We offer a wide range of learning experiences. A few can be explored below.
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Play - to have fun

Join us Monday through Friday from 10:00 a.m. – 4 p.m. Come at your leisure, stay as long as you want, socialize with other parents, and have fun.

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Celebration – to commemorate occasion, achievement

There are so many wonderful things to celebrate: birthdays, milestones, achievements, or just because.

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Socials – convene and confabulate

Schools, clubs, or organizations that are looking for a place where parents can meet each other and socialize while their children play together in a fun atmosphere.

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Problem Solving

Children are natural problem solvers, and early childhood settings – where children interact with one another and participate in decision making – offer countless opportunities for children to grow in their problem-solving abilities. These important experiences help children learn to value different kinds of thinking, think logically and creatively, and take an active role in their world.

Children use problem-solving skills on a constant basis – when they experiment and investigate, when they select materials, and when they try to work together: “How far will that water squirt?” “Where is that sound coming from?” “What do you think will happen if we add one more block?” We often divide children’s learning into emotional, social, creative, cognitive, and physical. But watching children as they go about their day reveals that problem solving encompasses all of these areas of development.

  • Play is the highest form of research. – Albert Einstein

Hands-on Learning

Hands-on learning is a great way to teach new skills that build on what children already know, but it can be difficult to keep activities interactive and fun while still teaching important concepts that build a strong foundation for future learning.

Children are more likely to develop skills when they are having fun, but also when the skills have meaning for them; hands-on learning aims to provide for both of these characteristics of learning. With all the information that is available on the Internet, it can be difficult to find high-quality activities that are easy to implement with existing plans and curricula.


Why Choose Us






Self Confidence

Social Skills

Physical Development

Problem solving

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