A dream come true
“My experience as the mother of two beautiful boys prompted me to do research on early childhood education and its impact on child development. I brought together an interdisciplinary team of experts in education, and together we developed an innovative educational model called Bright Modules, with the objective of opening mental modules and optimizing children’s minds.
That is how Coloring Dreamsstrong>, our early childhood education center, came to be. It is a place filled with color and love, a place designed with children in mind, where they learn, discover their abilities and, above all, are happy.”
Luciana de la Fuente de Diez Canseco
Founding president of Coloring Dreams Preschool
We seek children’s optimal physical, intellectual, emotional and social development, through comprehensive, personalized attention centered on building the competencies necessary for them to gain independence and acquire learning skills in an inclusive environment, with respect for socio-cultural and individual differences.
Coloring Dreams seeks to establish itself as a leading organization in research and early childhood education, committed to education and comprehensive development during early childhood(palabras repitidas), with an inclusive and innovative approach that ensures the development of competencies in children from the prenatal stage through age 5.
Coloring Dreams is an initiative by our founding president, Luciana de la Fuente de Diez Canseco, who created this innovative concept of early childhood education based on the need to create new spaces to foster child development based on important scientific findings of the last 15 years.
Coloring Dreams belongs to the San Ignacio de Loyola Education Corporation, a global organization with over 47 years of experience in the education sector. It is made up of San Ignacio de Recalde School; the Institute of Entrepreneurs; Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola and its Graduate School in Lima, Peru; San Ignacio de Loyola School in Asuncion, Paraguay; San Ignacio College in Miami, Florida, U.S.A.; and the Peruvian Center for Latin American Studies Beijing, China.