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Pre-School Program

Preschoo At this age children are lively, imaginative and playful. This is the age where children begin to ask hundreds of questions like: Where do I come from? What will I be like when I grow up? Why is the moon following me? Your child's motor skills, language, logical thinking, and social development change dramatically. Our main goal is to provide encouragement, support and access to play-based activities that enable the child to master early literacy, math, science, and social studies concepts accompanied by arts, music, dance and other enrichment activities.

In this class, we build on the skills attained at the toddler class and begin to focus closely on preparing the children for Pre-K. With a strong focus on core subjects of math, and literacy we also emphasize social and motor skills.

Our indoor and outdoor playgrounds allow the kids to run around, be free from structure, and just be kids!

By the end of the school year, your child will have grasped and enhanced the following core skills (see also our sample daily schedule below and monthly themes tab)

Cognitive skills

  • Identify sizes “big, medium, small”
  • compare the quantity of a group of objects ” more, less and one”
  • Develop increasing ability to count in sequence from 1-50
  • Recognize numbers from 1-10
  • Understand the concept of sequence
  • Recognize patterns
  • Duplicate and extends patterns
  • Create pattern
  • Sort and classify objects into groups that have the same use
  • Matches, sort and regroup objects according to one or more characteristics
  • Understand basic concepts of time, such as "now," "soon," and "late."
  • Identify colors
  • Complete a six- to eight-piece puzzle.
  • Recognize and name shapes: circles, squares, rectangles, and triangles

Language development skills

  • increase vocabulary
  • Represent feelings and ideas
  • Re-tell simple stories in sequence
  • Understand most of what is said and follow directions with at least one step.
  • Understand direction words like “up,” “down,” “left,” and “right.”
  • Speak in complete sentences of four or more words.
  • Talk easily without stuttering or repeating words or syllables.
  • Say or sing familiar songs or nursery rhymes.
  • Correctly name colors, people, objects, and categories of objects.
  • Speak clearly enough that strangers can understand.
  • Use the pronouns “I,” “you,” and “me” correctly

Motor skills

  • walk a straight line
  • throw a ball
  • paste objects
  • button and zip a garment
  • builds with blocks
  • completes simple puzzles
  • draw and color beyond a simple scribble
  • control pencil and crayon well
  • cut simple shapes with scissors (handles scissors well)

Early reading skills

  • Understand literacy concepts that words are made of letters, and sentences are made of words.
  • Make simple predictions and comments about a story being read.
  • Pretend to read easy or predictable books or tries to read along during his/her favorite part of story.
  • Repeat a simple story after hearing it.
  • Hold books and turn pages in books from front to back; understand that books are for reading.
  • Say and point to at least 10 letters of the alphabet
  • Match a letter with the beginning sound of a word
  • Recognize words or signs he sees often

Pre-Writing skills

  • Express ideas and stories through pictures or scribbling they draw
  • Develop the ability to form basic strokes smoothly, such as lines and circles.
  • Proper way to hold a pen and pencil
  • Use pencils, crayons, and markers for drawing and writing.
  • Improve fine motor skills through manipulating play
  • Successfully attempt to write some of the alphabet letters

Social/Creative skills

  • Practicing positive social behaviors
  • Get along well with other children
  • Recognize authority
  • Share with others
  • Express creativity through art and music
  • Develop imagination
  • Talks easily
  • Able to stay on task
  • Help with chores
  • Able to work independently.
  • Develop a good habits in health care and nutrition

Our Sample Daily Schedule

07:00 a.m. to 09:00 a.m. Children are welcomed into the day care. Breakfast. Free play until most of the children have arrived and have finished eating.
09:00 a.m. to 09:15 a.m. Circle Time. Teacher brings the group together for morning routines, introduces the day’s activities and themes.
09:15 a.m. to 09:45 a.m. Learning Time. Children learn math, science, social studies or language /literacy. Teacher implements small-group activities using creative arts, dramatic play, writing, library, blocks, manipulative, math, science and sensory learning centers.
09:45 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. Snack. Click Here to learn about our Food and Nutrition Program and See a Menu
10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Free play time.
11:00 a.m. to 11:25 a.m. Reading Time
11:25 a.m. to 12:10 p.m. Outdoor Play (weather permitting).
12:10 p.m. to 01:00 p.m. Lunch Click Here to learn about our Food and Nutrition Program and See a Menu
01:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Rest Time and Quiet Time: Most children nap or rest quietly. As children wake from rest time, they can select from a variety of quiet play choices, such as drawing, books, or puzzles.
03:00 p.m. to 3:15 p.m. Snack Click Here to learn about our Food and Nutrition Program and See a Menu
03:15 p.m. to 04:00 p.m. Enrichment program (music, dance, gymnastic, art, etc.)
04:00 p.m. to 05:00 p.m. Outdoor Play (weather permitting).
05:00 p.m. to Departure Free play, goodbye hugs and kisses