Fun is always the best way to learn. Because children are focused without coercion, it is easier for them to make direct and first-hand experiences that are more effective in imprinting permanent, long term memories. Understanding this, we give our preschoolers activities that involve physical interaction with the environment, exploration, and authentic action. They are also provided with creative activities that orient them to assimilate introductory skills for learning–we call these basic learning tools such as familiarizing the alphabet, reading, writing, and counting.

Other activities may include:

  • Arts and Crafts
  • Kiddy Science
  • Storytelling
  • Indoor and Outdoor Play
  • Games
  • Role Plays
  • Numbers