Building The Foundation
For Growth

 

We Design
Early Childhood Programs
and Not Curriculum.

 

All children are equal and
each of them are individuals.

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 IMPORTANCE OF PRE-SCHOOL PROGRAM!  

The human brain develops most rapidly between birth & age 5, making the pre-school years a crucial part of a child’s education.

Infant
& Toddler

Nurturing, caring, loving environment that ennriches children’s early experience.

Pre-school
Care

Develop new skills and introduce children to a social environment.

 

Group
Daycare

Building one piece of information upon another through scaffolding creates a solid foundation for additional learning.

Pre
Kindergarten

Children develop skills in being, thinking and learning developmental skills with others.

 

Out of School
Care

Children learn about their world by having opportunities to revisit experiences.

 

Summer
Camp

Explore, Learn , Relax , Fun

 

 

 

Welcome to the Reggio Emilia Approach to daycare

The program is based on the philosophy that all children are equal and unique individuals. We accommodate each child to his/her own rate of development. We provide a warm, safe and nurturing environment to cultivate children’s optimal social and emotional growth as well as their physical and intellectual skills. In addition to promoting confidence and success, we also encourage children to learn to be creative and independent.


LEARN MORE

Stay updated about our child development programs and activities that incorporate the Reggio Emilia Approach everyday!

 Our social media pages

are there in order to help educate communities about current child-friendly programs.

Parkland Players repository of activities and ideas is now available online

 Bitaa Learning Hub

Supporting childcare providers and parents in a variety of setting with thinking of and creating age-appropriate programming for children

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Latest News

Spring Cleaning with the Kids

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It's March already and Spring is right around the corner. We are sure that many people are considering doing some Spring cleaning as we transition into the new season, but...
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Why Hands On Learning is Important for Early Childhood Education

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Over a year ago we shared a post about hands on learning, what it means and why it is important. In the simplest definition, hands on learning is learning by doing....

March 2019 Newsletter

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The above is our newsletter for the month of March. Please refer to it for important information regarding the schedule for the month. You can download a PDF version here.
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Loose Parts Play – What is It and Why Use It?

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Loose Parts Play is one of those terms that often come up in Early Childhood Education, and especially in inquiry-based approaches like Reggio Emilia, but what exactly does it mean?...