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We’ve cleared a footpath to Preschool with our Early Preschool program. It’s built to meet the needs of 30- to 42-month-old children. We guide them toward working with others, following directions, following established routines, and developing a skill set that will turn them into independent learners. This program offers:
We embrace every child's individuality and help them develop independence. This classroom is all about collaboration and responsibility. We also focus on conflict resolution and behavior expectations. Children learn to follow instructions, as well as develop self-help and self-regulations in six unique classroom areas.
Personal expression is developed in this area for sensory exploration and creative art experiences, where children use their imagination.
Let's investigate! This area offers a variety of materials for sorting, counting, classifying, and measuring experiences.
Invent. Create. Construct. Using a variety of materials, children will learn all about how different things fit and work together.
Ready, write, play with puppets, inspire your imagination. This comfortable quiet area is perfect for exploring words and language.
Let's dance! Positive movement is guided by each child's energy, as they develop gross motor skills, coordination and spatial awareness.
Be creative. Make-believe play offers children the perfect opportunity to use their imaginations, as they dress up and take on a variety of roles.
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.
Solving problems, exploring the world, gaining independence.
Expressing ideas and feelings through movement, music, visual arts, and drama.
Milestone: Labels or describes “drawings” or “scribbles.”
Communicating effectively, through the use of conversation skills and vocabulary.
Increasing phonological awareness, alphabet knowledge, early reading, and early writing skills.
Sequencing, solving problems, and thinking critically.
Sorting, ordering, adding, subtracting, measuring, graphing; understanding numbers and patterns.
Observing, describing, predicting, gathering; understanding the natural and physical world.
Milestone: Participates in simple investigations to answer questions.
Understanding themselves, their families, their communities, and their world.
Milestone: Identifies trees or flowers in the real world or pictures.
Coordinating and controlling large and small muscle movements; understanding health and safety concepts.
Interacting with others, gaining awareness of themselves and their emotions; understanding relationships with family, friends, community members.
Self-Regulation and School Readiness
Self-Regulation and School Readiness
Make sure your child is ready for school. There are many ways to build the school readiness skills of understanding limits and following rules. It’s important to get started today.
Recent research has found that kindergarten teachers rank the ability to self-regulate as the most important characteristic necessary for school readiness.
We’re here to provide peace of mind to every family with our comprehensive safety measures.
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