How Children Learn at Children's Corner
At Children’s Corner, we believe that the primary purpose of early childhood education is to develop each child’s innate love of learning and discovery. The curriculum follows the principles and practices of top academic research that exploratory, play-based learning during the preschool years fosters a lifelong love of learning. kids photos
At Children's Corner, young children learn in an environment that perfectly balances structure and exploration. On any given day, one might see five-year-olds absorbed in the biology of snails making iridescent trails with diluted food coloring. One might hear four-year-olds gaining social skills as they brainstorm how to share the bike-yard or learning about solids and liquids by manipulating translucent, sparkle gak. Three-years-olds may be developing whole-body coordination doing yoga or strengthening the fine motor muscles in their hands with clay. Supported by caring, knowledgeable teachers and surrounded by friends, children experiment with new skills and gain confidence and motivation from their emerging abilities.
Teacher to Student Ratios
Our 2s & Young 3s program has 12 to 15 children and 3 teachers; 1 teacher for every 4-5 students.
Our 3s & Young 4s program has 15 to 18 children and 4 teachers; 1 teacher for every 4-5 students.
Our 4s & Young 5s program has 20 to 24 children and 4 teachers; 1 teacher for every 5-6 students.
Our Young Fives program has 12 children and 2 teachers; 1 teacher for every 6 students.