Eight learning centers throughout this classroom offer extensive opportunities for exploration, education, and skill development.
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In this interactive classroom, children are encouraged to explore their curiosity and unique interests, through immersive learning experiences, as they begin to develop important school readiness skills.
Our Preschool classroom environment focuses on:
Children get creative and learn to express themselves in this center, as they explore color concepts, a variety of art techniques, and cooperation.
Children will learn to count and sort, and make patterns, as they develop hand-eye coordination and use a variety of building materials and shapes.
As children express themselves and cooperate with make-believe play, they develop early writing and reading skills, and learn to make sense of real life.
Sorting and comparing leads to recognizing numbers and counting, as children discover early math concepts in this center.
Moving, dancing, and singing help children to work on their physical coordination, while cooperating, communicating, and having fun with others.
Observation and questioning skills are developed, as children engage in learning experiences about plants, animals, weather, and the seasons.
Listening, story comprehension, and print awareness are some of the literacy skills that children will develop while working in this center.
Rhymes, sounds, letter recognition and formation, these are just some of the early writing and communication skills children build here.
Our LifeSmart™ curriculum, inspired by the Multiple Intelligences theory of educational psychologist Howard Gardner, recognizes that children learn in different ways. We embrace every child’s unique “smarts” to help them learn best. With the help of our exclusive digital lesson planning tool, teachers create customized curriculum, based on assessment and observation, to meet each child’s needs as they develop along 10 developmental scales:
How to plan, set goals, and interact with others and with the environment.
How to express ideas and feelings through music, movement, visual arts, and drama.
How to use expressive and receptive vocabulary and to use conversation skills and vocabulary to communicate effectively.
How to demonstrate phonological awareness, alphabet knowledge, reading, and writing skills.
How to sequence, solve problems, and develop symbolic and critical-thinking skills.
How to understand numbers, patterns, sorting, and ordering, as well as how to use numbers to add, subtract, measure, and graph.
How to understand the natural and physical world, as well as how to observe, describe, predict, and gather data.
How to understand themselves, their families, communities, and their world.
How to build fine and gross motor skills and to understand health and nutrition.
How to develop self-awareness and how to show respect and empathy for others.
Knowing what to expect helps children feel certain that their needs will be met—not just today, but every day...
Dr. Susan Canizares