Children are surrounded by technology at home, within their community and in early childhood education. The National Association for the Education of Young Children(NAEYC) is an organization that sets standards of excellence in programs for children from birth through age eight. Their research shows that computers have important benefits for young children, including language and literacy development, social development and the development of problem-solving skills. The “Learning Lab” will introduce educational skills and provide new experiences in creativity, storytelling and music through computers and various learning tablets. These experiences help develop fine motor skills and teach the concept of cause and effect. In addition, the program prepares children for future computer use, increases self esteem and confidence, and improves long term memory. Discover the learning lab and enhance your child’s overall early childhood learning experience.