Three Year Olds
Three-year old children concentrate on a specific themes. Their Activities consist of learning letters, numbers, colors, shapes, art, arts and crafts, circle time, and story time. Each developmentally appropriate activity aids in developing their physical, emotional, cognitive, and social skills.
The classroom is organized by centers such as science/math, writing, blocks, art, manipulative, housekeeping, music, as well as a library. Individual cubby spaces help students gain independence by taking responsibility for their own belongings. We devise our lessons to foster independence and growth.
The classroom environment is more structured, yet they are still able to have free choice of centers. Hands-on group and individual activities build confidence and provide positive support that fosters a lifelong love of learning.
Our Curriculum focus on developing cognitive, social, language, early literacy and physical skills children need to succeed in school and life. Teacher-child ratios ensure that every child receives concentrated attention.
A separate, age-appropriate playground provides safe climbing, swinging, and large open area to encourage the development of social and gross motor skills. Weather permitting they go out twice a day.