PRESCHOOL (2-5 Years)
Social Emotional Skills Developed Now Create a Positive, Life-Long Impact
We’ll Help Your Child Further Develop Their Independence and Boost Their Confidence
Transition time before moving on to each activity, follow structured, confidence-boosting activities. This routine nurtures your little learner’s newfound sense of self. Your child feels comfortable knowing what to expect next.
Examples of confidence-boosting activities include:
- Picking up their dishes after a family-style lunch
- Taking turns handing out plates and handing out cups
- Changing shoes from indoor shoes to outdoor shoes
More Self-Help Skills to Practice Every Day
A big part of being two years old is becoming more self-sufficient. Your little learner will be eager to be doing things on his or her own! Here are a few things we will be encouraging your child to do by themselves every day:
- Pulling up and down their pants
- Drinking from a cup without a lid
- Putting on/off their coat
- Washing their hands
- Putting on/taking off their shoes
- Using their words
- Using fork/spoon
It's Time: All Kids Go Potty! We’ll Teach Them How
It’s a good time for your child to learn to use the potty. we work closely with you and encourage your child with toilet training at school too. Note to parents: there is no diaper changing station in the 2 year-old room.
Creative Projects That Are Fun and Expressive
An Exploratory Start to Your Child's Education
We will work with ABC’s, 123’s, shapes, and colors. We will encourage the children to learn to identify as much as possible. Many daily activities will go on in the classroom, and include:
- Being read to
- Learning new songs
- Learning from flashcards
- Simple sign language
- Simple Spanish
- Practicing safely with scissors
- Exploring with sensory activities such as water, textures, shaving cream, goop, etc.
Your Child's Curriculum Portfolio Tailored to Their Age and Abilities
Curriculum Portfolios are specifically designed to age and have many different activities that measure your child’s skill level. This way, teachers keep track of your child’s progress throughout the year, measure their developing skills, and can better guide and assist in their learning process.
Parent-Teacher Conferences Twice a Year
A Loving Feel with Family Photos in the Classroom
Each Child Individually Shines as "Star of the Week"
The “star of the week” shines like a real star while showing a poster of their creation. Every child gets a chance to put together a sign, full of pictures, stickers, and decoration, describing their beloved family members, pets, favorite vacations, etc. with photos, stickers, and embellishments.
Helping You Eliminate the Pacifier
Adorable Daily Take-Home Artwork and Projects
Reduce, Reuse and Recycle with Classroom "Wish Lists"
Put your household trash to good use! Donate household items like books, glass bottles, or toilet paper rolls, crafts. These items will be used for projects throughout the year. Other examples of things for reuse in classroom projects are:
- Brown paper bags
- Sewing items
- Old clothing for dress-up
- Paper, etc.
(Frequently Asked Questions)
Items needed for our classroom:
- Blanket for nap time, labeled
- Extra clothes, a complete set, labeled
- Diapers & wipes if not potty trained
- Rash cream, labeled
- Family photo
- Liners and underwear if potty training
*We accept children who are not potty trained*