A lot of focus is put on exploring the individual creativity of a child, by allowing them to try out big movements, eg. painting on live-sized canvasses, without worrying too much about the mess they make. They will also try small movements to develop fine motor skills,eg. by doing sand-art, in a controlled, more quiet environment.
Offering young boys their favourite subjects - digging, dirt and dinosaurs. offering young girls their favourite subjects - dough, dolls and dress-up. Introducing young children to letter forming and the love of reading by book-reading sessions and workshops Introducing the young mathematician to numbers and science.
Development of perceptual motor skills and confidence through our carefully selected jungle gyms, both indoors and outdoors. Developing the child's music taste and memory, by playing lively and appropriate music indoors and outdoors.
Focus on wellness by healthy eating at lunch time with produce from the children's own, organic veggie patches, eggs from our own free range chickens and doing physical exercises eg. yoga. Ensuring the healthy child stays healthy by separating the "under-the-weather child" to a comfortable and quieter environment. indoors, closer to supervision.
Relaxed approach to the child's choice of activity during playtime. Rest period between lunch and afternoon sessions.