Creative Play Day School
The purpose of Creative Play Day School is to provide its students with a loving and safe environment that will set the stage for emotional, social and intellectual growth.
As teachers, we believe that by forming partnerships with those in our care, we can encourage and enhance active learning.
woman showing child telescope We further believe that each child must become an active participant in the learning process.
We seek to help every child reach their individual potential and give expression to their own unique gifts through a holistic approach to early childhood education.
Our learning program is designed with the individual child's development in mind.
There is a balance of individual, small group and large group activities.
Quiet listening, problem solving, music, movement and just plain play choices are provided.
Children are offered a wide range of activities suited to their own abilities and interests.
Our activities and lesson plans are designed to promote the joy of learning through first hand experience in a warm, accepting and stimulating environment.
- School Type: Early Childhood / Day Care
- Grades: Prekindergarten-Kindergarten
- Students: 104 students
- Application Deadline: None / Rolling
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