At The Rainbow Experience, we believe that children learn best by doing. Learning requires active thinking and experimenting to find out how things work and to learn firsthand about the world we live in. This learning takes time and needs to be reinforced by repetition. We also believe that children learn best when they feel good about themselves. Self-acceptance and self-confidence encourage children to improve their skills, to try more challenging tasks, and to become more self-reliant.

Our goals are to help children become independent, self-confident, inquisitive, and enthusiastic learners. They are provided many firsthand experiences to learn about the world around them and to explore using their five senses. Play provides the foundation for self-expression, working out feelings, learning how to work out relationships, learning about roles, and cognitive learning.

Children are allowed to develop at their own pace, in ways that are best for them. We strive to help them develop good habits, attitudes, and self-esteem, which will make a difference throughout their lives. By working on these goals together, we can help prepare children for their future in the elementary school program.