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Infant Program

  • Our  teacher’s  promote infant’s learning through exploration and by fostering their emotional,  sensory, social, physical,  and intellectual development through song, play, reading and careful monitoring of infant’s needs.
  • An infant’s early months of life are so important to their brain development and we give the personal attention and stimulation needed to support healthy brain development.
  • The infant program supports each child’s gross motor skills. Infants need supervised tummy time so they can develop and build their muscles. Babies need time and space to explore and manipulate objects.
  • Your infant will learn age-appropriate social, emotional, physical, and intellectual skills in our care.
  • The infant program supports the development of their social, emotional and the developmental needs so they will grow into happy healthy preschools.
  • We will help make the transition from home as comfortable and natural for you and your child as possible. crucial in creating a foundation of basic trust and security

2-3 Year Old Program

  • Our classroom is a place where children are encouraged to experiment, develop, and strengthen their newly acquired skills.
  • This program allows the children to explore and discover the world around them
  • We believe in a developmentally appropriate curriculum for all children
  • The children are taught self-help skills such as dress themselves, toilet training, washing hands and feeding themselves.
  • The teacher encourages as much independence as possible while maintaining a safe nurturing environment.
  • The children become self-confident and gain self-esteem.
  • The children are encouraged to use new vocabulary via stories, songs and finger plays. The children use their imagination in the different learning centers as they acquire language and social skills.

3-4 Year Old Program

Children at this age are eager learners who are very curious about the world and are anxious to explore.

  • We surround the children with a print rich environment as a part of our classroom environment.
  • The Math Center is set up to encourage interaction with concrete objects through play by creating opportunities for discovery of basic math concepts.
  • Blocks and puzzles will be used to teach counting, color, sorting, patterns, problem solving, and cause and effect.
  • Another important area of our curriculum is art. Through art, children learn to communicate and express themselves.
  • The children are always encouraged to ask questions and make new discoveries
  • Planned activities encourage and promote positive thinking
  • This inspires students and they become enthusiastic learners that will ignite the desire to l gain knowledge in all they do.

4-5 Year Old Program

  • The pre-kindergarten program prepares the students for kindergarten. The student social, emotional, intellectual and developmental needs are continued to be met while introducing new concepts.
  • We challenge every child and encourage problem solving in daily lessons
  • Our math program emphasizes understanding rather than memorization, giving children opportunities to think, reason and problem solve.
  • We use a whole language and phonics approach to reading and writing.
  • We believe that children learn by doing and we implement a hands-on approach to learning.
  • Children learn new science concepts by doing experiments in class.
  • We encourage children to discover and explore to find solutions.
  • Our Science Center offers opportunity for science exploration and discovery by providing open-ended activities to investigate, self-discover and problem solve.
  • The Math Center is set up to encourage interaction with concrete objects through play by creating opportunities for discovery of basic math concepts.
  • Spark interest
  • Investigate the subject
  • Discover and expand on the curriculum

Our goal for each child in our care is to help develop them into self-confidence students eager to learn new things in a warm, supportive environment.

What children discover for themselves they will always remember.

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