Eyes On The Future believes that children learn through play. We encourage them to discover, explore, and experiment with toys, books, animals, plant life, adults, other children, and environment. The role of the teachers in the center is to establish a relationship with the child and assist development by choosing materials to bring into the classroom, organizing the classroom, the schedule, and interacting with the children. We believe that all children move at their own pace through development stages in which the earlier stages provide strong foundation upon which the later stages will build.
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