Our Guiding Philosophy is that Children Learn Through Play
Through play, children learn about themselves, their environment, people, and the world around them. Play is critical to the healthy growth and development of children. Both solitary and social play is necessary for a child’s development. A child can play with a building toy alone and in the process, develop independence, self-sufficiency and persistence. Playing with the same toy with others, the child acquires social skills such as learning to cooperate, negotiate, share, show empathy, take turns, and play by the rules. These are important interpersonal life skills, all of which play fosters. Play in early childhood is the best foundation for success in school.
Our mission statement is to nurture the “whole child” in areas of physical, intellectual, emotional, and social development. This will be achieved through providing a variety of activities that are developmentally appropriate and recognizes the individual needs and differences of children.