Our Daily Schedule consists of various activites where children will use several different styles of learning. Not only will they use their eyes and ears but we offer physical activity and texture stimulations. We begin our day with our Circle Time where we run through the calendar, weather, shapes, numbers, letters, vocabulary words and colors. We also do all of this in Spanish, French and Portuguese, as well as learning letters and key words in sign language. We then move on to our Art Craft or Science Project where our students will work on their coordination, motor skills and be completely hands on. We let our friends choose the story of the day right before our Sensory Exploration which includes our digging bins if various materials and textures. Our favorite part of the day is our Messy Art where our students get to paint on the wall using their hands. Our Creative Movement portion of the day ensures that our studnets receive excercise and some free time. We offer dance, yoga and various sports. We also ensure that for at least 30 minutes of the day our children are outside enjoying our playground!
Our Tiny Tots learn and grow, somtimes along side our toddlers to help with social skills. We help our babies stand and walk, feed themselves and learn about the world using imagination and fun activities. Our nursery is specially designed for all the needs of your little one with both cribs and high chairs. Our puzzles and games are structured to help with their growing motor skills.
Our Toddlers continue to develop both fine and large motor skills through all of our activites such as science and art projects. Our creative movement begins to be a bit more structured so students learn more about sharing, rules and turn-taking. During games, activities and outisde play, our students learn to work together and help their neighbor. We also begin assisting in potty training and overall independence.
Pre-K 3 and 4
Our Pre-K students have officially entered the independent stage. They begin to do more projects on their own including gluing and cutting. Our students are now telling us about their next activity by explaining why they would like to do it and how. We encourage our students to be very vocal and use all the skills they have learned in the last few years with us. We build on their writing skills and overall daily structure that they will see in their upcoming Kindergarten class.