Preschoolers are rapidly expanding their knowledge and mastery of the world around them. Play is the young child’s medium for learning, creating something meaningful for themselves and others. Young children expend great effort in completing what they set out to do. Our program and staff are there to help facilitate their learning in all developmental areas: physical, social, emotional, and intellectual; this is incorporated through a play-based curriculum.
Children are encouraged to learn about the world around them through a balance of play, exploration, and guided activities. We develop activities and materials that are chosen based on children’s interests and designed to foster independence, cooperation, and self-esteem. Age appropriate language and pre-reading or reading activities are staples of everyday learning. Our play-based curriculum complies with developmentally appropriate practices and the nationally recognized standards for early childhood education endorsed by the National Association of Child Care Professionals (NACCP).