Preschool is an exciting time for children; they discover a newfound independence. Our preschool teachers are enthusiastic and focus on building positive attitudes toward school and learning. Preschool teachers spend a great deal of time observing and listening to children’s ideas so they can continue to keep children engaged in the excitement of learning.

Preschoolers begin recognizing letters and numbers. Children are introduced to learning centers, which are designated areas of the classroom that are chosen independently by the child to promote a variety of skills such as math, language, writing, creative art, dramatic play science, and sensory.

In learning centers, children can work by themselves, with a friend or in a small group, which allows preschoolers to learn in a more meaningful way. Through art experiences children will be exposed to a variety of materials, where they will learn to use and manipulate tools. The process of art helps develop self-expression, creativity, and fine motor skills needed for early writing.

Our teachers work alongside your child to encourage independence. They have daily responsibilites which increases independence in their routine as well as promotes learning of skills to be used in other settings.

Preschoolers are full of energy so there is plenty of time throughout the day for exercise, music and movement as well as outdoor activities such as jumping, climbing, running, and bike riding!