Children develop and acquire skills through a predictable sequence of stages. At Kid's Crossing, we provide a learning environment that allows a child to build upon existing skills. Children accommodate new information by interacting with concrete materials and experiencing the environment through their senses.
Curiosity is an important method of learning for preschoolers. Children can learn best when they are given the opportunity to ask questions and find different solutions to a problem.
Repetition and imitation are necessary for learning to occur. As a preschooler repeats actions, songs, words, and routines, she increases skills and understanding. She observes and imitates others who models attitudes and actions.
At Kid's Crossing, we want to provide an atmosphere were a child feels loved and accepted as a special person created by God. Parents and teachers working together, along with the Church, can provide positive learning experiences for our children. When this is accomplished, we can look forward to the promise of Proverbs 22:6, "Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not turn from it."