Our classrooms within our gallery are organized by age group. Infant, Jr. and Sr. Toddler, Preschool, Jr. and Sr. Kindergarten, School Age/Camp, and Before and After School Program. Also, we are happy to show our extra large Kitchen where our in house Cook prepares all the nutritious snacks and meals the children eat daily.
Below are pictures of our children both past and present. Whether in program engaging in activities, celebrating events and holidays within the centre or just being themselves; we are happy to showcase all of our happy children.
Toddlers love to be around the big kids Happy Halloween 2020 from the Toddlers!Such a wonderful smile on this beautiful girlToddler Halloween exploration Happy Lunar New Year 2021. Love seeing children in their festive outfitsIt makes us proud, when they are proud!Happy Halloween from our Infant Room 2020Happy 2nd Birthday to our Twins- Elena and Raphael Spreading the glue, and putting the squares in numerical order.Happy Hannukah!Sometimes it is best to curl up, on the couch with a good book!How can I serve you today!?Secret Subtracting, this combines simple mathematics with coding. In order for our sweet girl to uncover the secrets she has to put into practice the subtraction skills she has learned in SK!Filling our plate with healthy food!The children were inspired to create some healthy foods using playdough. Can you recognize some of these healthy choices?When they are proud…we are proud. We love celebrating every achievement, both big and small.Tracing letters for our Mother’s Day Cards. When children trace, they exercise their muscle memory, as well as motor control. Soon our little lady here will not need those dotted lines to follow. She will be able to do it on her own!When it rains, it pours. This time it is raining our names. The JK/SK class has made Name Rain clouds. Sequencing using the spelling of their names.She cut out all the words, and was able to match the written word to the picture without any assistance. Not only labelling her picture using the cut out words, but also coloured it so beautifully too!Our Preschoolers are so proud to show off their green thumbs!Using old magazines the Preschoolers utilized their fine motor skills by cutting our the pictures that struck their interest.Using memory and the materials available, our Preschoolers were able to create what they remember an octopus looking like. After painting an cardboard box all the colours that remind us of the ocean the children filled it with sand and sea animals and explored their homemade ocean. Learning the names of some of these sea creatures earlier, some of the children were able to label the ones they found. Its all about shapes. Recognizing them and labelling them was something Toddlers focused on. Fun is the sun is always more enjoyable with the coolest sun glasses. Our girl was proud to show them off.Palmar grasping these alligator tongs is a great way to strengthen hand muscles. After children master this skill, holding a pencil and writing eventually follows. Letter Recognition is more fun to learn when it is the letter that starts your name. This little lady coloured over her name. Eventually scribbling over letters will turn into tracing letters, and of course being able to write them herself!Finding the same or similar objects and lining them up, was what was on the agenda today. Jenna lined up the Lego blocks she found and began to count them.