From the Director:
Child-centered, developmentally appropriate activities that facilitate math, science, and emergent literacy through hands-on learning. We know that children learn best through play. During play children create, move, communicate, and engage in critical thinking. Through play, children formulate an understanding of the world in which they live. It is also our belief that children need attention to social development and emotional nourishment to be happy, productive, and part of a group. By having emotional needs met, children learn to trust and believe in themselves, and in turn, are more able to care for and have compassion for others. The social and emotional learning focus of our program is based on this important principle.