first five years of a child's life are the most critical for future
development. During this time a child learns about himself and the
world around him. A child learns through his play experiences, developing
intellectually, socially, physically, and emotionally. Therefore,
a child's play experiences are very important.
the individuality of each child is at the core of our curriculum.
Through the combination of a thoughtfully conceived program
and specially-selected classroom materials, our staff seeks to foster
each student’s self-esteem, individuality, creativity, social, physical,
and cognitive skills through the use of music, movement, art, creative
play, and language.
students enjoy both structured and unstructured play periods, thus
giving children a sense of both order and time, while it allows
them the freedom to direct the flow of the learning experience.