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Philosophy

We believe that PLAY is the WORK of the child…

a child playingWe honor their work and play each day by providing children with thematic hands on experiences that encourage discovery learning.

We’re not a cookie cutter approach in any way! Our boutique learning environment emphasizes small group sizes and quality interactions.  We pride ourselves on being very flexible and accommodating to meet the needs of parents and most importantly, children!

Each classroom and daily learning experiences are crafted to meet each child’s needs and designed to encourage learning through centers, which include, dramatic play, art, blocks, sensory learning, literacy and music and movement. Content area lessons in Science, Math, Early Reading and Social Studies complete the curriculum learning circle while keeping the activities developmentally appropriate and fun!

Monthly newsletters with home and school connections, biannual child developmental assessments and conferences, equip parents and teachers to monitor and support each child’s development and growth.

We’re all about creating joy filled memories for your family. Our small school has a big heart and we regularly host family oriented gatherings that allow parents, children and teachers to connect. We also engage in community service projects as a school and sponsor several family outings each year.

We believe that educating young children is a partnership effort between parents and the school community. We welcome feedback and value involvement. Come and see for yourself, we are truly the Happiest place to Grow and Learn!

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"A Child’s Space is really a place where children blossom and come into their own. They are totally free to express themselves.” -Seymore Family
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