Learning Through Play in our Toddler, Preschool and Pre-K Program

Preschool and Pre-K Program

What’s this “learning through play” all about?  in our Toddler, Preschool and Pre-K Program, play and learning go hand in hand. Play develops childrens’ social and emotional skills, physical abilities, and cognitive skills. For young children, play is joyful and provides an outlet for anxiety and stress. In case you’re wondering, here are some other things that are happening while children are playing in our Toddler, Preschool and Pre-K Program:

Learning Through Play – There’s more than meets the eye!

Children are:

  • Exploring their senses
  • Thinking of new ideas to try
  • Making up stories (outlandish tales, colorful riddles)
  • Relaxing!
  • Laughing and being silly with friends!
  • Developing memory skills
  • Learning to be a good friend
  • Developing literacy and math skills
  • Being architects with blocks and legos, (building intricate tunnels and cities)
  • Playing make believe, (creating a menu for a pretend restaurant)
  • Learning to problem solve, negotiate
  • Developing new vocabulary
  • Learning to be assertive
  • Learning to share, to be cooperative and flexible
  • Learning to feel good about themselves
  • Making independent choices
  • Seeing consequences and learning concepts of “cause and effect”
  • Developing self expression and emotional expression
  • Learning to be patient, to take turns
  • Learning how to connect events, feelings and thoughts

and the list goes on….

Be sure to check out more information on our Preschool and Pre-K ProgramAfter School Program and Summer Camp.