The early years are vital in a young child’s development. During these years, the young child is beginning to learn. By the time your child enters Elementary, at least five years of learning have taken place. This is why the team at Learning Stages strives to provide a nurturing and safe environment where your child can develop socially, emotionally, physically, verbally, and cognitively. Our goal is to help set these essential foundations for all their later years of learning.
As our students grow, our curriculum grows with them. Our curriculum presents developmentally-appropriate learning at every stage of your child’s journey.
Our students are presented with our curriculum in a systematic pattern to promote a continuous momentum of learning. Throughout each age group, our students share consistent learning opportunities promoting an emphasis on early literacy, hands-on science investigations, and an understanding of mathematics through the development of critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
As our students mature in age and transition to the next classroom, they are able to expound from learning received in their previous classroom, thus propelling the potential to achieve more knowledge. We consider all aspects of development a priority in establishing a successful foundation for future learning – social, emotional, cognitive, and physical.