Curriculum

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Nature

For children, playing is learning. There is no better space for kids to learn than the
outdoors, and there is no better play resource than nature. We provide a nature stimulating environment to inspire creative and critical thinking beyond the classroom. In our garden, children will plant, pick and eat vegetables, grow flowers, dig for worms, and chase butterflies.

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STEAM

STEAM - Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics


Engaging in STEAM can support a child’s early math development and many other
important skills. We have a STEAM science lab that will support science, technology, engineering, and math activities for the children. We will do cooking activities, science experiments, building activities, and water activities -  they will be fun for the children to explore STEAM and develop skills.

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Play & Learn

Young children are sensory beings; they learn though their senses. This means they need to have lots of opportunities to interact with things and to move in many different ways. This is an important part of their growth and development. Each new sensory experience they have contributes to their brain’s growth and to their appreciation for our natural world.They run, jump, climb, rough house, play games, paint, and engage in imaginative play.