Curriculum

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Art

Artistic projects and activities promote hand-eye coordination as well as the coordination of smaller muscles. These skills will aid in the performance of important developmental tasks as your child grows such as feeding themselves, grasping toys, and using writing or drawing utensils.

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Music

Early exposure to music will encourage your child's social-emotional skills and linguistic abilities. While singing along or dancing away to the rhythmic melodies and easy-to-follow lyrics, your child's mind and body will learn to work together while expressing themselves in a fun and energetic way.

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Movement

Through movement, your child will not only advance their physical capabilities but will also improve memory, perception, focus, and even decision making when language is incorporated. Even in the early stages of infancy, movement can stimulate alertness and invoke tranquility.

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Language

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Mathematics

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Outside Play

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