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1. Purposeful Play
Children spend most of their time purposefully playing and working with objects either by themselves or with other children.
2. A Little of This, a Little of That
Children have access to a wide variety of activities throughout the day ranging from table toys to pretend play to arts and crafts.
3. You and Me Time
Teachers do not always teach to a large group, but instead spend quality time with children individually or in small groups.
4. Got Art?
The classroom is the childrenâ€™s art gallery. Itâ€™s decorated with childrenâ€™s artworks, projects, and writing.
5. Environmental Learning
Children learn numbers and the alphabet naturally through everyday activities such as taking attendance and serving snacks.
6. Hands-on Learning
Worksheets are rarely use. Children learn through doing projects where they are given plenty of time to play and explore.
7. Fresh Air Learning
Rain or shine, children have outdoor playtime daily.
8. Story Time
Teachers read books to children individually or in small groups throughout the day.
9. One Size Doesn't Fit All
The curriculum is flexible to accommodate children of different levels and background.
10. Your Gut Instinct
Children are happy and parents feel safe sending their children to the program.