Studies have shown time and time again that the more senses we engage when learning, the more we retain what we learn. When children sit and are “told” information, they’re only engaging one of their senses. They are put at a disadvantage and can not be expected to retain what they are taught, nor can they be expected to enjoy learning. Our aim is to engage as many of the senses as possible. By building a hands on classical education where the child is using his or her hands, eyes, ears, and sometimes noses and tastebuds to learn about the world around them and what went on before, they will not only remember, but learn to love to learn. When a child loves to learn, the intrigue of the finding the missing number in a math problem isn’t just “math” but is now a puzzle to be solved. Diagramming sentences is a form of art on a page instead of hum drum English. And science.......well, science is the ultimate form of play!