Just Let Them Play

No matter your age, play is in important part of human development. Play that is self-directed, uninterrupted and especially play with peer mentors, leads directly to mature development of social and emotional skills. Many questions arise when play as learning is discussed.

Size Doesn’t matter

We Take Play Seriously

“Can young children play and learn at the same time?”
“Can I still reach curriculum goals through this type of play?”
“Will my child be prepared for formal learning with a play-based early education?”
The ANSWER to all of these questions is “YES!”
Trainings are sensitive to these concerns and equip attendees in explaining the value in play-based learning.tellus.