Cognitive, fine/gross motor, adaptive/sensory, and social skills development are the key to your child’s happiness, confidence, and success in school.

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Why many parents love

our Early Age Developmental Program

Our daughter is 2 years old and I signed her up for the Little Explorer program. We absolutely loved it. I felt comfortable dropping her off and leaving her there for 2 hours. The curriculum for the program is great, keeps the children busy and learning. Elena and the other teachers are also fantastic with the kids. Would highly recommend!

Elina Saperstein

I'm so amazed at how much my daughter absorbs at her 2hr class! Today they learned about Spring! She kept on singing "The little seed song" from the last class all day.

Lydia Kim

Toddler and Pre-K classes

Level 1

Ages 1,5 - 3 years old

Designed for toddlers, the Little Explorer Level 1 class supports and stimulates your child's early development. This is a Montessori-based program which incorporates Occupational Therapy techniques to encourage your child's development and growth in a fun and engaging learning environment. Our goal is to expand and develop your child's cognitive, social, emotional, communication, fine motor, gross motor, adaptive and sensory skills.


Level 2

2-hour Drop-off
Ages 2,5 - 4 | Pre-k, Kindergarten prep

Our Little Explorer Level 2 class helps children develop the skills they need for success in preschool. We use a variety of activities, methods, techniques, and Montessori materials as we stimulate and encourage your child's academic and personal development and growth. In this class we focus on math, early literacy, and science introducing shapes, letters, and sounds recognition, counting, and other essential skills that prepare our young students for preschool. Our unique curriculum invites children to explore, create and play as they develop reasoning skills, expand their memory and attention spans, practice language and understand how to communicate with peers and adults.