Grade school marks a thoroughfare between the early childhood experience of exploratory play and the more advanced academics and service of middle school years. Scholastic, social, and emotional learning breaks ground in these early grades. Artistic activities permeate every facet of their learning, feeding their imaginations as they experience the deep tapestries of history through stories and fables.
Their gradual emergence into academics is often born out of movement-based learning, such as rhythmic activities for math and coordination development.
Grade school students grapple with themes that are developmentally-appropriate, intellectually challenging, and creatively stimulating.