One of our goals is to equip young minds with fun learning activities.
Our early preschool setting is strategically arranged to give kids ample learning opportunities for exploration and problem-solving. All activities are carried out in small groups to make sure each child can actively engage in all parts of the curriculum. Our activities and materials are equipped with text and language with all the manipulatives clearly labeled to expose them to the world of literacy. Each of our staff members is trained to guide the preschoolers on how to use the tools they need to converse and explore the world.
A Typical Day for Your Preschooler
Your child will be introduced to significant emerging literacy skills through participating in music and movement and listening to stories. Fundamental knowledge and introduction to numbers, shapes, math skills, and sensory exploration are also taught. Teachers also include language and social development through imaginative art projects, circle time, and dramatic play.
Each of our staff members plans lessons-based on a thematic coverage or unit that are applied in our center. Your child is expected to be exposed to hands-on experiences and interaction (getting messy). This will encourage independence, problem-solving, language development, and creative thinking as they engage in many ways of expressing their creativity. Fundamental skills like pre-writing, pre-reading, and pre-math are incorporated in every lesson throughout the day. These skills are encouraged and taught daily.
For more information, you may call us at 708-383-7209.