Our program provides age-appropriate and individualized activities for young children. At this age, children explore ways to become independent. The teacher’s role is to support the child’s desire to do things by themselves, but with proper supervision. At this age, children are more independent and able to manipulate their environment. As they grow, they can understand other points of view. Their physical abilities have increased in coordination, balance, and strength, and their fine motor skills have improved. They have reached a level of independence that makes them play in groups organizing their own rules and assuming different roles.

Children’s classrooms are organized into learning centers. They include art, blocks, dramatic play, library, math, music and movement, art and painting, puzzles and games, sand and water, science/discovery, and writing.