PreK children are ready for new challenges that meet their growing and developing skills. Larger blocks of time are provided to engage in their project work. Projects vary according to interest and curriculum. Children will engage in small and large group project work. Projects can includes writing, art work, dictation, book making or expressive art.
Children will also spend time in their learning Centers which are supplied with materials that are designed to support children’s emerging skills. Centers allow small groups of children to work together and practice their newly acquired skills. Teachers also work with small groups of children to support learning and introduce concepts. Literacy is supported with activities that promote phonemic awareness, reading comprehension, writing skills and visual discrimination. Our print rich atmosphere encourages emerging literacy skills with activities such as word walls, environmental print, pretend writing and modeling writing.
Our Prekindergarten curriculum includes swimming, gym and music taught by trained instructors as part of our program. Parents can choose half, full or late stay options for our three, four or five day program.