Thinker Garden Learning Center
10711 Millridge North Dr Houston, TX
Daycare & Child Care, Preschools, Center
Up to 13 yrs
6:30am - 6:30pm
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About Thinker Garden Learning Center
Thinker Garden Learning Center values what early education can do for the hearts and minds of children. Thinker Garden Learning Center hosts a child care program in a center-based facility, bringing the best of a stable, structured learning environment to the families and students of Houston. Centers like Thinker Garden Learning Center are popular choices amongst families looking for an early education providers with the space and resources to provide real enrichment, activities and socialization opportunities, all while not sacrificing the community and relationships that help students grow and thrive. In addition, a full-time early education and care schedule for children supports structured learning, cognitive development and social skills - and that’s what Houston parents can get at Thinker Garden Learning Center! Thinker Garden Learning Center provides a full-time program, which allows parents the time they need away to work and affords children the opportunities to learn, laugh, explore, play and get used to longer days. Children will enjoy a community with others their own ages and develop behavioral and social skills in Thinker Garden Learning Center’s learning environment. Thinker Garden Learning Center also proffers a Reggio Emilia curriculum that place emphasis on relationships, culture, and constructivist learning. Students and families can expect a Reggio Emilia school like Thinker Garden Learning Center to be very community-focused, both within and outside of the classroom, and teach the principles of respect and responsibility even at such an early age. The Reggio Emilia method also emphasizes discovery, exploration and play, often through the sensory experiences of touching, moving, and listening, and seeks to develop the whole student by activating students to have boundless ways of expressing themselves and taking some control over their own education.