What do children learn in a typical day at our preschool? Our students are working on:
- pre-reading skills
- pre-writing skills
- social studies
- fine motor skills
- gross motor skills
- sensory development
- social skills
- group behavior skills
- self-help skills
We offer a play-based, child-centered preschool program. Our developmentally appropriate classes allow children the chance to play and learn together every day. We prepare children for Kindergarten and beyond, helping them learn both academic readiness skills and “group behavior” readiness skills, which are equally important for students to learn. Our flexible curriculum allows our highly qualified teachers the freedom to plan engaging lessons based on their years of experience and education in Early Childhood. We give students a joyful first school experience that encourages them to love learning, and to look forward to school each day.
Our teacher plans themes that correspond to seasons, holidays, things in our community, and the world around us. Themes may change weekly or may continue for more than one week. Some sample themes for each month are:
September – All About Me, Friends
October – Apples, Halloween
November – Shapes, Turkeys
December – Snowmen, Winter Holidays
January – Winter, Vehicles
February – Dinosaurs, Valentine’s Day
March – Recycling, Alphabet
April – Spring, Bugs
May – Animals, Mother’s Day
Rug Time may include study of shapes, alphabet, numbers, calendar skills, and phonics.
We use the Handwriting Without Tears curriculum to teach beginning letter formation.
Learn more about our Class Activities!