Developmental Learning

Children develop in an orderly, predictable pattern. As a result, we recognize that learning is best served through active exploration, manipulation of concrete (hands-on) materials, self-initiated projects, and receiving guidance from teachers. This is called “The Developmental Process.” The child follows his/her own timetable within a predictable age range.

Our focus is to create a climate in which children feel competent in what they can do and integrate life-learning skills into their daily lives. Everything a child experiences throughout the day is a part of his/her total education. The classroom environment is designed to allow each child to participate in the experiences that are meaningful to him/her. Our focus encompasses all the following areas:

(Child’s Understanding of God)
(Child’s Intellectual Development)
(Gross and Fine Motor)
(Relating to Others)
(Child’s Sense of Self and Security)

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