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Early Preschool Program

Reaching Your Child’s Milestones

In Twos and Early Preschool, we ensure that children are prepared for later learning. We encourage curiosity, mobility, and exploration as means of learning new things. Our teachers prepare activities and experiences based on what each child is ready to learn, guided by regular assessments and intentional lesson planning.

Early Preschool

Early Preschool is a unique program for 30- to 42-month-old children. Our unique indicator-based early education curriculum for two- to four-year olds, Learn as We Grow, guides this age group toward significant milestone development, as children also begin developing the self-help skills and routines that will make them independent learners.

In our Early Preschool program, children will experience:

  • Stimulating classroom environments
  • Exclusive indicator-based curriculum
  • Immersive learning experiences
  • Opportunities to gain independence

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Curriculum & Developmental Indicators

30- to 42-month-old children preparing for Preschool find their developmental needs met by our indicator-based curriculum, Learn as We Grow. We guide them toward significant achievements across 10 developmental scales:

Approaches to Learning

Solving problems, exploring the world, gaining independence.

Creative Arts

Expressing ideas and feelings through movement, music, visual arts, and drama.


Communicating effectively, through the use of conversation skills and vocabulary.


Increasing phonological awareness, alphabet knowledge, early reading, and early writing skills.

Logic & Reasoning

Sequencing, solving problems, and thinking critically.

Early Math

Sorting, ordering, adding, subtracting, measuring, graphing; understanding numbers and patterns.

Nature & Science

Observing, describing, predicting, gathering; understanding the natural and physical world.

Social Studies

Understanding themselves, their families, their communities, and their world.

Physical Development/Health

Coordinating and controlling large and small muscle movements; understanding health and safety concepts.

Social-Emotional Development

Interacting with others, gaining awareness of themselves and their emotions; understanding relationships with family, friends, community members.

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