Research shows children learn best through play. While others simply see them playing dress-up or making mud pies, pouring tea service for a friend or counting red blocks, we know they are exploring, solving problems, developing social-emotional skills, building literacy and math foundations that help support them later. They are building language skills to help them communicate better with words and less with action.
Through the support of our experienced teachers in a safe and nurturing environment,, students are encouraged to learn about the world around them.
- Curiosity leads to discovery
- Discovery leads to understanding
- Understanding leads to imagining possibilities.
Watch our short video to learn more.
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