As they enter their third year, children become more and more curious. We enjoy using that sense of curiosity to teach them how to learn and grow. Within our classrooms, your child is free to be anything from an artist to an engineer. Playing pretend, learning games, participating in hands-on activities — these are just a few of the ways we keep kids engaged. But all these games and activities are done for a reason, encouraging development in a number of key areas. Our teachers plan developmentally appropriate small group interactions to work closely with your child to assure mastery of developmental tasks. Your child will also participate in large group activities to explore concepts and enjoy early literacy experiences.
Motor Skill Development — hands-on activities, outdoor play, tossing, catching.
Cognitive Development — puzzles, games, recognizing shapes, numbers, colors.
Language Development — reading, recognizing and forming letters, storytelling.
Artistic Development — art projects, construction projects, dramatic play.
In addition to basic skills, your child learns about self-direction, self-reliance and self-esteem.