First Step 2 Learning
Every Step Builds on The Other, Every Step is Necessary!
We want children to reach their maximum potential. This is why our program offers a variety of learning centers which will intrigue childrens' curiosity, foster cognitive development as well as offer challenges.
We believe that children learn by doing and receiving individualized attention so we offer a project based teaching technique which is supported by a high scope curriculum. This provides authentic interaction which meets the needs of our various learners.
We take care to limit the sizes of our classrooms and learning environments to ensure children from the ages of infant and receive focused attention and interactions.
Fun & Creativity
The Arts develop children's motor skill, coloring, drawing, and other forms of creative art are an important part of the child care curriculum.
Art allows children to achieve and expand their creativity
Exposing children to music during early development helps them learn the sounds and meanings of words. Dancing to music helps children build motor skills while allowing them to practice self-expression.
Music helps the body and the mind work together, for children and adults, music helps strengthen memory skills as well.
Creative movement helps children develop body control. Children gain coordination and balance through varied movements. Children are able to respond to music and rhythm.
Creative movement encourages children to express their creativity in physical ways.
Daily interaction and language exposure helps to build vocabulary and comprehension which helps children learn ways of effective communication and self-expression.
Exposing your child to a second language can also help him or her learn about other cultures and team them to be more creative thinkers. People who are bilingual also have shown better critical thinking skills, problem-solving skills, and greater mental flexibility
Math is an important part of learning for children in the early years because it provides vital life skills. They will help children problem solve, measure and develop their own spatial awareness, and teach them how to use and understand shapes.
Playing outside gives your child the chance to explore the natural environment and have adventures. They can play games, test their physical limits, express themselves and build self-confidence.
Outdoor play can also mean more mess – and more mess often means more fun!