Infants, toddlers and twos are naturally curious. As they engage in routines day after day, they collect, organize and reorganize information about themselves, other people, and things. That is how they develop understandings that help them make sense of the world. Our children play throughout the day during routines and experiences.
Play offers them opportunities to make choices, make decisions, solve problems, interact with one another, interact with their teacher, pursue interests, experience learning as fun and exciting, and experience themselves as capable, competent, successful learners. Play also gives children the opportunity to build language and literacy skills, discover mathematical relationships and helps them be scientists. We promote learning by offering a variety of experiences to the children in our care.