1607 Legacy Cir,
Active Childcare is founded on the principle that physical activity and free-play are the critical processes through which children learn. These processes, in conjunction with traditional classroom teaching, are the most effective way to develop the long-term critical thinking and social skills necessary for school and life beyond.
The environment at Active Childcare is a child's dream. We have a five-level climbing structure, a huge inflatables area, huge open indoor fields, as well as the traditional outdoor playgrounds. These areas afford the children year-round opportunities to run, play, compete, cooperate, and develop the foundation for the social and emotional skills needed in life.
Our classroom environment complements our learning environment. Each classroom has nine areas where children have opportunities to explore and learn on their own and/or with guidance from the teachers: science & sensory, art, literacy, music, computer, dramatic play, manipulatives, and blocks. Free-play in these areas is interspersed with traditional learning techniques to optimize the cognitive learning environment for your child.
At Active Childcare, we are focused on developing the social, emotional, and cognitive skills of your child. It is the combination of these skills that prepares them for school and lays the foundation for life ahead. So much research has been conducted recently connecting the positive educational benefits of physical activity, and we are excited to be on the forefront of implementing these strategies into an educational environment. Active Childcare is a place like no other, where your child can run, play, learn, and develop all year long!
Provide a unique learning environment to empower our students to achieve their social, emotional, intellectual, and physical potential.
Deliver a positive educational experience that builds self-confidence, engenders mutual respect, develops social skills, nurtures intelligence, and builds life skills.
Focus on developing cognitive skills through hands-on activities
Activity and movement are essential to intellectual and physical development
Teaching by assisting children in learning for themselves
Create a community conducive to children building friendships