Simply put, a child’s early years lay the foundation for all that is to come. In recent years, researchers have learned that the human brain develops the vast majority of its neurons, and is at its most receptive to learning, between birth and three years of age. In fact, the intake of new information is critical to the formation of active neural pathways (Shonkoff & Phillips, 2000).
At centre we help children as young as three years of age develop a love of learning and build essential skills to begin school with confidence. We believe each child has enormous potential to become capable, confident and eager learners.
Early Learning is never too early to nurture your child’s curiosity and interest in learning. So, start your child's future from today.
Early education can play a critical role during this important developmental period. Research linking early intervention to both cognitive and socio-emotional gains has fueled the proliferation of early childhood programs since the early part of the twentieth century. The last four decades in particular have produced many new practices and principles for use in the classroom with young children, as well as countless books, videos, and activities to enrich the home environment.
As exposing young learners to basic math concepts helps lay the groundwork for a future understanding of mathematics. The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics affirms that a high-quality, challenging, and accessible mathematics education provides early childhood learners with a vital foundation for the future. While activities vary widely from preschool to preschool, it's commonly accepted that young learners must have a good grasp of some basic that lay the groundwork for number sense and success in grade school.
- Number Mazes
- Shapes Mazes
- Matching Shapes, Numbers & Colors
- Combined Shapes: Coloring & Matching
- Ordering Animals
- Ordering Shapes
- Greater & Less Than
The early learning years are irreplaceable, when reading and learning are the key to lifelong success and these early years of development are extraordinary and fleeting, a child’s ability to learn a new language or large motor skill such as music or sports rapidly declines after age 12. Children aged three to six years experience a dramatic rate of growth in the front part of the brain that governs organizational behaviors.
Now is the time to take advantage of this critical period to help your child accumulate the basic skills that will carry through a lifetime of learning.
- Letters and Alphabet
- Hand writing
- Telling Time
- Same and Different
- Uppercase and Lowercase Letters
The first six years of life largely determine a child’s future. Through play-based learning in our structured programs, children will develop intellectually, physically, emotionally and socially to prepare for school. Children will practice the alphabet, numbers, colours and printing to enhance their learning.
Mon - Fri: 10am-4pm
Sat, Sun: No Early Education Program