(Ages 3-4 years)
Bright classrooms and large playgrounds create the backdrop for a learning environment where preschoolers engage in age-appropriate activities related to a monthly theme.
Learning Centers for math, science, imaginary play, music, creative art and computers provide both shared and independent learning opportunities. Our teachers fill these centers with theme-related materials to engage children at each stage of their development.
Preschoolers are introduced to cognitive skills like sequencing and matching, social skills in similarities and diversity and language art skills such as storytelling and process writing. Learning Centers encourage self-reliance and provide opportunities for children to develop their self-confidence. Children also practice their decision making as they navigate from center to center.
Children are encouraged to progress at their own pace according to their individual needs and abilities. Visits from local museums and libraries, community helpers, doctors and theatrical productions are incorporated into the classroom to provide a real-world learning experience.
Computers are an everyday component of the preschool classroom and allow children to practice their new skills. Enrichment programs, such as fitness, art history and manners, are incorporated into each preschooler's daily schedule.