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​"Education is the most powerful weapon
  which you can use to change the world"
                                                   Nelson Mandela

We know that at each stage  of life, children take on special developmental tasks and challenges related to their social, emotional, physical, and cognitive development. For infants and two's , developmental occurs in all of theses areas as they use their senses to gain a sense of security and identity and to explore the people and objects in their world. For this reason we believe that the key to meeeting the developmental needs of infants and two's is to buid a responsive relationship between chiildren and adults.


In our Infant  program is important :


  • To be individualized in order to meet the needs of every child .

  • To have a safe, healthy physical enviroment which contains a  

       variety of toys and materials that are both stimulating and

    familiar with the child.

  • To select actvities and materials that interest them, and they

    learn by being actively involved.

  • To show respect for children and interact with them in caring ways.

  • To help children to learn about themselves, about their feelings,

    about others, about communicating, about moving and doing,

    and to acquire thinking skills.

  • To use routines and provide activities to respond to children's

    growing abilities, interest and needs.

  • To build strong bonds with children and their families.


Work with parents, is vital  to make sure preschoolers are well equipped to succeed in school. Also it is important to work together on daily activities, practice age appropriate skills and develop healthy habits which are the foundation for future learning; all while learning two languages (English-Spanish). Their daily routine is designed to prepare them both emotionally and cognitively to continue their educational journey and to be creative children.


we develop our Preschool program according to the following aspects:


  • They are more interested in other children.

  • They can spend more time in tasks selected by themselves.

  • The feel more independant and proud of their achievements.

  • The are to communicate with others.

  • They are able to solve problems.

  • They are more aware of the world around them.

  • The express their feelings.

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