Dynamic Early Education is a faith-based enrichment preschool program for students 2.5 – 5 years of age.
Dynamic Early Education Enrichment Programs are 45-minutes of advanced academic instructions created to encourage children to develop new interest, build new skills and enhance their passion for creativity outside of the normal classroom.
Children who are exposed to the arts improve cognitive
skills and learn to think creatively. They can observe and
describe, analyze and interpret, and express feelings with or
without words. Through the art making process children
practice problem-solving skills. The Arts introduce children
to cultures from around the world and show them how to
collaborate with other children and with adults.
Musical exposure for children is thought to improve
nervous system function by focusing attention on
meaningful acoustic cues and improvements in auditory
processing cascading to language skills. Participation in
music provides a solid musical foundation, setting the stage
for cognitive development, increased confidence, and
creativity in children.
Through dance children explore movement
through music, develop physical skills, channel
energy, stimulate imagination and creativity.
Dance enhances cognitive learning skills such as
memory and communication. Through the
execution of movement patterns a child’s visual
perception and sequential learning skills are greatly
strengthened, in turn assisting young brains to
develop in the areas of reading and math.