EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION CENTERS

Our philosophy for educational projects is to collaborate closely with the Owner’s project team in order to provide a design that satisfies program needs, reflects the institution’s goals and mission, and educates the students. We believe that our exhibits help foster the creative and intellectual growth of children through dramatic and memorable spaces, immersive intuitive experiences, and participatory learning opportunities. Experiences that encourage individuals, as well as group participation enhances communication, precipitates self-discovery, and maximizes learning.


ECOLAND

Kilgore, Texas

ECOLAND is a hands-on multi-sensory learning center designed and built by Exhibit Concepts, where children age three to eight learn about the earth and its properties through investigation methods. Nine galleries and a theater create an experience that engages all senses and utilizes hands-on methods of teaching foundational elements behind complex concepts. In addition to educating, inspiring and empowering children to protect the earth's environment, the ECOLAND exhibits also better prepare children for the higher level critical thinking skills needed in the classroom.

Designer: Exhibit Concepts


Early Scholars Academy

Corpus Christi, Texas

The Early Scholars Academy is an interactive learning center designed to improve the school readiness of young children. The focus of the center is to encourage preschool children to begin developing an interest in the areas of space, animal and plant life, nutrition, climates and the environment. Exhibit Concepts was selected to design and build interactive exhibits for ten learning areas and an introduction theater. Each area incorporates exhibit structures, bilingual graphics and hands-on learning activities.

Designer: Exhibit Concepts


IntelliZeum

Region 19 Education Service Center
El Paso, Texas

The IntelliZeum is the first Head Start interactive learning center in the United States. The focus of the learning center is to encourage preschool children to begin developing an interest in the areas of space, architecture, engineering, communications, human health, weather and the environment. Exhibit Concepts was selected to design and build interactive exhibits for seven learning areas. Each area incorporates exhibit structures, bilingual graphics and hands-on learning activities.

Designer: Exhibit Concepts


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