Programs Offered


LEGO® and K’nex® learning at its best!

Playin’ On Purpose! uses specially designed LEGO® and K’nex Education kits and tools not found in stores to introduce children to the fundamentals of physics and mathematics while encouraging social interaction through team “buddy building”. Children learn about levers, gears, wheels, axels, pulleys — all the components of basic machines and mechanisms (motorized and non-motorized) while exploring energy, buoyancy, and balance. We design and construct, we observe and predict, we test and problem solve, all while having fun!

In Brainy Builders, kids can explore their natural talents. Brainy Builders kids learn by building! LEGO Education calls this “constructionism”. Favorite topics such as machines, land air and sea travel, outer space provide the platform for creative building and problem solving activities. In every Brainy Builders class the kids are working with lego education systems that include simple and powered machines! Because LEGO and K'Nex Education tools allow children open-ended problem solving children get curious and with the help of our Brainy teachers children can find answers to their questions. We help them understand concepts in balance, stability, buoyancy, energy and motion; just to name a few!


"Thank you so much for this class! My son just loves you and the class. Wednesdays were always great days because of Brainy Builders!!!!"

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Baby Steps is a well rounded movement program that focuses on helping babies and toddlers discover how to reach their maximum potential in a loving and nurturing environment. All development is built according to the physical foundation established in the child's first few years. The program understands the correlation between a child's first motor responses and academic responses of perception and conceptual data later in life, which has been proven through research. The curriculum allows for children to work with a facilitator one on one at first, then with other friends as they grow. The program incorporates movement, sensory, visual and auditory stimulation. The lessons are broken down by intervals of three-months. This allows for realistic goals that are backed by science and research. Nothing is more thrilling than the smile on a child's face when they successfully complete a new 'movement task'! The focus of the program is MOVEMENT- It is the feeder program to Playball!!


"Once again I thank you all for a fantastic program. Playball is the highlight of the week and we love Coach Janet, Coach Dave & Sporty, of course!"

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Competence Builds Confidence!

In Playball, each child’s developmental, cognitive, emotional and physical capabilities are taken into consideration. Because children are such visual learners, each program has creative imagery components making each lesson memorable, exciting and positive. Children love Playball because they are set up to succeed and feel good about themselves! Ask any child who does Playball, “What are our three favorite words?” 100% of the time, that child will yell, “I DID IT!”

Playball Objectives

Two-Year-Old Or "2 Can Do" Objectives

The2program is age specific and suited to this particular development stage. In this program we lay down the basic foundation of movement in order to enable the child to accomplish more challenging sport related skills in later years. The focus of the two's is the child being exposed to a formal environment and to a variety of movement skills.

Three-Year-Old Or "Watch Me At Three" Objectives

This program covers the following basic areas and provides a sound foundation for the next age group.

  1. Introduction to basic ball skills.
  2. Development of student's enjoyment for sport.
  3. Confidence to participate in sporting activities.
  4. Social integration with other students.
  5. Development of concentration.
The emphasis is on having fun and playing games with a ball so that the child's first introduction to sport is a happy and positive one.

Four-Year-Old or "Dinkies" Objectives

This program covers the sections listed below and provides students with a solid grounding and a basic competence in ball skills. The children are exposed to a wide variety of different skills in each lesson. It is in this stage that they have the opportunity to practice the skills more rigorously developing competence.

  1. Development of a wide variety of ball skills.
  2. Emphasis on individual participation.
  3. Overcoming the fears that dis-encourage sports participation.
  4. Introduction to organized ball skill activities.

Five-Year-Old Or "Preps" Objectives

It is in this program that the children are actually involved in playing the sports. Successful completion of this program provides students with the skills necessary to play the game, as well as knowledge of the basic rules related to each sport.

  1. Introduction to sports.
  2. Introduction to basic rules of the sports taught.
  3. Further development of skills related to the sports taught.
  4. Development of more complex teamwork.

Six-Year-Old and up Objectives

This program teaches the children the intricate skills needed to play the six popular sports. Matches are played and drills used to continue to develop and prepare students for a lifetime of confident and competent sports participation.

  1. Development of more advanced sports related skills.
  2. Further development of the fundamental rules.
  3. Learning how to play as a member of a team.
  4. Applying advanced skills to a match situation.
Seven-Year-Old and up

This program teaches the children the intricate skills needed to play the six popular sports. Matches are played and drills used to continue to develop and prepare students for a lifetime of confident and competent sports participation.

  1. Development of more advanced sports related skills.
  2. Further development of the fundamental rules.
  3. Learning how to play as a member of a team.
  4. Applying advanced skills to a match situation.


"All, just wanted to share a note of thanks !Looks like Matthew LOVES playball!! He comes home every week and teaches us something new (although I was not quite prepared for his accuracy on “step, point, throw” which I assume came from you all since that was new this weekend). He is so excited and talks about it almost daily. Love the patience and skill you all HAVE to have to be teaching so much to my energetic (sometimes questionably listening) tot. Just wanted to say thank you!"

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There’s no doubt you’ve heard or even experienced the benefits of Yoga. Yoga Club is a program designed for younger boys and girls, balancing actively moving exercises that stress quiet visuals and inner thoughts in kid friendly ways. Our interdisciplinary approach integrates the fundamentals of child development, traditional yoga ideals, creativity and fun. Playful yoga poses, breathing exercises and relaxation techniques are sprinkled with music, art, books, educational and sensory elements to create a unique learning experience! What we aim to teach is truly invisible. It’s not about the perfect pose. It’s about giving kids information and tools to help them cope in everyday life for the rest of their life. What we learn on the yoga mat is intended to be used off the yoga mat.



"Once again I thank you all for a fantastic program. Playball is the highlight of the week and we love Coach Janet, Coach Dave & Sporty, of course!"

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