When your child starts school, you have big dreams for them. You want them to be happy, confident, and successful.
But did you know that play is the most important part of a child's early development. Playing helps young children's brains to develop and for their language and communication skills to mature.
Here at Meadowbrook Playschool we offer educational experiences to help any parent teach their child necessary skills, and educators to bring life back into their classroom. Our toys teach young children about problem-solving, communication, and help to develop their motor skills.
I’m Brittany Wachsmann, Owner of Meadowbrook Playschool. For years, I was a prekindergarten teacher who loved to build confidence and foster excitement and enthusiasm around learning. However, I noticed a trend in older grades toward a more teacher-led, rather than student-led educational model. There was a massive gap from prekindergarten to kindergarten and up, where the aspect of play seemed to vanish, due to state funding and testing requirements.
Eventually, I left the physical classroom and started Meadowbrook Playschool. At Meadowbrook Playschool, I, along with our Educational Specialists, are bridging the gap between play and public school education — giving your child the skills they need through play.
-Brittany, Owner of Meadowbrook Playschool