"Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world". Nelson Mandela
Infant / Toddlers: 4months - 2 years
We offer infants and toddlers a safe and nurturing environment that stimulates their need for discovery while offering activities and lessons appropriate for their age. The program for infants features a flexible curriculum created to fit your child's individual needs. They also enjoy age-appropriate toys, songs, games along with tender interactions and encouragement to learn, grow and discover in their own unique way. The program for toddlers introduces you to a more structured day with stimulating activities and interactions.
Infants and toddlers participate and play beside the older children where they are exposed to learning and language.
Preschool: 3 years - 4 years
The program provides the foundation for academic or "school" learning. It is the preparation children need before they learn highly abstract symbols such as letters and numbers. The preschool children are introduces to a more structured day with storytelling, music, yoga, Spanish, color, letters, reading readiness, numerics, shapes, calendar, social and emotional development.
Pre-kindergarten: 4 years - 5 years
This program is specifically designed with preparation for kindergarten. Opportunities, exposure and lessons in a variety of interest centers, will introduce your child to math concepts, reading, hand writing, science, social studies, team building and leadership skills.
We guide the development of intellectual, physical, emotional and social skills that help prepare your child for the future. We will provide a foundation in which your children will master the necessary skills in order to succeed in kindergarten.
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We use "Handwriting Without Tears" curriculum for beginning handwriting and pencil control.
Trained " Love and Logic," to support children with self confident, self motivation and set them up for real life challenges.
AMS "Montessori-certified" teacher, "Children should have the freedom to use repetition to gain mastery of new materials or information and be encouraged to use critical thinking skills to come up with their own answers."