Teach Preschool Children’s Studio
The Teach Preschool Children’s Studio is a small, private preschool owned and operated by Deborah J. Stewart, M. Ed.
The Indoor Classroom With its large windows and simple design, the indoor classroom is where the children explore core concepts in the areas of art, math, music, language, and literacy…
The Outdoor Classroom The outdoor classroom provides a terrific view of the surrounding woods and a wonderful environment for the discovery and exploration of our natural environment. The children explore core concepts in the areas of science and nature through sensory play and exploration.
Deborah uses the studio to teach young children, observe their learning, and then draw upon these experiences to write about the latest trends, activities, philosophies, and teaching practices she applies in her own early childhood educational practices.
At the Studio, your child will receive a quality, fun, hands-on, child-centered, educational and creative preschool experience. Your child will become a part of a rich learning community.
Play is an important aspect of early learning and at the studio, intentional play is integrated throughout the learning experience. Intentional play allows your child to build his/her confidence and develop each of the core developmental skills necessary for future academic success.
The Teach Preschool Children’s Studio environment is set up to explore the great outdoors as well as enjoy the traditional indoor classroom hands-on experiences. Your child will rotate to both an indoor and outdoor environment each day and receive quality, age appropriate instruction and guidance as he or she explores each learning area.
Growth and development takes place through these uniquely designed learning areas including a circletime area for large group games, stories, and discussion – as well as reading, writing, creative art, math, science, dramatic play, sensory play, water play, cooking, nature and discovery.
There are a limited number of openings as classes are purposely kept small enough to provide each child with the attention he or she needs yet large enough to establish friendships and build skills of cooperation, collaboration, and other essential areas of social development.