Welcome! Maximizing Children's Potential and Instilling a Desire to Grow, Learn and Succeed
We realize that preschool is an exciting time in your child’s life. Preschool children are natural born curious explorers who want a sense of independence and self belonging. Our preschool program can help prepare your child for success in school and in life. To ensure Kindergarten readiness, and to prepare each child for the future, our Pre-Kindergarten program furthers our comprehensive STEM curriculum. Handwriting Without Tears This program uses multisensory activities and manipulatives which appeal to all learning styles and provide a hands-on approach to handwriting. SCIENCE & ENGINEERING Young children love to explore and figure out how things work. Microscopes and hand lenses are used to explore what living and non-living things look like up close. Robotics materials, as well as a variety of small table-top blocks and large, floor-use blocks encourage children to design, test, and build their own constructions. We inspire the children to use their natural curiosity to think like engineers and scientists which is why STEM activities for preschoolers is a great way to stretch their thinking skills. Eureka Math Numbers should add up to more than a right answer. They should generate “aha” moments and joyful connections. That’s why Eureka Math® is the most widely used mathematics curriculum in the United States. It revolutionized math by setting a new standard for rigor, coherence and focus in the classroom so students gain a deeper understanding of the why behind the numbers. All while making math more enjoyable to learn and teach. We are learning: (1) representing, relating, and operating on whole numbers, initially with sets of objects; and (2) describing shapes and space. » Module 1: Numbers to 10 • Module 2: Two-Dimensional and Three-Dimensional Shapes • Module 3: Comparison of Length, Weight, Capacity, and Numbers to 10 • Module 4: Number Pairs, Addition and Subtraction to 10 • Module 5: Numbers 10-20 and Counting to 100 • Module 6: Analyzing, Comparing, and Composing Shapes ART HISTORY
We introduce our young artists to art history, famous artists and their masterpieces.
ART & MUSIC activities are incorporated into our daily classroom activitiesprogram ing origins and expressions of music through listening, playing and performing.
We pride ourselves in knowing how each student learns. Small class size helps to establish close relationships with students and their families, providing a welcoming environment where children are encouraged to learn from each other.
SNACKS-Whether your child eats his or her snack at home or at school, or if you provide a snack for a classroom party or celebration, keep these things in mind: 1. Snacks should be kid-size. Both children and adults don’t need large portions. 2. Snacks should be colorful. Kids eat with their eyes. Make snacks visually appealing. 3. Snacks should be healthy. Offer fruits and vegetables as often as you can. 4. Drinks should be served in small portions, about ½ cup each. Water is a healthy choice.