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Early Childhood Education

(Our Philosophy)

Children develop at different rates. Each child has their own experiences and learning styles that affords them the opportunity to thrive at their optimal capacity. Identifying a child's developmental stage equips early educators to implement the principle of theorist Lev Vygotsky's Zone of Proximal Development. The Zone of Proximal Development identifies what the child can do without help, and what they can accomplish with guidance by a skilled facilitator. We believe that utilizing the Zone of Proximal Development within our early learning program, yields the most significant opportunity for developmental appropriateness, and developmental achievement. 

  • Developmentally Appropriate Practices

  • Teacher guided learning

  • Active hands-on play and learning

  • Learning through the performing arts

  • Connect new ideas and skills to what children already know

  • Explore and make sense of their new world 

  • Strategic learning experiences

Program Overview

Curriculum Concepts

  • Language and Literacy  

  • Cognitive 

  • Math 

  • Science

  • Social Studies

  • Creative Arts

  • Physical

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