TINY TOWN can be more than just fun. We use to play an active learning to open young minds, develop important skills, and foster a life-long love of learning.
We strive to provide the perfect physical environment for exposing children to experiences that enhance their developing minds and bodies. Our classes, as well as our indoor playspace, are designed to help our little ones learn by employing play as a gateway to discovery and initiative. Here are the kinds of skills our programs are created to enhance:
Our Play area is designed to entertain kids the moment you leave them in our able hands. We provide them with fun and playful educational opportunities through our structured daily activities. Our facility offers a safe, clean and a child-friendly environment.
We understand the need of every child to have a family-friendly environment, hence, our Staff are very well-versed and properly trained in making the children feel at home and secure while they spend their time away from their Parents.
Listening, talking, storytelling and scribbling. All of these skills are learned in practically every class at TINY TOWN, beginning with listening. Run…Freeze…Jump… March. Listening to these cues from the practitioner and learning how to follow instructions will help build the foundation for learning.
OBSERVATION AND EXPLORATION
There are lots to explore at Tiny town . Visual thinking means being aware of your physical space and environment. Solving puzzles, following maps, and building a LEGO tower are all examples of this.
Social and Emotional Skills
Working together as a team, sharing, taking turns and learning to get along with others are important life skills fostered through interaction with classmates.
Creativity and Imagination
Exploring the unknown, following your curiosity and pretend play are all healthy ways kids express themselves. In class, we pretend a parachute is a big camp tent or a hula-hoop is a spaceship. This comes naturally to our instructors who enjoy becoming a kid again if for just an hour or two a day.
Gross and Fine Motor Skills Development
Large muscle movements are called gross motor skills and are included in activities such as catching or throwing a ball, running in a game of tag or climbing up a ladder. Fine motor skills refer to small movements, such as those needed to pick up a piece of cereal in a pincer grasp between thumb and index finger. Kids can practice fine motor skills with games like puzzles or sorting toys. At an appropriate age, these and other skill building activities are incorporated into every class at NEST.
Musical skills include tapping out rhythms, singing songs, playing instruments, and listening to music and other sounds we make in our music and early enrichment classes.
Gymnastics, basketball, soccer, baseball, hockey, even lacrosse are introduced to our kids in classes that begin at age 2. We cant promise your little one will earn a college scholarship on the merits of his soccer skills, but he will be on his way to learning the skills and sportsmanship of competitive sport.