by Sarah M., Teaching Assistant, Lunch Bunch Teacher and Chapel Leader
Everyone loves to see cute little kids dressed up in costumes playing pretend games. At The School of Grace, we do too, but we also realize that dress-up and pretend play forms an integral part of your child’s development. In a safe, caring, nurturing environment like The School of Grace, children are free to explore, question, and rediscover their world. By stepping outside of themselves -and becoming a dragon, princess, or cowboy- they strengthen their imaginations, dream of new possibilities, and find a new voice within themselves. We as teachers are blessed and humbled to help the children in our classes learn through dress-up and pretend play, and to help them find their wings even after the costumes are off.