Children learn how to interact with both people and objects. We find that this increases their ability to express their natural interests and curiosity about the world around them. This means including free play, singing, storytelling, books, circle time, developing self-help skills, manipulative play, gross motor play, make believe play, arts and crafts and other activities.
This program helps children learn about themselves and more about their world. Our staff encourages two-year-olds to participate in conversations and play with others as well. We also learn about toilet training, dealing with frustration, encouraging self-help skills, and more.
We focus on the environment because young children learn through interacting with their physical and social worlds. Our teachers also support their education by enriching the classroom. As such, children are encouraged to ask questions and explore. We use songs, storytelling, language, games, blocks, and other creative materials. They are able to develop their own unique themes of play.
We make sure your child is intellectually, emotionally, physically and socially ready to enter kindergarten. This program focuses on building vocabulary, letters, sight words, math and cognitive skills, hands-on experiences, group activities and mo