Avígaíl Martínez’s Success Story
“Avígaíl has been part of the two-year-old classroom at Child’s Path since March 2018. When Avígaíl started in our room we never saw her smiling or enjoying play time with the other children around her. We introduced Avígaíl to the group of kids, and we prepared activities that improved the children’s relationships. She’s made great progress in our class!
Now she likes to play with her classmates, she smiles all the time, and, during playtime, she talks to her friends! She has learned to share. Avígaíl’s language skills are appropriate for her age. She uses more words when she speaks with other children in the classroom. With her Mommy and Family’s help, Avígaíl is completely ready to not use a diaper at all anymore, and she only turned two in March 2018.
Avígaíl recognizes some basic colors and shapes; she can match colors of different items; and she loves to sing during circle time activities. She likes story time, and when the teachers ask about the pictures on the page, Avígaíl is prompt with the answer!
As teachers, we are proud of Avígaíl success, because we helped improve Avígaíl’s skills. Now she can fly with her own wings.”
–Ms. Aniret and Ms. Yanelys, Avígaíl’s teachers
Avígaíl’s Mother’s Parent Testimonial
“Hi my name is Maria Martinez. I am the mother of Avigail Martinez; who has been attending Child’s Path for almost a year. In that short time she has learned so much especially when she was moved to the 2 – year old room, that’s when I noticed a big change in her. She started talking more and she also started to say her colors, letters, and numbers out loud at home. Her teachers at the time were Ms. Yanelys and Mrs. Ana Estevez and now she still has Mrs. Yanelys and her new teacher Mrs. Aniret. They recently helped me potty train her and it was such an easy transition for her. She loves her teachers and I know they love her too. I couldn’t have asked for better teachers for my baby girl. I also have two other girls that attended NCEF, Salma who is now 11 and going into middle school and Makayla who is 6 and in first grade. Mrs. Jessica, Mrs. Ana S., Mrs. Yolanda Y., Mrs. Yanelys, Mrs. Ana Estevez, and Mrs. Aniret; CCCR I hope you know how lucky you are to have these wonderful ladies. They have been a blessing for me and my girls.”
Maria Martinez, Avígaíl’s mother