EARLY PRE SHOOL
2 YEARS - 3 YEARS
EARLY PRE SHOOL
2 YEARS - 3 YEARS
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AERLY PRE-SCHOOL

Our curriculum for our two year olds expands on the rich experience we provide for our toddlers. Two year olds continue with more cooperative learning activities, in addition to special attention paid to fine and gross motor skills. Our teachers work to expand our two year olds’ abilities to interact with other kids and work independently, in addition to increased exposure to STEAM activities and self-esteem building.

EXPLORING DE WORLD PROGRAM

encourages and expands children’s natural curiosity to discover the world around them. We have curated our Exploring The World Program in such a way to promote individuality through independent and group work.

During our early preschool program we further develop each student’s successes and skills. We use these new-found skills to teach our students how to handle academic and personal challenges.

CONGNITIVE DEVEPLOMENT

  • Exploring and sorting objects by shape, color and size with prompts
  • Exploring creativity through structured play and make-believe games

LANGUAGE ARTS & LITERATURE

  • Print-rich classrooms, exposing kids to the meaning of printed language
  • Daily interactive read alouds and independent book exploration
  • Giving children the opportunity to create and tell their own stories
  • Increased focus on developing social and academic language
  • Listening to stories and answering comparison questions.

MATEMATICS & ESCIENCE

  • Investigating whether objects sink or float at the water table
  • Understanding how plants grow by planting grass seeds and caring for them until they sprout. Varies by location*
  • Learning basic shapes through exploration such as indoor and outdoor scavenger hunts.

SOCIAL & EMOTIONAL GROWTH

  • Celebrating classmates’ and character accomplishments as well as learning about independence
  • Discussing with children how they can help each other and their families
  • Starting to work on classroom projects
  • Understanding trust, empathy, and a sense of wrong and right

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