We believe that physical movement stimulates brain growth and boosts cognitive performance.
Movement helps kids focus and makes it easier for kids to learn and achieve.
John Ratey, author of A User’s Guide to the Brain, calls exercise “Miracle-Gro for the brain” because of its role in stimulating nerve growth factors.
Studies suggest that regular physical activity supports healthy child development by improving memory, concentration, and positive outlook.
We beleive that play promotes cognitive, language, physical, social and emotional development.
Play helps children grow strong and healthy. It also helps your child grow emotionally.
Children practice and reinforce their learning in multiple areas during play. It gives them a place and a time for learning that cannot be achieved through completing a worksheet.
Play provides rich learning opportunities and leads to children’s success and self-esteem.
In mixed-age groups, children are more likely to cooperate than compete. This spirit of cooperation and caring makes it possible for children to see each other as individuals as opposed to competitors.
Not only do students from mixed-age groups out-perform peers of the same age academically, studies also show that they thrive socially.