At Magic Memories we focus on children's interests, their developmental levels, their personalities or temperaments and their individual needs to provide important information about the experiences that should be covered, for both a class/group and individually. This understanding of each child becomes the backbone of our curriculum and defines the types of activities and experiences that are presented through intentional classroom planning. Child-centered learning is focused on the child's needs, abilities, interests, and learning styles with the teacher as a facilitator of learning. This creates a concept of the child having their own role in the learning process. Our center gathers information from parents and also from observing children to help drive lesson planning and the curriculum. We use information from families, the children's observations and other experiences to develop individualized goals for children that include experiences and activities that are challenging, yet achievable. All this combined lays a strong foundation for your child to achieve their highest level of cognitive, physical, social and emotional development.