Our Pre-Kindergarten curriculum allows children to participate in small groups while interacting with other children in activities, projects and experiments. Exposure to reading occurs daily by engaging children in letter identification which progresses to letter sounds, and finally how sounds and letters combine to form words.
Additionally, children will be exposed to beginning addition and subtraction and more acute observational and analytical skills.
Pre-K classrooms are arranged with several interest areas/learning centers. Each area provides children with new challenges and learning opportunities. Teachers periodically change the interest areas in order to provide new experiences, challenge the children’s abilities, and respond to their growing interests.
We have created a program which encourages both education and enrichment to the individual child. Add to our environment, qualified teachers who speak with the children, ask questions to promote thinking and language development, and the result is a center where children can learn and grow at their own individual pace.