Prekindergarten

1. Three-year-old kids are full of wonder. Their brain size becomes 80% of that of an adult and functions faster as well. They explore, investigate and discover and learn everything they see and hear. We focus to facilitate children express themselves through art, music, and movement.

2.They practice math and number concepts using age-appropriate materials to organize, sort, count, build, and sequence. They explore the world of science through weather, cooking, and seasonal activities. They develop motor skills and coordination while running, jumping, hopping, skipping, throwing, and catching. We capture their emerging love of reading and writing, using growing literacy skills during read-aloud, shared readings, reading groups, and writing centers.

3.Our children begin to develop a rich vocabulary and use language on a daily basis through informal conversations with their teachers. Days are filled with making meaning of every learning opportunity encountered at school.