Lake Nona

Parents considering Lake Nona preschool programs now have an exciting new option. The Amazing Explorers Academy offers one of the newest and most successful and creative learning programs for stimulating young minds and sparking creative thinking.

The Reggio Emilia approach to early childhood education is an innovative, pedagogical learning system the stimulates creative thinking and helps children as young as toddlers learn to express their own unique thoughts and develop their own distinct personalities in a highly nurturing environment.

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Amazing Explorers Lake Nona
Address: 13635 Walcott Avenue, Orlando FL, 32827

Phone: (407) 278-4215

Age: 6 weeks – 12 yrs old

Open: 6:30 AM – 6:30 PM

STEAM Preschool

The Reggio Emilia approach is a pedagogical learning system that gives children more control over the direction of their learning. Rather than forcing children to study by rote memorization, this European style of learning encourages children to think for themselves through touching, moving, listening and observing. Not only does this new way of learning help children learn to express themselves more clearly and intelligently, but it also promotes socialization with other children as well as an exploration of the world around them.

Unlike other traditional education programs, in the learning programs utilized at The Amazing Explorers Academy children are put at the center of their own world. They are viewed as social beings who learn to easily and confidently interact with other children, family members, teachers, and other people in the community.

A New Way of Learning

The program has achieved remarkable success both in Europe and the US. Lake Nona preschool participants learn to value respect, responsibility, and community through self-driven exploration and discovery. It’s a highly innovative and unique way of learning that is both highly effective and a lot of fun.

Children learn to express their own ideas through symbolic languages such as art, science, and physical play. And it’s now available for parents of preschool-aged children in Lake Nona. To learn more, call or visit The Amazing Explorers Academy.

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