Our Mission

January 15, 2016

 

Our mission at Little Bee Learning Studio is to support the emotional, social, intellectual, and spiritual well-being of children and their caregivers.

Our unique indoor play studio will act as a progressive learning environment for children and a gathering space for caregivers. The prepared environment will include developmentally appropriate toys, books, sensory materials, pretend play props, wooden blocks and much more. Our goal is to say 'goodbye' to the typical bright, primary-colored plastic mats and toys that over-stimulate and say 'hello' to a natural, soft, comfortable, and innovative play space.

 

Children absorb the world around them through their senses. Bright colors, loud sounds, and cluttered spaces distract children from being able to focus on a specific activity. Feeling comfortable and calm in an environment allows children to be confident, and confidence leads them to explore, socialize, and follow their own interests.

The ages of 0-3 are some of the most formative in a person's life. Our expertise will be your resource, and our thoughtfully designed space will support your child's development and foster early learning. Being a caregiver is not easy and we are here to help as best we can!

“Little Bee's interior design combines influences of Scandinavian design with the warmth and coziness of the rustic style. A soft, calming, neutral palette provides the perfect learning environment, filled with layers of materials that provide both visual patterns to stimulate little minds and physical textures to appeal to little hands, while strategic pops of bright colors are added to capture the attention of little eyes. The design elements are selected to ensure comfort and safety, with all elements catering to the inquisitive nature of little ones." -Grace and Chaos Interior Design

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