Little Scientists the future is now

Play is critical to the healthy growth and development of children. Through play children learn to solve problems, to get along with others, and to develop the motor skills needed to grow.

We continuously look to create science labs in the classrooms. Our goal is to provide safe environments with guided activities to promote cognitive concepts, enhance language skills, and practice emotional and social interactions.

Science is all around us, in art, water, ice, concoctions, gravity, and even foam!

Simple activities in the context of play make learning fun and engaging!

Touch. Smell. Measure. Mix. Play. Share.

Shaving cream, sensory goodness all around!

Capillary Action

Ever wondered how plants feed themselves from the ground upward? It’s called “capillary action”, which means the movement of water within a porous material (material with small holes), like a plant’s roots, or in our case, a paper towel! Here we learned about how plants feed and hydrate, how water travels between different materials and how colors change when combined.

Kitchen Science Is The Best!

Science experiments don’t have to be hard, tedious or use expensive lab items. At its core, science is the process of looking at the world, asking questions and finding answers. One of the favorite labs is the kitchen: learning about transformation with bread, olives, cheese, tomato sauce and an oven. Who knew learning about transformation could tasted so good!

A little bit of this... a little bit of that and voila! Experimenting with natural ingredients to assemble the perfect pizza!

The Many Shapes Of Water

Young children love to play with water. Add some props and water play becomes a powerful way to support learning.
Learning about the different states of water from gas, and liquid to solid. We froze water and watched it melt faster when mixed with room temperature water.


Playdough helps explore ideas and try different approaches until we find one that works. We can compare and contrast objects, actions, and experiences. In experimenting, we are able to create, satisfy our curiosity, and analyze and solve problems.

Engineering Minds

Putting things together and taking them apart teach us how things work.

With building magnets creativity and imagination run free! At the same time they help develop spatial reasoning and basic concepts about structural integrity, design, and a practical sense of geometry.

Spending countless hours creating communities or objects with building blocks, along with the stories these relate, allow to communicate ideas and practice story telling while incorporating physical objects.

What Will I Build Today?

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