We believe that self-esteem is the critical component to optimal growth in your children.
In order for a child to develop high self-esteem, we focus on developing socialization, self-help, and critical thinking skills needed to succeed in other areas of development.
Just how well children learn to get along with others depends, to a large extent, on how
they feel about themselves. If the adults who care for them have helped them to feel
they are valued and competent, children are likely to be relaxed and friendly with others.
Play is the way children learn about their world, themselves, and others. It is also the way they develop the skills and knowledge they will need to succeed in their lives. We respect that children learn and grow at an individual pace in their own way.