Researchers are confirming that children do their most important learning before the age of five. The quality and extent of the stimulus children receive in their first three years greatly affect how their minds develop: how they learn, behave, think, and cope emotionally. This means that the first three years of a child’s development is far more critical than any1 ever imagined. One World’s curriculum ensures that each day is filled with interesting things to see and do. The teachers will develop a program that provides a stimulating environment for reading, writing, talking, exercising, laughing and playing.