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Early Stimulation
0 months - 18 months

Someone goes with me to school.
(Mom, Dad or Grandmother)

Where the Future Begins


Infant stimulation can help improve attention span, memory, curiosity and nervous system development. In addition, stimulating your infant's senses will enable them to reach milestones faster, as well as aid in the progression of motor skills.

Baby Massage

The first sense developed in the womb is the sense of touch. All babies respond positively to being held, stroked, and cuddled by their parents. Baby massage has shown a multitude of benefits for both babies and parents such as:
֎Close contact encourages strong bonds between parents and child.
֎Touch stimulates all senses, speeding myelination of the brain and nervous system as well as brain activity; to increased attentiveness, stimulating intelligence, and language development.
֎Increases the body's production of beneficial hormones, as well as reduces the production of cortisol - the body's stress hormone.
֎Eases colic and gas; reduces the pain associated with constipation and teething.
֎Enhances neurological development and muscle tone.



Immediate surroundings will have the greatest impact on your infant’s growth

Each and everything your child is exposed to will capture his attention and will be fully explored with their eyes, ears, mouth, nose and fingers.



Satisfying your child's curiosity will keep them wanting more

Once they experience something that they find pleasure in, your child will strive to learn more and more about it! You, as parents, can provide your infant with opportunities to experience different stimuli to further pique their curiosity and make them want to learn more.



Play

Facilitates your child's cognitive development; it is the perfect opportunity for you to bond with your child. Your baby develops both motor and communication skills through play. Even if your infant is too young to speak, he/she will learn to express how they feel through facial expressions, gestures and sounds. Identifying these expressions verbally by using simple words such as 'happy,' 'sad' and 'excited,' will enable your child to associate the words with their feelings.



Multisensory stimulation

Illustrates the meaning of words through multiple sensory channels - visual, auditory and kinesthetic (including doing, touching, smelling and tasting).



Recommendations and classroom rules

֎ Bring comfortable clothes and a blanket.
֎ Change baby's diaper before starting the class.
֎ No cell phones in the classroom.
֎ If your child is too sleepy or tired do not bring him/her to class.
֎ Practice at home what you have learned.
֎ If you register for the early stimulation class, you are guaranteed a spot in our little seeds program.

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After School Program
4 years - 8 years
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Fine Arts for growth in human consciousness


We seek to inspire talents, and believe in the power of art to ignite growth in human consciousness. We will guide our students to empower their lives through the arts. “Every artist was first an amateur”-Ralph Waldo Emerson

Theater

The performing arts curriculum will enable students to develop their social and ensemble abilities through the practice of stage presence. The class includes vocal and body exercises, theater games, monologues and duets. Students will be working as a team, developing characters, and learning the different roles of a theatre production.
Curriculum: Augusto Boal - Theatre for actors and non/actors
Class Size: 10 students ages 4-5 years old
Class Size: 10 students ages 6-8 years old



Dance/Ballet

Ballet is an art form created by the movement of the human body. It is theatrical – performed on a stage to an audience utilizing costumes, scenic design and lighting. It tells a story, expresses a thought, concept or emotion. Ballet is magical, exciting, provoking or disturbing. Students will practice correct body posture, point techniques, basic positions 1-5, and dance rhythms’. By the end of the semester, students will be able to perform basic dance routines individually and ensemble as well as identify dance practices.
Curriculum: Fundamentals Positions for Ballet
Class Size: 10 students ages 4-5 years old
Class Size: 10 students ages 6-8 years old



Art

Art is a diverse range of human expression which illustrates the author’s imaginative conceptual idea, technical skill, and is intended to be appreciated for their beauty or emotional power. Students will learn to identify different colors and mixtures of paints as well as the color wheel. By the end of the semester students will be able to draw common art techniques and paint portraits on their own.
Class Size: 8 students ages 4-5 years old
Class Size: 8 students ages 6-8 years old



Play

Facilitates your child's cognitive development; it is the perfect opportunity for you to bond with your child. Your baby develops both motor and communication skills through play. Even if your infant is too young to speak, he/she will learn to express how they feel through facial expressions, gestures and sounds. Identifying these expressions verbally by using simple words such as 'happy,' 'sad' and 'excited,' will enable your child to associate the words with their feelings.



Piano

A piano is a musical instrument classified as a percussion that is played by pressing keys. Each key is a lever that makes a hammer inside the piano hit a string producing a sound. Students will learn hand techniques, notes, piano key tones, composition and basic music theory. By the end of the semester students will be able to identify piano scales and tones, as well as sight read and basic composition.
Curriculum: Piano Book 1, 2, 3 by Andrew Scott and Gary Turner
Class-size: 5 students 6-8 years old



Singing/Choir

Vocalist or Singers perform music that can be sung with or without accompaniment by musical instruments. Singing is often done in an ensemble of musicians, such as a choir of singers or a band. Students will learn breathing techniques, correct singing posture, vocal cord functions, and fundamentals of stage presence as well as basic music theory. By the end of the semester, students will be able to perform and interpret songs on stage.
Curriculum: Singing Methods for beginners by Peter Gelling
Class-size:
5 Students 4-5 years old
Class-size: 8 students 6-8 years old



The Ukulele/Guitar

The ukulele originated in the 19th century as a Hawaiian adaptation of the Portuguese machete, a small guitar-like instrument, which was introduced to Hawaii by Portuguese immigrant. Ukuleles commonly come in four sizes: soprano, concert, tenor, and baritone. Students will learn finger and hand techniques, instrument parts, Ukulele/Guitar chords, tones and scales, as well as basic music theory. By the end of the semester, students will be able to read basic music and play at least 3 songs.
Curriculum: Ukulele Book 1 by Peter Gelling
Class-size: 5 Students 6-8 years old
Classes are one hour long.
Class will start with a minimum of 4 students.
In collaboration with Creative Arts Studio



