A Play-Based Education Center
From infancy, play teaches children about the environment around them. They learn communication skills, coping skills, how to use their hands and fingers, etc. Watch an infant shake a rattle…..the infant is learning cause and effect. When the infant moves her hand, the rattle makes noise.
A toddler stacking blocks learns the blocks must be stacked straight or their tower will fall. Straight is a concept used in math and writing. Block play promotes spatial recognition and problem-solving skills.
A preschooler learns to take turns when playing with the trains. Sorting colored objects is giving the child basic math skills. Cleaning up toys is teaching responsibility.
Running with friends on the playground is enhancing their gross motor skills.
A structured play-based environment helps children of all ages learn to follow rules, exercise self-control, and build relationships.
Our activities are age appropriate and designed to meet each child’s developmental milestones.