Check out our Registration Page!

Using Large Muscles and Cooperation
“Research shows that sensory play builds nerve connections in the brain’s pathways, which lead to the child’s ability to complete more complex learning tasks. Sensory play supports language development, cognitive growth, fine and gross motor skills, problem solving skills, and social interaction.” Oct 27, 2016
Self-regulation is a skill that allows children to manage their emotions, behavior, and body movement. It takes a lot of practice! We support this component of Social Emotional Learning (SEL) by providing opportunities to play with peers, listen and follow directions and in group activities.
Our students just call it FUN!
Creative problem-solving skills are developed through the processes of art!

Highlighting one of the benefits of finger painting…it is a fun training exercise for kids before they start writing!
Finger painting is a physical exercise as it involves the muscles of the finger and the hand as well as muscles of the shoulder, neck, and core.
These muscles need to be developed for a child to write.