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We highly encourage our students to explore their creative side develop their fine motor skills through arts & crafts projects.
As children explore music through play, they make discoveries about themselves and the world around them. Exposing them to music early in their childhood deepens their fine & gross motor skills.
Movement in children can help increase memory, perception, language, attention, emotion and decision making. We believe physical activity creates skills, attitudes, and confidence to be active throughout life.
Language development lays the foundation for the reading and writing skills in children as they enter and progress through school. Everyday we focus on strengthening each student's language skills through reading and writing activities.
Throughout the early years of life, children notice and explore mathematical dimensions of their world. The students are taught math in the class room to reach mathematical proficiency in preparation for Kindergarten.
Children’s outdoor play is being increasingly recognized as essential for their healthy development. We advocate for outdoor play as it is essential for physical health, mental well-being, cognitive and social development.
The rise of the digital age has made science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education more critical than ever. We have regular STEM units to promote ongoing academic success. Children who learn STEM concepts throughout their education are better prepared to meet increasingly technology-focused professional requirements.
Project Based Learning (PBL) is a pedagogical approach in which students actively construct their own knowledge over a sustained period of time, collaborating with their peers to complete a public product that answers a driving question or solves a challenging problem. We believe all students deserve the opportunity to learn and discover fundamental lessons about themselves and the world.
Our instructors teach concepts related to oral language, speaking, presentation and listening skills in the classroom. Activities like "show and tell' help the students create an awareness of vocal projection and most importantly, it helps to build confidence. We regularly give opportunies to our students to practice their vocal skills through presentations.