Based on research and support from early childhood educators that children learn through play, classrooms encourage active involvement, meaningful experimentation and reinforcement through repetition.This emphasis lets your child learn by doing -- moving from concrete hands-on experiences to more abstract concepts fostering the development of self-esteem.It also provides the experiences from which children create their knowledge.
Daily routines are designed with a balance of child-directed and teacher-directed components.Children have opportunities to work alone, one-on-one with an adult, in small groups, and with an entire class.
The curriculum promotes the development of social skills, emotional growth, physical coordination and cognitive preparation.This curriculum, under the direction of a trained and prepared teacher, allows the child to experience the joy of learning and allows time to focus on the process rather than the product, fostering a sense of accomplishment and pride. By treating your child as an individual, we can work from the level he/she has attained and move forward.
We provide learning experiences that serve to build an understanding and appreciation of diversity among ourselves at school and of the people of our community and this nation. We feel strongly that the foundation of learning to live peacefully with others is to understand that we are all special individuals, lovable and capable. Throughout the year, we will introduce special events, projects, activities and celebrations that further support the growth of your child.