The preschool classroom has an age span of 3-5 years old. Our main focus is on the development of the whole child, including social, academic, emotional and physical. While using appropriate activities, we foster positive self-image and independence.
As your child turns three-years-old, they will make tremendous strides in imagination, language and social skills. Our goal is to provide an enriching and varied program that will not only help your child develop their cognitive skills, but also enable them to enjoy and express themselves through artistic and creative experiences of all kinds. We work on verbal and language skills, as well as social skills that teach your child to problem solve and express themselves in appropriate ways. The ratio is 1:6 Children.
Four-year-olds are starting to be more independent, learning new words and coming up with ideas they never had before. They love to talk and questioning is at a peak, as they combine facts and fantasies to strengthen their command of language. We provide an enriching program that helps your child develop their social, cognitive, math, science, phonics and other pre-kindergarten readiness skills. We strive to teach social skills and independence by allowing your child to problem solve on their own, but are close by to assist in times of need.
We prepare your child for Kindergarten by having activities set-up to engage your child in math, science, language, phonetics, fine motor skills, independence and social growth.
To accommodate the wide age span the Preschool classroom has break out groups with their primary caregiver that allows for 20-30 minutes of small group time. This time is used to practice, review and learn new skills; complete projects such as science experiments or cooking; play games that review rules and turn-taking such as Duck, Duck Goose; taking nature walks along the park grounds and introducing new items such as musical instruments, books, educational toys.