Our strong arts and music programs are indicative of our sanatary point of view. We offer the opportunities that every child can reveal as he wishes. Without limiting their creativity, we do not lack the art of art, which we see as one of the most basic means of expressing the child’s self, without interfering with the painting or music that they do. The pictures we made by our children are not straight lines, but the inner blacks and paintings. The skills of using scissors depend on their age and the development of small motor muscles. For this reason, none of the papers are flat, because they cut themselves, not the teachers themselves. Our children develop a different point of view to the events through art, and they renew themselves when they are doing the pictures of the events they live in. Their self-confidence improves with the theater plays they put on the stage. They find the opportunity to see in the game rehearsal that making mistakes is a tutorial. Problem-solving skills are also evolving with the art of ending the work that started. In short, art is at the core of our daily program as a means of growing and developing our children from day to day.
The “play”, which is as good a teacher as the garden and nature, is one of the basic education and entertainment concepts of our schools. Because the game, the child’s learning area, the laboratory is all over the phrase. The experiments you have made there make him a living, organize social relations and reinforce what they learn. The child, who touches everything, learns by trying concepts such as hard-soft, cold-warm, dry-wet, pointed-round, rough-flat. It measures how long the shortness of the steps and the length of the steps affect how the walk back and forth looks like a waste of time for an adult. He improves his ability to focus when he watches the snowdrift on the edge of a tree without breaking his eyes. Our playgrounds, which we have prepared in some regions of our Bahçiziz, make our children enjoy the pleasure of making music while they are having fun. Professor Peter Gray says, “Freedom to Learn: Why Freeing the Playing Instinct Will Make Our Children Happier, More Sense, and Better for Life?” Says: “Free play is a way of teaching nature that children are not desperate. As long as they are distant from the adults, the children learn to make their own decisions, to solve their problems, to create rules and to endure them by not being obedient or ordering them rebelliously.