In our preschool classroom, children develop this crucial trait by engaging in play-based learning activities and sticking with them until they solve the problem or complete the project. If children’s solutions to a problem do not work, teachers help the children learn from their efforts and encourage them to keep trying to accomplish the objective.
For example, if a child assembles a building with blocks and the building falls, the teacher might ask questions to help the child figure out why. Was the building too high? Was the foundation wobbly? The teacher encourages the child to think about what went wrong and to try again to create a sturdier building.
Children use a variety of interesting, hands-on learning and reading materials to make play more complex and challenging. Their play also becomes more social and cooperative as they build their social skills, make friends and learn to collaborate.
All programs are customized to your child’s progress, needs and age. Schedule a tour today to experience a day in the life of your preschooler!
Indoor and outdoor learning centers are age-appropriate and adhere to strict safety and security specifications. For added safety, closed-toe shoes are a requirement by all children while inside and outside. Preschoolers are encouraged to participate in health and safety measures while learning valuable life skills such as hand-washing.
Our teachers help children develop and practice new skills in a safe, nurturing environment. Proper preschooler-to-teacher ratios are always maintained. All toys are age-appropriate and sanitized. Extra measures are in place to maintain the highest level of cleanliness. Preschoolers are gently guided and encouraged to explore safely indoor and outside on our playground, which is specially designed for young children.