Our Approach

All activities are designed to allow children to explore, play, inquire, discover and learn at their own pace. This is done to nurture their curiosity and creativity, two important abilities that are crucial for formal learning in the future. We provide a safe and non-judgemental environment for children. It is our philosophy to treat each child as an individual and encourage learning through developmentally appropriate, child centered activities.

We offer:

  • Qualified, trained, well-organized and friendly staff
  • Age appropriate activities to engage children and stimulate their thinking
  • Active parental involvement
  • Safe and friendly environment for learning through play
  • Create an environment in classroom that generates curiosity in child and encourages her to ask questions
  • Trained teachers to help children think logically by giving logical answers to their queries, and leading them to the right answers through hints and ways to find answers themselves

Exploring the world around makes learning fun and a continuous part of life

Play class

Themed units that encourage your child’s curiosity, increase confidence, and support self-directed activities. Hands-on experiences designed to boost problem solving and scientific thinking skills. Daily small and whole-group activities. Observation-based assessments that track your child’s progress toward developmental milestones and school readiness. Portfolios that document growth and development through your child’s work. Regular teacher-parent communication.

Age Group
24 - 36 Months


Activities and lessons that help prepare your child for kindergarten and school success. Small-group lessons focused on mathematics, english and literacy. Whole-group activities that help your child build an awareness of others and a sense of community. Hands-on experiences that encourage independent, creative learning. Classroom activities and design features that help your child build literacy and numeracy skills. Regular teacher-parent communication.

Age Group
36 - 48 Months


Individual attention in a small-class setting. Educational field trips and school presentations that build on classroom learning. Regular teacher-family communication, including daily updates to keep you informed. Comprehensive reporting on individual child achievement through standardized tests and parent-teacher meetings.

Age Group
48 - 60 Months

Enabling children to express themsleves through creative and performing arts

Dance/Fine Arts (Add-on) Activity

While we understand the importance of academics and are devoted to provide the best education, we strongly believe that involving children in creative and performing arts teaches them life skills such as articulating a vision, building self-confidence and self-discipline, developing an informed perception, accepting responsibility to complete tasks from start to finish, developing the ability to imagine what might be, and learning to solve problems and make decisions.

This add-on (referred as Extended Play school) includes providing lunch to participating students around 12:15 PM (once the play school is finished) and then involving them to an hour long activity (dance\fine arts) class every day from 1 PM to 2 PM.

Age Group
24 - 60 Months