Learning in Stages

Toddlers (18-24 months)

New and Eager to Learn Toddlers are eager to discover and explore the world around them.  Our toddler program stimulates learning in the five areas of sensory, personal and social development, language, cognitive, and physical, development.  Fun activities include one on one interactive play, play with toys, puzzles, games, story time, and music.

Early Preschoolers (2-3 years)

Curious Me Early Preschoolers are curious, active, demanding, fearless, and are excited to assert their independence.  Our early preschool program encourages learning in the areas of personal and social development, language, cognitive, and physical development. Theme related activities, interactive play, dramatic play, creative arts, music and movement, letter recognition, story time, hands on experience with math, science, arts, and sensory development are also a part of your preschoolers fun filled day.

Preschoolers (3-4 years)

Look at What I Can Do Preschoolers are anxious to demonstrate their independence, willing to make new friends, creative, inquisitive, and busy.  Our preschool program continues to progress the children in the areas of personal and social development, language and literacy, mathematical and scientific thinking, social studies, the arts, physical and health development.  Theme related activities, interactive play, dramatic play, creative arts, music and movement, letter recognition, story time, and hands on experiences are encouraged to support further learning.

Pre Kindergarten (4-5 years)

Ready or not Here I Come Pre Kindergarteners are anxious to show what they have learned and are filled with fun and determination.  Our Pre Kindergarten program continues to challenge them and extends learning in the areas of personal and social development, language and literacy, mathematical and scientific thinking, social studies, the arts, physical and health development.  Theme related activities, interactive play, dramatic play, creative arts, music and movement, story time, phonemic awareness, phonics, vocabulary building, reading readiness, hands on experience to support math and science, and educational computer games will prepare children entering school "Ready to Learn".

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