that children’s most valuable means to expand their knowledge, creativity and
developmental skills are their parents and caregivers working together.
In order to provide a comfortable environment for the children, parents are
encouraged to participate in our program at any time. We also believe
that a single learning technique does not fit all children since they learn
with different methods and at a different pace. Our program is based on
psychologist Howard Gardner’s theory, Multiple Intelligences. This theory
sates that there are eight ways through which individuals can learn:
verbal-linguistic (listening, reading, writing), logical-mathematical (playing
with number facts, comparing, observing, experimenting), spatial-visual
(working on visual presentations; using maps, charts, colors, lines, shapes,
forms, etc.), bodily-kinesthetic (dancing, doing physical activities), musical
(singing, making music, remembering melodies and sounds), naturalist (caring
for animals and plants), interpersonal (being on a team, sharing), and
intrapersonal (independently studying, being isolated at times). Most
children learn easily with one or a combination of these ways.