Our Program

 

The Dreamers (Infants)

Colorful spinners and rattles, stackers and clackers, and special books for babies fill our shelves and encourage exploration, communication, early literacy and curiosity.  Our plans for our infants encourage experience in music, drama and pretending, sensory play, curiosity, literacy, art, language and movement. Our loving caregivers create a nurturing environment and use brain power activities to help our babies’ brilliant minds develop.

 

The Travelers (Toddlers)
Puzzles, push- pull toys, art materials, climbers for large muscle development, and board books fill our shelves and encourage exploration, communication, early literacy and curiosity.   Toddlers enjoy learning early math and spatial concepts when they visit the block area and manipulative centers.  Our plan for toddlers encourages experiences in music, drama and pretending, literacy, art, language and movement. Our playground is an opportunity for teachers to extend learning to the outdoors. Toddlers may be painting on the fence and making self- portraits with chalk.


The Voyagers (Preschoolers)

Through loving interaction and structured activities, we focus on developing self-confidence and social development.   Our children are provided opportunities to embrace individual differences as they enjoy music, drama and pretending, literacy, art, language and movement.  Every child is encouraged to be creative, and develop emergent literacy and math skills.  In the writing center, children use envelopes, paper and lots of interesting writing tools and word cards to express themselves and improve dexterity. 

 

The Explorers (School-Age)

Far beyond just helping with homework, we help school-agers discover how the world around them works, through creative play opportunities like magnets, puzzles, games, puppets and art materials.   The plan for school-agers encourages experience in music, drama and pretending, literacy, art and language.  Unique to our framework, are long-term projects and brain power activities. The development of the whole child is encouraged through a character building component. Community service projects and outdoor games allow school-agers to receive individual attention in a relaxed but active atmosphere that is both fun and educational.