Yogi Minds

I am the master of my thoughts
Through Yoga exercises and conscious meditation we look to regulate our breathing with the objective to reach mindfulness Being more conscious of their being, a student boosts their self esteem, self confidence, self trust, bettering their provision and integration to the social environment, academics and relatives around them.
“The mind is everything. What you think you become.” –Gautama Buddha
Curriculum: Keyla Prana
Class Size: 8 students ages 1-3 years old (with parent)
Class Size: 10 students ages 4-8 years old
In collaboration with Yogi Minds for Kids



Spanish

Learning a second language opens up a world of future opportunity. According to “Instituto Cervantes” 21 countries speak Spanish as a native language, making it the second most spoken language in the world behind Chinese. There is no better age and way to learn a language than the age and natural way that we all learned our own language. The older we get, the harder it becomes. Language Learning Steps:
* Understand the meaning of words, without the need to translate from one language to the other.
* Confront the student pronunciation with the teacher correct pronunciation, until it is perfected.
* Learn to speak trough short but complete sentences. By doing this the student will automatically incorporate the correct grammar structure of the new language.
* Read then write the new language.
* All through fun, play and music.
Class Size: 8 students 4-5 years old
Class Size: 10 students 6-8 years old



Soccer

Soccer is a great sport for children to develop motor and social skills. Our weekly practices consist of a 15 minute warm up followed by an activity or drill that will cover a skill set such as dribbling, touching, shooting, and eye-foot coordination. Players will learn to work as team through friendly competition. You have the option to join our competitive co-ed team, or just come have fun with us at the practices. Our Framboyant Fire team will play at least one tournament per season.
Class Size: 8 Students 4-5 years old
Class Size: 10 students 6-7 years old
“One test of the correctness of educational procedure is the happiness of the child” -Maria Montessori



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Preparatory Class *New*
Ages: 18 mos. (walking) – 2 ½ yrs.

Someone goes with me to school.
(Mom, Dad or Grandparents)

About Our Creative Program

Activities & Events

Parent’s orientation
Socialization
Art and graphic activity
Neuromotor development activities
Playground
Circle time with songs, movement and learning experience

Languages

Class given in Spanish & Bilingual

Schedule

Tuesday & Thursdays 5:00pm – 6:30pm
Monday & Wednesdays 2:00pm - 3:30pm

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Where The Future Begins

Preparatory Class

Psycho-motor Education Class

All children have an inborn desire to learn, to do, and to know how to do. You as parents have the opportunity to stimulate this natural curiosity during the early first years.

The purpose of this program is to nurture the child’s capacity to learn, to discover, to react to stimuli, to experience, and to satisfy the child’s need to learn.

Objectives:

  • Prepare the child for the school environment.
  • Tips for parents on how to handle the wide range of experiences that follow when kids arrive in our families.
  • Provide the opportunity for structured play.
  • Provide learning experience with mom or person attending with child.
  • Stimulate the child’s neuromotor system.
  • Facilitate materials for the cognitive development.
  • Provide activities that promote language development.
  • Promote social development by facilitating the interrelation with other children and adults.

Fundamentals:

  • The songs and rhythms stimulate language. Coordination and memory.
  • The didactic material promotes precision, concentration, reflexes and balance.
  • Neuromotor activity promotes motor gross skills development.
  • Mom’s guidance throughout all the activities, give the child security and confidence.

Daily Routine:

  • Songs and Rhythms.
  • Parent’s orientation.
  • Art Graphic activities, Didactic material.
  • Neuromotor activities.
  • Playground time.

Recommendations:

  • Comfortable clothes for mom and child. Please NO high Heels in the playground.
  • Punctuality is a must, to make it easier for your child to integrate to the class.
  • Make sure you change your child’s dipper before the class to comfort him/her.

Classroom Rules:

  • Walk inside the classroom.
  • Silence your phones.
  • Let your child work independently (provide help when needed).

The steps to work with didactic material are:

  • Put a mat on table or floor/table
  • Let your child choose a material to work
  • Take the material to the table/floor in an order and in silence.
  • Pull the chair out to sit down and work (If the child works at a table)
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Little Seeds Group
18 mos - 2 1/2 years.

About the Program

Socialization

Songs, Art and graphic activities
Neuromotor Development Activities

Languages

Class given in Spanish & English

Schedule

8:00am - 11:30am


Extended Hours Available
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Green Program
2 Years - 3 Years

About the Program

Socialization

Songs, Art and graphic activities
Neuromotor Development Activities

Languages

Class given in Spanish & English

Schedule

Morning Program: 8:30am - 11:30am
Full Day: 8:30am - 2:45pm


Extended Hours Available


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Yellow Program
3 Years - 4 Years

About the Program

Socialization

Songs, Art and graphic activities
Neuromotor Development Activities

Languages

Class given in Spanish & English

Schedule

Full Day Program: 8:30am - 2:45pm
Extended Hours Available


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Summer Camp
10 Months - 5 Years

About the Program

Socialization

Songs, Art and graphic activities
Neuromotor Development Activities

Languages

Class given in Spanish & English

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Orange Program
4 Years - 5 Years

About the Program

Socialization

Songs, Art and graphic activities
Neuromotor Development Activities

Languages

Class given in Spanish & English

Schedule

Full Day Program: 8:30am - 2:45pm


Extended Hours Available


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Blue Pre-K Program
3 Years Old to 5 Years Old

About the Program

Socialization

Songs, Art and graphic activities
Neuromotor Development Activities

Languages

Class given in Spanish & English

Schedule

Monday to Friday

Program From: 11:30am - 2:45pm


Extended Hours Available