4 and 5 years old, not yet Kindergarten-ready
Develop social skills, recognize and learn to verbalize feelings, and practice independence by learning to make appropriate choices and learning to respect and be considerate of one another.
We believe that the children benefit more from concrete learning experiences than from artificial paper and pencil activities; that process is more important than the product.
Preschoolers are increasingly independent and are encouraged to express themselves artistically, explore academic areas of interest and further develop their social relationships.
Teachers model effective communication and sharing while encouraging independence.
A Preschool day consists of:
- self-selected play
- circle time
- singing songs
- reading books
- art projects
- sensory experiences
- outdoor playground time
- occasional field trips