Hmoob Cultural Center of Alaska is Women Owned & Local Early Child Development Center, and we would like to extend a warm heart-felt welcome to you and your family. Thank you for choosing us to assist with your child’s early education and care. We provide a learning-based environment with a developmentally age-appropriate curriculum. We are dedicated to the values of respect and dignity for every child and their parent(s). It is our goal to foster an environment that will help promote growing experiences by building confidence, positive self-esteem, cultural, and socialization skills, while also focusing on knowledge and independence.
What Students Learn
Our teachers are trained and as qualified professionals they are dedicated to helping your child receive quality education and implementing Hmoob curriculum. We understand that you are placing your support and trust with us when you enroll your child in our program and we strive to exceed your expectations when it comes to quality care and the educational experience for your child.
The most well known Hmoob instrument. Hmoob Cultural Center of Alaska teaches qeej during our theme Hmong cultural of the month for preschoolers and school age children. Qeej is made from 6 bamboo reeds. It is a free-reed mouth organ, used to play a text-based melody in the middle range. It consists of a wooden wind chest, with a long horizontal tapering neck ending in a mouth hole. This is a fun flute that teaches how important all music can be!
We know how important math and science are as we use them in our daily lives including cooking, creating, cutting, and installing. That is why we provide hands on math learning, tracing, counting, hands on basic science curriculum, and so much more!
Arts & Crafts
Being messy with our hands and feet and using lots of crafts supplies is what connects children’s brain. In early childhood, as their brains make millions of new neural connections, it allows opportunities to be creative and build artistic activities it helps build self confidence in their abilities by learning how to innovate. It is a risk-free exploration that defines its uniqueness and individuality.
Moving our bodies as we listen to the sounds is such a fun way to work our muscles and a fun way to learn coordination. Hmong dancing is one of our culture’s known traditions and we’re practice this social movement. Hmong dancing will be conducted during our Hmong theme of the month.
What Parents Say
“My daughter loves being here & seeing her be safe, happy and thriving in the enviroment you have set up here makes a big difference! Thank you and your staff for being amazing child care workers! Hmoob Cultural Center of Alaska is the best!”
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