Teacher Spotlight: Alexia Brown

Everything we do at Day Early Learning is aimed at nurturing each child’s social, emotional and educational needs. Our ultimate goal is to not only prepare your child for kindergarten, but also to inspire a lifelong learning journey. Well-educated and trained teachers ensure your child is in the best hands possible.

Here is your chance to get to know some of our Day Early Learning team members. This week, we highlight Alexia Brown.

Which Day Early Learning center do you work at?
I work at Day Early Learning at Park 100.

What age group do you teach?
I work in infant and toddler classrooms.

How long have you worked at Day Early Learning?
I have been at Day Early Learning for almost one year.

When did you know you wanted to work with children?
I’ve been working with children since my sophomore year in high school.

How do you like to spend your free time?
I spend my free time listening to music and painting or drawing.

What is/was your favorite children’s book?
My favorite children’s book is Room On The Broom by Julia Donaldson.

What was the last moment that caused you to stop and remember why you love teaching and working with children?
Seeing how the children laugh and glow when I sing nursery rhymes to them reminds me how much I love working with children. Watching them grow and learn new things is so exciting for everyone.

What is your favorite thing about working at Day Early Learning?
My favorite thing about working at Day Early Learning is how my work experiences also helped me step into motherhood. While working here, I’ve learned so many new techniques and skills that helped me while on maternity leave.

What other interesting facts do you want us to know about you?
I just welcomed my baby into the world on Oct. 2, 2023. She will be attending the infant class here at Park 100 when I return to work!

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