Our content-rich programs are customized to your child’s readiness level, areas of interest, and learning profile (how they learn best). Early childhood is a magical time when the brain develops the vast majority of its neurons and is most receptive to learning. We know that the first five years are the building blocks for the formal years in education that lie ahead, so why not give your little one a head start?
Our teachers provide meaningful experiences that naturally foster your child’s intellectual potential through individualized instruction to meet the developmental needs of each child. Teachers also encourage students to explore their passions, take risks to try new things, and learn from mistakes in a safe, supportive environment.
6 Weeks-1 Year Old
Our infant program begins at six weeks of age and is designed to foster a loving, nurturing, and stimulating environment. Teachers plan individual daily routines that promote social-emotional and physical development through interaction, play, exploration and movement. Infants will be exposed to enrichment programs; these include sign language to encourage positive communication while your baby is still learning words and baby yoga to increase self-awareness and create a sensory experience.
Our young toddler program encourages children to gain more independence as they learn self-help skills such as feeding themselves, climbing stairs, and making choices. These opportunities empower children to become more confident learners as they investigate new concepts and begin to play with a purpose.
1-2 Years Old
Older toddlers are always on the go and are like little sponges, constantly absorbing the world at their fingertips! Our toddler program encourages children to gain a sense of independence by providing them the necessary tools needed to problem solve and help themselves. For example, learning to play cooperatively alongside others, cleaning up after eating meals and making many other mindful decisions throughout the day.
2-3 Years Old
Preschoolers are full of adventure and excitement. During this stage of development, they become very interested in forming friendships. This age continues to highlight our comprehensive theme-based curriculum, covering basic skills in literacy, such as developing a love and appreciation for storytelling, gross and fine motor skills, social-emotional skills, and basic number concepts in mathematics. Teachers devote time for modeling strategies and practicing skills over time until children feel successful.
3-4 Years Old
Students continue their journey of exploration and discovery in the Pre-K classroom. Teachers foster student learning through a balanced approach to literacy and provide opportunities for real-life math skills that are planned and purposeful. In addition, STEAM is an important component of the curriculum, providing ample opportunities for hands-on scientific investigations during the inquiry process. Learning comes to life through their creative interpretations of thematic units whether it’s through role-playing stories, painting portraits, singing songs, or building bridges.
4-5 Years Old