In the formative years, each day is an adventure. Fundamental Beginnings provides a curriculum that creates the foundation and provides many choices to all children to explore, play and learn in a stimulating educational environment.
Providing new sights, sounds, activities and opportunities for your child to explore their environment is vital to cognitive development.
The earliest years are all about relationships. Infants and toddlers crave and develop attachments to the special people in their lives.
When children work in small groups, they learn important lessons about cooperation, compromise and they are more likely to remain engaged throughout the duration of the activities.
Children are more engaged and focused when working on hands-on projects.
Children who acquire a substantial vocabulary are often able to think more deeply, express themselves better, and demonstrate an advanced level of thinking. They are also very likely to be successful in learning to read at or above grade level throughout their school years.
Foster the development of ethical and responsible behaviors by instilling the values of caring about other people, honesty, responsibility, and other important traits that make for an upstanding citizen.
Stimulating social and emotional skills in the early stages of development is likely to result in significant academic achievements. Studies have shown that the incidences of problem behaviors decreases, and the quality of the relationships surrounding each child improves. Children will develop to become the productive, responsible, contributing members of society.
Books have the power to benefit toddlers and preschoolers in innumerable of ways. Reading to children is one of the most important aspects that mold the foundation for academic excellence.