Children 12 to 19 months
At this age, children are starting to take their first steps, saying their first words, expressing their emotions on a deeper level, and figuring out their sense of individuality. Which is why we have made this program to help with:
Taking first steps
Sounding out words
Recognizing different colours
Recognizing different toys
Connecting names with objects
Children 19 months to 3 years
At this age, children start to develop crucial cognitive functions. Things like coordination, independence, naming objects in a picture book, matching objects with their uses, developing an attention span, and more. Which is why this program is intended to provide:
Social, emotional, academic, and physical skills
Communication, comprehension, and language skills through reading discussions
Creative expression via arts and crafts
Problem solving skills
Children 3 to Kindergarten
At this age, children expand on their intellectual, social, comprehension, and communication skills. Which is why we have made this program to help with:
Reading and writing
Developing sense of individuality
Daily and Weekly Activities
Dancing is great for children and an excellent way for them to exercise and feel unified. Through dance, children feel more connected with their peers and their teachers. This leads to a more inviting and fun learning environment for the children.
Music helps with many areas of learning. Its great for developing speech and language skills, stimulating memory, promoting creative thinking, reducing stress, and more. Music is also a great way for children to connect with their emotions which helps then develop their sense of individuality.
We offer children the opportunity to learn French because it sets them up with an advantage for the rest of their lives. Learning French can open more doors for children in the future. Children who speak two or more languages have also shown to have better problem solving skills, improved memory, concentration, and critical thinking.
Children will learn all the necessary tools they need before heading into kindergarten. These include, but are not limited to, math, science, arts, geography, language arts, and social studies.