Play acts as an important catalyst in early childhood development, stimulating neural connections, which then leads to the development of gross motor skills and fine motor skills. Play also helps children with language development, socialization, creativity, critical thinking, expressing emotions, and solving problems. Tinkergarten offers a play-based curriculum focusing on the needs of young children thought a combination of parental nurturing engagement and exploration of the world through senses. Separately, Tinkergarten has developed an innovative distributed workforce model, where leaders turn entrepreneurs for open-ended play learning, creating a powerful connection between the leaders and the program,
Tinkergarten is a new way of learning, and for some of us, it's even a way of life. Every day our movement grows, we help more children and their families learn through play, connect to the outdoors, and develop a lifelong set of skills, curiosity, desire to learn new things. So kids are born ready to learn, ready to discover, ready to use all of their senses, and all of their tools to make sense of the world, and build essential skills for life.