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Nurturing, Warm, Inviting Classrooms

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Highly Qualified Teachers

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Safe and Stimulating Environment

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Spacious Outdoor Play and Learning Spaces

At Morgan’s Early Learning Centers, we offer several programs designed to encourage all children to discover, grow, and explore while laying the foundation for a lifetime of learning.

Our primary focus is meeting each child’s individual needs and fostering their growth. Children are placed in a classroom that best meets their needs and encourages them to develop at their own pace. This establishes self-confidence and healthy growth, which results in a strong, positive self-image.


Discovery (6 weeks to 12 months)

We celebrate the uniqueness of every baby. To do so, we partner with you to understand your baby’s needs. We provided daily logs of feedings, changings, and updates to keep you informed on all the things—big and little—that are taking place every day for your precious little one.

Babies in the Discovery Classrooms will:

  • Have individual schedules to meet their needs
  • Take part in activities that encourage and develop fine- and gross motor skills

Learn more about our Infant Discovery Program (PDF) »


Investigators (12 months to 24 months)

Your toddler is meant to explore, take apart, put together, and question practically everything. Children in our Investigators classrooms learn through developmentally appropriate play in an environment where they can thrive.

Toddlers in the Investigators Classroom will:

  • Exercise their natural curiosity while being exposed to hands-on activities
  • Be encouraged to interact with peers to start building social skills

Learn more about our Toddler Investigators Program (PDF) »

Older Toddlers

Young Detectives (24 months to 3 years)

Older toddlers are still on a journey of independence and learning about the world. In our Young Detectives Classroom, children fill their days with a mix of educational activities and peer interaction.

Older toddlers in the Young Detectives Classroom will:

  • Exhibit more independence by completing selfcare routines on their own (blowing nose, putting on coat and shoes, feeding themselves, etc.)
  • Continue to work on communication skills, increasing vocabulary and using words to express themselves

Learn more about our Older Toddler Young Detectives Program (PDF) »


Explorers (3 years old to 4 years old)

Ninety percent of a child’s brain is developed by age five! That’s why preschool—with critically important cognitive, physical, and socio-emotional stimulation—impacts a child’s development long-term. Preschool helps produce:

  • Higher high school graduation rates
  • Reduced instances of crime or teen pregnancy
  • Greater socialization and earning potential throughout their lives

Preschool-age children in the Explorers Classroom understand the idea of rules and they’re learning to play with their peers. Our Explorers Classroom curriculum help children delve into different topics through age-appropriate and engaging activities and helps build the foundation for Kindergarten readiness.

Preschoolers in the Explorers Classroom will:

  • Experience hands-on learning daily through a wide range of activities
  • Develop fine motor skills that will help with writing and practice gross motor skills outdoors to gain better control over larger muscles

Learn more about our Preschool Explorers Program (PDF) »


Pathfinders (4 years old to 5 years old)

Children in the Pathfinders Classroom will be asked to complete more concrete tasks to ensure they’re prepared for the next step in their education. Our goal is to ensure your child has mastered all the necessary skills to enter Kindergarten by providing individual planning, challenging your child, and considering their progress.

Pre-K children in the Pathfinders Classroom will:

  • Strengthen math, science, writing, reading, arts, and physical skills through differentiation and small group activities
  • Work on mastering key Kindergarten-required skills

Learn more about our Pre-K Pathfinders Program (PDF) »


Inspectors (5 years old)

We work closely with the education department and school district to ensure your Kindergartner is prepared for the next step in their education upon graduation. We work with each child individually, differentiating lessons and equipping young learners with the tools necessary to master the basics before flying up a level!

Kindergartners in the Inspectors Classroom will:

  • Complete activities designed to meet common core standards
  • Work on fundamental skills like letter sounds/blends, sight words, early readers, and more


Voyagers (5 years old to 12 years old)

The Voyagers Classroom is designed to meet the unique needs of school-aged children. Most activities are child-led, which means students focus on their interests and move easily between activities. The children in this classroom get a balance of flexibility and structure—they have the time and space for schoolwork and fun with games, activities, and outside time.

School-age children in the Voyagers Classroom will:

  • Do homework in a quiet area and be provided help as needed
  • Enjoy learning stations for STEM, sensory explorations, and building challenges
  • Join in organized outdoor activities (kickball, soccer, tag-related games) plus reading and arts and crafts.

Learn more about our School-Age Voyagers Program (PDF) »

Great Start Readiness Program

(This program is only available at our Flint location)

Experts agree that children who have quality early learning experiences are better prepared to be successful in school and throughout life, so Morgan’s Early Learning in Flint offers the Great Start Readiness Program as part of Great Start Collaborative-Oakland. GSRP is a free, high quality preschool program that, like Head Start, uses research-based curriculum to prepare children both academically and socially. This program is certified as very high quality by the Early Childhood Investment Corporation.

  • Half- and full-day openings at certain schools and childcare centers, with transportation available at select sites
  • To enroll, children must be four years old on or before September 1 of the upcoming school year
  • GSRP and Morgan’s Early Learning—Flint are committed to ensuring all children under the age of 5 receive routine developmental screenings