Stories, characters, and play-based activities build bridges to the real world and inspire children to talk about and practice social and emotional skills, such as empathy and kindness, sharing, taking turns, and self-regulation.
Every InvestiGator Club day is filled with active indoor and outdoor play. We know that physical activity is not only important for good health, but also for engaged, mindful learning.
Through investigation and hands-on projects, children learn to think like scientists, construct mathematical concepts, appreciate fine art and music, use simple tools and machines, invent, and create.
Language and Literacy
We develop young readers by fostering imagination and a love of books and storytelling. Through quality interactions with peers and adults, children build a strong foundation for literacy, communication, vocabulary development, writing, and verbal problem-solving.