Our Belief
“Play is our brain's favorite way of learning”. -Diane Ackerman
It is believed that play shapes the structural design of the brain. We know that secure attachments and stimulation are significant aspects of brain development; play provides active exploration that assists in building and strengthening brain pathways. Play creates a brain that has increased 'flexibility and improved potential for learning later in life'.

We believe that children learn through play. What seems like simple child’s play to us is actually a laboratory of work to a child. Through play, children act out life. They experiment with relationships, learn the difference between imagination and real life, practice communication skills, and begin to build social structures. Play is an integral part of a child’s life for their overall growth and development the more the freedom to explore and experiment the more knowledge is gained. Play encourages children to take in information, connect it to prior knowledge, build up that knowledge, and apply it or express it in some way.