Our play spaces provide the perfect place for families and little ones to play, learn, create and interact. Play activities inspire children’s imagination as well as support many early learning and literacy concepts.
A play kitchen with play food, pots, pans, and utensils allows children to pretend play while developing language and math skills; conflict resolution; imagination; and creativity.
Children who play with building blocks use imagination and creativity; and develop problem solving skills to test hypotheses and build scientific reasoning.
Children who play with puzzles build visual-perceptual skills; learn problem-solving skills; and develop hand-eye coordination.
Children who play with vehicles and animal toys have fun making noises for the toys, like truck noises, or animal noises. Learning different noises with various pitches, tones and volumes helps children develop the basics of language.
A market stand with play food, and a train rug with trains allow children to pretend play while developing language and math skills; conflict resolution; imagination; and creativity.
Please click a link to the left to see an individual branch’s Play Space, and also visit our Kindergarten Readiness page.