Positive attitudes and guidance is always used here at our school.
Our staff is comprised of highly skilled early education teachers.
Each teacher is hand selected for their experience, dedication and influence.
A variety of skills and coordination will be exposed in both our indoor and outdoor areas.
Monthly newsletters will inform you of our upcoming concepts and activities.
We strive to provide a solid foundation for growth and learning in the early years.
The day starts in the morning when the preschoolers routinely welcome one another. We begin our day with Circle Time which focuses on learning through a larger group instruction followed by related enrichment activities for small groups and individuals in our various learning centers. Learning centers include Language Arts, Writing, Library, Math, Science, Art, Dramatic Play, Drawing Table, Manipulatives and Blocks.
Afternoons still have structure, but are more open-ended, with different activities for your child to choose from. In the classroom, the learning centers invite your child to explore and imagine while developing school readiness skills. Each afternoon the children participate in a mini Circle Time followed by an additional art project or writing improvement worksheet. Weather permitting we go outside where children can partake in gross motor skill activities such as kicking a ball or throwing a beanbag through a hoop.
We believe in teaching the children through exciting and hands on activities. The more hands on the children get the more they take away from the lesson. We encourage the children to sing loud, get their hands in the paint and simply do things how they would like. It is the process that is important not the final product. “Play” is child’s “work”, everything they do from painting a picture to rocking a baby doll is enhancing their basic life skills and preparing them for their future education.
Our toddler program provides an inclusive educational environment for our children over 18 months. The curriculum invites exploration and imagination through a variety of teacherchild interactions while encouraging independence. Basic skills such as colors, shapes, letters and numbers are a regular part of the learning your child will be involved in daily. Their daily routine will aid in introducing and enhancing their basic life skills.