"We believe that all children grow and develop at different rates and have different learning styles. Children are naturally curious about the world around them and should be given the opportunity to explore, create and problem solve with materials which are developmentally appropriate. Each child brings to the educational setting his or her own unique set of experiences. Through interaction in the classroom, children can learn from one another. You will find that your child will increase language skills, become more self confident and develop higher order thinking skills. All activities in these early years should be hands-on and fun. Often what adults perceive as play or pretend is a serious learning experience for a child. Therefore, there will be an array of activities in which children can touch, feel, smell, taste, hear, and see."
Excerpted from the preschool's website