Preparation for life begins much earlier than you think. Data compiled by the Rauch Foundation found that 90 percent of the brain is developed by the time a person is five years old.
From birth to age six, a child’s brain does not function like that of an adult. Children are wired to “absorb” the world around them in rapid chunks, whereas adults are more apt to process information in fixed segments due to the advanced development of the prefrontal cortex. The child has the unique ability to absorb vast amounts of information from their environment effortlessly and continuously. This is what Maria Montessori referred to as “the absorbent mind.”
Your toddler has a once in a lifetime opportunity to absorb information from the environment.
Kindergarten Readiness – Kindergarten is a child’s first significant educational transition from toddler exploration to school-age expectations.
Part-Time Mother’s Day out program for families who are not ready for a full day program yet.
Virtual preschool has been a game-changer for children not able to attend preschool.
Did you know there are 43 million Spanish speakers in the U.S. and 12 million BILINGUAL speakers?!
Offering a variety of activities such as sports, arts and crafts, outdoor adventures, and STEAM based educational programs.