- TODDLERS (18 months - 24 months)
- TWO’s (24 months - 36 months)
- THREE’s (36 months - 48 months)
- PRESCHOOL (4 years)
- KINDERGARTEN (5 - 6 years)
- CAMP (4, 5 & 6 years)
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The objective of this program is to teach the children basic rules and routines, while developing social skills and enjoying a variety of learning experiences. Our toddlers are introduced to Practical Life and Sensorial Activities to develop control of movement, respect of the environment, self-sufficiency and refine sensory perception. Children will also be introduced to beginning concepts in Languages and Mathematics, using concrete materials.
The Reggio Emilia and Project Approach are an integral part of this program providing endless opportunities for the children to explore creativity and imagination through long–term projects.
Our childcare provides a Three’s program where we offer a stimulating curriculum where we blend both the Reggio Emilia and Project Approach Methods to learning. The Three’s program expands on the early concepts of the Project Approach.
Using an array of materials, children absorb complex skills in Language Arts and Mathematics. Social skills continue to develop as children engage in Project work integrating all subject areas, for example, Science, Visual Arts and Drama. Project work allows children to construct and represent their knowledge through various modes of expression.
As children collaborate and debate with their peers, they are challenged to use their higher-order thinking skills as they encounter and explore various topics during long-term projects. To complement the program, Music, Spanish and extracurricular activities are introduced by specialized teachers.
This program offers a stimulating combination of the Reggio Emilia Method and the Project Approach to learning.
The Reggio Emilia Method of education is based on a child’s developmental need for freedom within limits, as well as a carefully prepared environment that guarantees exposure to materials and experiences. In this age group you will find just that.
The classroom materials and social setting are supportive of the child. Materials are multi-sensory, sequential and self-correcting, thus facilitating learning. Everything a child sees, listens to, feels and tastes enhances the education of his/her mind. Project Approach allows children to construct and represent their knowledge through various modes of expression.
As children collaborate and debate with their peers, they are challenged to use their higher-order thinking skills as they encounter and explore various topics during long-term projects. It is self-directed learning in a whole learning environment.
The curriculum in this age group is specifically designed to provide children with a solid foundation of the knowledge and skills they will need for later learning. The key characteristics in this program are:
- providing an explicit, sequenced and coherent curriculum that is content and language rich
- Integrating the teaching of conceptual knowledge and skills in a step-by-step manner
- Setting high expectations for all children
Using the Reggio Emilia Method children absorb complex skills in Language Arts and Mathematics. During project work, children then apply acquired skills as they develop their higher-order thinking skills. Project Approach allows children to construct knowledge through social exchange; for example, as children collaborate and debate with their peers they develop a deeper understanding of various topics. Project work is an authentic, meaningful way for children to learn, integrating all subject areas: Science, Language Arts, Visual Arts, Drama, etc…
Our camp creates an atmosphere that allows children to be openly creative, build self-confidence, make everlasting friendships, experience new skills through our exciting and original programs and activities. Our summer camp program offers traditional camp activities, including arts and crafts, nature, music, drama, dance, sports, field trips, swimming, themed days and more.