REDS recognizes and values the importance of physical play in the young child’s life.

Children enter this world with an innate drive to learn and to be productive. Learning is best achieved by active engagement in experiences in the environment.

Maria Montessori

Young children involved in physical activityA weekly class in movement and physical education provides an environment that fosters gross motor development, directionality, sequencing and creativity. Daily playground play also provides numerous opportunities for social interaction, imaginative play and physical coordination and strength.Young girls playing with gymnastics equipment