At ages 2-7, children already develop memory and imagination. This is called the Preoperational Stage. In this stage, children are already engaged in symbolic play and learn about more complex ideas.
Children usually start early preschool at the age of 3, and because they are already in this stage of development, we have programs that provide new opportunities for them to become problem solvers, explorers, and inventors. These include activities such as:
- Group circle time where they are introduced to basic letter, shape, and number recognition
- Imaginary play and creative arts as building blocks for social development
- Potty training and daily life skills for beginners
- Outdoor playtime for physical development and growth
To know more about our programs, visit our Contact Us page or call 718-502-6455.