Although children of this age still love to test things around them, they also know where the limits are and begin to recite rules to others. The classroom is designed to help each student deal with challenging tasks. We want children to explore, experiment, take risks, and grow to be independent, but in a safe, loving environment where a teacher is able to monitor behaviors.
The curriculum’s focus is on developing receptive and expressive language, getting along with others, and self-help skills such as toileting. Some activities will be done in small or large groups, while others will be done individually. We are here to ensure the safety of your child as well as assist with the learning experience.
A few skills practiced are:
Gross Motor: walking backwards, climbing, and balancing
Fine Motor: painting, holding fat pencils, and puzzles
Social/Emotional: cooperative play and developing empathy for others
Language: follow multi-step directions, use words to express one’s needs, and tell stories.
Cognitive: identify shapes & colors, remember songs with movements, and begin to recognize the difference between letters and numbers.Schedule a Tour