Preschool Program

Preschoolers have vivid imaginations, boundless questions, and a desire to be silly and make others laugh. The preschool program provides older two-year-olds and three-year-olds a creative environment where they can pretend, experiment, discover, and make friendships.

Overview

Preschoolers have the opportunity to make choices, watch and imitate others, and perfect skills through repetition. In the preschool classroom, children may choose from a variety of materials and activities, such as creating their own art project, making up word games or imaginative stories, constructing with blocks, listening to music and dancing, exploring books, or pretend playing with friends.

Activities

Preschoolers have the opportunity to make choices, watch and imitate others, and perfect skills through repetition. In the preschool classroom, children may choose from a variety of materials and activities, such as creating their own art project, making up word games or imaginative stories, constructing with blocks, listening to music and dancing, exploring books, or pretend playing with friends.

Development

Experienced, caring, and supportive teachers are essential to our preschool program. They carefully plan the curriculum to support each child’s development, physically, emotionally, socially, and intellectually. Teachers listen to and talk with the children, ask questions to further reasoning skills, enhance ideas, and encourage children to interact with both adults and peers. Most importantly, teachers ensure that their students are happy, enjoy learning, and have a positive self-esteem.

Variety

The preschool schedule provides a balance of active and quiet times, indoor and outdoor times, teacher-directed and child-directed activities, individual, small-group, and large-group times, and short and longer periods of time that are appropriate for the children’s growing attention span.

 

Field Trips

Additionally, preschoolers take several field trips each month to learn from real-world experiences outside of the school. Preschoolers also enjoy special visitors, such as librarians, storytellers, and artists. Enrichment classes are also included in the program.