics, Little Ones is a leader in preschool education,” Kim Resnick wrote in her review. “The atmosphere, the caring concern, the mindfulness for detail and genuine love for children is apparent.”
“I believe that Little One’s biggest strength is the family-like atmosphere,” commented Heidi Sloan. “The dedication and personal investment by the teachers, as well as the director, is observed in all aspects of their job.”