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Apprentissage de la petite enfance

Jouer. Apprendre. Grandir. Ensemble!

Les premières années, soit de 0 à 6 ans, sont cruciales pour le développement du cerveau de votre enfant. Les petites choses que vous faites pour l’aider à apprendre lui permettent de développer des habiletés dont il se servira toute sa vie. En savoir plus

Ensemble, nous apprenons

Votre enfant est naturellement porté à apprendre et à explorer. Si nous intervenons chaque jour, cela fait une grosse différence dans le futur développement d’un enfant, en l’aidant à acquérir des compétences et à devenir autonome au cours des années à venir. Regardez les vidéos.

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