Welcome Kaitlin, our california girl !

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The Little team is very excited to welcome a pure California girl. Let’s meet Kaitlin, our new english-teacher for your little monsters !

▲ Why did join our Little adventure ?
I first found LITTLE through a recommendation from a friend, and immediately fell in love with their program. I love the planet-friendly environment that LITTLE creates for their children, and the blending of language and culture that they bring into the classroom. The environment of learning, growing, and healthy living that is LITTLE is exactly the type of place I want to be!
▲ What’s your story ?
I grew up in Norther California in the San Francisco Bay Area. I have two younger brothers; we used to send our weekends and summers playing outside with our neighbourhood friends. I’ve know since a very young age that I love spending time with younger kids, and children. My first “babysitting” job was when I was fourteen years old working with a daycare provider from my neighbourhood.
As I grew up and my interested changed, I still continued to love spending time and working with young children. In the United States I’ve cared for children in many different settings; after school and nigh-time childcare, as a pre-school classroom assistant and teacher, at a drop off daycare, and even as a horseback ridding instructor.
Since moving to Franc in January 2017 I’ve been working with children in a new way, as an online English teacher. I am now so excited to blend my two passions; teaching English in a fun, explorative way and working with young children as they learn and grow.
▲ What do you except from the Little workshops ?
I am excited to share my passion for teaching and learning through play, exploration, and laughter. I cannot wait to bring my language and culture to LITTLE, and to take part in the growing that happens there. Having this opportunity to share my ideas and experiences with the staff, children and parents is a dream.
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