Director’s Blog

Process Art in the Making

In a world inundated with products and pre-fabricated items, it’s nice to take a step back to a simpler approach Gone are the days where teachers spent hours cutting and prepping the most perfect pre-cut school buses.  Children learn best by utilizing their senses. . Children need the opportunity to explore on their own; using their […]

Books, Books and More!

One of the new programs we have implemented this year is in partnership with the Warren Township Library.  Each month our Blue Fish & Red Apple classes get a visit from one of the wonderful librarians from the Children’s Depart at the Warren Township Library.   During these visits, the librarians bring developmentally appropriate and seasonally […]

Fine Motor Skills

Fine motor skills require the coordination of small muscles in the fingers and hands. Having strong fine motor muscles help build the skills needed to do tasks such as writing, cutting, eating with a utensil, putting together puzzles, zipping and buttoning, tying shoes along with many other tasks. Without strong fine motor development, children can […]