Preschool

Toddler Program

2 – 3 years old class

During their Daily Circle Time, they discuss the calendar, introducing the days of the week. Their teacher reads them stories, which they discuss afterwards to build reading comprehension. They sing songs and do finger plays. They count numbers and review the alphabet. They also gain valuable oral skills by having an individual sharing time
each week.

They also includes art activities daily. These includes both crafts and free art based on their thematic unit. Art time gives them a creative outlet and helps to perfect their fine motor skills. They also have music and movement activities every day.

Some of the concepts that they work on include, but are not limited to the alphabet, shapes, colors, numbers, letter writing, simple words, predictions, math, manners, and science.

Most of their curriculum revolves around a thematic unit that changes with the seasons and holidays.

Pre-Kindergarten Program

4-5 years old class

Our Pre-Kindergarten includes four and five-year olds. Our teachers, Mrs. Joanne and Mrs. Amy include fun in an academically challenging classroom environment.

During their daily circle-time the children are introduced to the calendar and the days of the week. Their teacher reads them stories, which they discuss afterwards to build reading comprehension. They sing learning songs and use movement for kinaesthetic learners. They count and learn math through true one-to-one correspondence. They
review the alphabet and get deeper into phonics. They also gain valuable oral skills by having an individual sharing time each week.

Additional activities include crafts and art based on their thematic unit. Art time gives them a creative outlet and helps to perfect their fine motor skills. Music and movement activities will also be a part of their activities for enrichment, physical activity, and fun.

Some of the concepts that they work on include but are not limited to the alphabet, shapes, colors, numbers, letter writing, simple sight words, predictions, math, manners, and science.

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