Our philosophy is to acknowledge the social, emotional, physical and intellectual growth of each individual child, through first hand experiences such as building with blocks, reading books, climbing, running, jumping, working puzzles, listening to music, painting, and sorting different items both man made and from the natural world.
This philosophy conforms to the principles set up by Jean Piaget, Maria Montessori, Emilo Reggio and others. As teachers we want to stimulate the children to ask questions, then to assist the children in finding their own answers by problem solving, investigation and construction. We feel that oral language; printed symbols and group cooperation further enhance this development.
The Children’s House strives to add to and strengthen (but NOT replace) the care guidance and culture provided in the home. The Family is the child’s first and most important teacher.
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