A preschooler’s world opens up in new ways as children improve coordination, learn complex games and begin to interact more with others. They are becoming their own person, they know what they like and what they don’t, they want to touch, taste, smell, hear, and test things for themselves. They have their own friends and own way of doing things. Preschool children want to establish themselves as separate from their parents. They are more independent than toddlers. They can express their needs since they have greater command of language. They need adults to be warm, loving and responsive to them as their brains develop and shape the way they learn, think and behave for the rest of their life. Preschoolers need clear and simple rules so that they know the boundaries of acceptable behavior.
Preschoolers learn by doing and at Maison Kinder your child will strengthen his or her cognitive skills with plenty of hands-on activities. Our curriculum is organized into theme-based units that address complex topics that encourage children to develop their skills and confidence. Each unit incorporates languages, math, geography, yoga, creative arts, music, dance, motor skills, and social development.