Our Philosophy

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Young children learn best through active exploration of their environment and interactions with other children and adults.  Learning occurs as children direct their own activities and build upon the knowledge they have already attained.  Self-confidence and self-esteem grow as children experience success completing tasks they have defined for themselves. Children have a natural desire to learn and to make sense of the world around them.

Teachers facilitate this process by preparing a stimulating and challenging environment.  The teachers ask open-ended questions, make suggestions, and provide additional resources to add to the complexity of play.

Our goal is to meet the needs of the whole child.  Throughout the day, children have many opportunities to develop physically, socially, emotionally, and intellectually.  Our curriculum is both age and individually appropriate.




Last Update: August 12 2011
For additional information, contact: Gregg Brohinsky