Infant Discovery Program
6 months - 18 months
We believe that there is no better time to begin engaging in STEM Discovery activities than at this stage. Children are incredibly active learners at 1, 2 and 3 years old, and we can start building their foundation in STEM as soon as they enter this world.
We offer our infants a space where they can investigate the natural world around them, learn about how it works by testing it with their tiny fingers, watching it change, listening to its sounds, and feeling its textures.
The research is quite clear that the best practice in early childhood education is to break away from passive learning and allow for more play and investigation. This kind of learning early in life builds skills and interests that serve children throughout their school years, and later in life.
Areas of Learning:
Fine and Gross Motor Skills Development
Emotional and Social Development