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Our Curriculum

Our philosophy of learning is that children be encouraged by “hand on play” learning opportunities. These experiences allow children to observe and explore their environment and understand their surroundings. “Hands on” discovery philosophy is carried through every age group

Our model is this is a child place and we move at a child pace.

Circle Time

Circle time is a time for important social interactions among young children. It helps develop positive relationships between kids through engaging and fun activities. At Serenity's Learning Academy our circle time includes review of alphabet, shapes, colors and much more. 

Story Time

Reading and storytelling with  children promotes brain development and imagination, teaches your child about language and emotions, and strengthens your relationship. You don’t always need to read books. Try looking at picture books, singing rhymes and songs, or telling stories from your culture. Babies and young children often enjoy books, songs and stories with good rhyme, rhythm and repetition.

Creative Art 

Young children benefit from discovering art by doing and exploring an array of art materials. They are naturally curious and love to experiment with colors, textures and art tools. At Serenity's Learning Academy, we use safe, non-toxic art materials, that children can get messy using their hands to feel and apply paint; scribbling with markers and crayons; painting with sponges, brushes and other tools; squeezing safe modeling materials; cutting all types of paper products with safety scissors; gluing materials to create something new; and playing with shapes. These types of activities help children to develop fine motor skills and cognitive abilities.

Imaginary Play

Imaginative play is essentially when children are role playing and are acting out various experiences they may have had or something that is of some interest to them. They are experimenting with decision making on how to behave and are also practicing their social skills. Children learn from experience: from what happens around them, from what they see, hear, smell, taste and touch. To absorb those experiences and make sense of the world, they need to be engaged in imaginary play.

Outside Play

Physical skills are important for growth, physical coordination and the movement of the body. When children play outdoors they increase their ability to balance, jump, climb, throw, run and skip.

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