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Explore Our Curriculum and the Importance of Play

Our proprietary curriculum is aligned with state standards to ensure readiness for kindergarten and their future education. Alongside that, we utilize our proprietary Whole Child Program from infancy through preschool which allows out teachers to look at your child's development in its entirety. Teachers work closely together in learning, with outside sources who come in and educate our staff on developmental areas like speech and language, physical and cognitive progression. In addition, we are a Reggio Emilia inspired school. The Reggio approach is child centered where the teachers and children are working together, using real life and natural materials, and use the environment as the third teacher.  

Play is a Priority

Children learn through play with the guidance of loving and nurturing teachers. Play is an essential part of every child's development, and it has been studied extensively by phycologists and educators.

"Free play is a childhood space that should be held sacred. They will never pretend with such abandon again. And it will never be as important a learning tool" Dr. Erin Clagbough

"Tell me and I'll forget. Teach me and I'll remember. Involve me and I'll learn". Benjamin Franklin

"Childhood is not a race to see how quickly child can read, write and count. It is a small window of time to learn and develop at the pace that is right for each individual child. Earlier is not better. Magda Gerber

"Before we ever put a pencil in a child's hands, those hands should dig, climb, press, pull, squish, twist, and pinch a wide array of environments and a wide variety of materials". 

-Amanda Morgan

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