At Growing Explorers Learning Center, we are dedicated to providing high-quality early childhood education that will positively impact your child's lifelong social, emotional, cognitive and physical growth. We stimulate your child's natural curiosity, creativity and love of learning through our curriculum. Our devoted and experienced staff is sensitive and responsive to the needs of our little explorers and their families as they prepare for their ongoing success in kindergarten.
Encouraging the natural explorer in all of us!
Growing Explorers Learning Center started out as a small idea in 2015. In the past twelve months, we have managed to work with educators and specialized professionals to design, construct, and establish the future home of Growing Explorers. We are fully dedicated to providing you and your family the care you need to get you through your busy lifestyle. Growing Explorers will be available to provide you with a safe and nurturing child care service to ensure the development and growth of your precious little explorers. Our tuition includes diapers, wipes, formula, meals and snacks.
Benefits of play and exploration
At Growing Explorers Learning Center, we encourage and cultivate play-based childhood education. Many globally and nationally recognized organizations have done extensive research regarding the importance of play during the early years of life and here is what they have to say:
- "Play allows children to create and explore a world they can master, conquering their fears while practicing adult roles, sometimes in conjunction with other children or adult caregivers." - The American Academy of Pediatrics, Click here for article.
- "Play and learning go hand-in-hand. They are not separate activities. They are intertwined. Think about them as a science lecture with a lab. Play is the child’s lab." - The National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC). Click here for article.
- “Play is the most important part of childhood,” Dr. Dreyer said. “It’s how they develop emotionally, cognitively and in language." - The New York Times. Click here for article.