Following the Reggio Emilia approach, we believe learning is living. Children learn through real life work, through opportunities given to them that meet their developmental needs.
We believe learning is doing.
Children learn though questioning, discovering, and making assumptions in their environment.
We believe learning is playing.
Children learn by imitating the world around them, exploring relationships, materials, and figuring out how things work.
We believe learning is social.
Children learn through building meaningful relationships, working together, and resolving conflicts amongst each other. Children learn when supportive relationships exist amongst teachers, parents, and children working side by side.