Our Programs

Empowering Young Minds with a Diverse Curriculum.

Subsidies accepted. Participating in CWELCC program.

Igniting Curiosity, Inspiring Discovery​

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Toddler Program​

Our well-balanced toddler program centers around plenty of outdoor and indoor activities to ensure wholesome cognitive and physical stimulation and development. We focus on active learning through play, exploration and inquiry.

**Children who do not wish to sleep will be offered quiet activities, such as books, puzzles, etc.

​Program Highlights:

Cognitive Literacy Activities​

Sensory refinement activities

Project-based learning activities​

Enhanced Learning: music, visual arts, dramatic play & gym.

Where Learning Blossoms​

Our holistic daycare program merges the best of Montessori, Reggio Emilia, Project-Based Learning, and Waldorf methods, nurturing little minds through hands-on exploration, imaginative play, and meaningful projects.​ Click each tab to learn more.

Montessori is a method of education named after Dr. Maria Montessori, the first woman in Italy to obtain the degree of Doctor of Medicine. As a result of her degree and experience, Dr. Maria Montessori looked at education from a scientific perspective. Teachers work in small groups of 2-4 children at a time. The teacher’s main responsibility is to prepare and organize appropriate learning materials to meet the needs and interests of each child in the class.​
The Reggio Emilia educational method views young children as individuals who are curious about their world, “each child has 100 languages” and tries to develop them with innovation, art, music, dance, writing, talking, singing, and science. Children are “knowledge bearers”, so they are encouraged to share their thoughts and ideas about everything they could meet or do during the day.​

The child is viewed as being an active constructor of knowledge, rather than being seen as the target of instruction. Children are seen as having an active role of an apprentice. The teacher’s main role is to work alongside the children, to provoke ideas, problem solving, and resolve conflicts.​

Four major principles of the Reggio Emilia Approach:

PBL is a student-centered pedagogy that involves a dynamic classroom approach in which it is believed that students acquire a deeper knowledge through active exploration of real-world challenges and problems. Students work on a project over an extended period which engages them to solve a real-world problem or to answer complex questions. As a result, students develop deep content knowledge, as well as critical thinking, creativity, and communication skills in the context of doing a project of interest.​

The PBL learning style leads to a greater depth of understanding of concepts, improved communication and interpersonal/social skills, enhanced leadership skills, increased creativity, and improved writing skills
Rudolph Steiner, the founder of Waldorf education, proposes a philosophy of child development that suggests a human is a threefold being of spirit, soul, and body whose capacities unfold in three developmental stages on the path to adulthood: early childhood, middle childhood, and adolescence.

​ The Waldorf curriculum is broad and comprehensive and designed to bring age-appropriate subjects that support each of these developmental phases. The early childhood curriculum, therefore, centers on experiential education, allowing children to learn by example and opportunities for imaginative play.​

The overall goal of the Waldorf curriculum is to cultivate and support the child’s deep, inborn natural attitude, belief and trust in and basic reverence for the world as an interesting and good place to live in. The teacher recognizes the multi-faceted way that each child learns and strives to meet the needs of all types of learners, kinesthetic, visual and auditory.​

The curriculum is enlivened and strengthened by incorporating art, music, and movement into daily practice. Waldorf education is richly steeped in the humanities, foreign languages, sciences, and the arts, and strives to create a genuine love for learning.​

My First Day – What to Bring

Please label ALL items with your child’s name​

Plastic Water bottle

Closed - Toe Indoor Shoes​


Pillow with pillowcase​

Toy for sleep

Diapers and wet wipes




Invest in Your Child’s Future

We’d love to show you how we can help your child reach their full potential! Please contact us now to learn more or to secure a spot for your little one.