Classes and Curriculum

Guppy W/F
Ages 2.9-3.3 (3 years before K)


 The children in the Guppy class are exposed to a school  environment. The focus is adjusting to a school environment,  being cared for by a teacher and playing in a group setting.  




Teddy Bear T/Th (optional M/W/F)

Ages 3.4-4 (2 years before K)
        The Teddy Bear Class engages in activities that help them  learn           what school feels like. The focus is on social skills  and school               routines. Children are exposed to new materials and are                       introduced to basic skills through exploration and play. 


Dinosaurs M/W/F (optional T/TH
Ages 4-5 (1 year before K)
      The Dinosaur Class engages in activities that                                        foster independence and self-help skills. The children                              are empowered to solve problems and discover answers to                  their questions. The children are engaged in a variety of                        activities that challenge them to build upon basic skills and                    become independent learners. 





      Children learn through a balance of self-discovery,                                 teacher-directed activities, and being with peers in a group                    situation. Below are many of the skills children will develop                     during these early years. It is our goal to guide them on this                   road of discovery.


Social Skills:  Becoming a member of a group, learning to be a friend, independence, sharing, taking turns, expressing feeling with words, following directions.
Fine and Gross Motor:  Exposure to art supplies and manipulative tools, exposure to tactile materials, building with blocks, climbing, jumping, running, balancing, ball play.


Cultural and Diversity Awareness:  Learning about differences, learning about other traditions and customs, being exposed to different celebrations around the world.
Mathematical Skills:  Manipulating, counting, sorting, grouping different materials, number recognition, simple patterns, sequencing, matching, opposites.
Language Art Skills:  Developing the art of listening, expanding ability to communicate, reading stories and creating their own, sharing ideas, recognizing letters of the alphabet, writing through pictures/dictation/invented spelling.
Music Skills:  Singing, exposure to different kinds of music, learning about rhythms, tones, and different instruments, having fun.
Science Skills:  Fostering children's natural curiosity about the world around them and how things work; discovering scientific method and encouraging experimentation.



An environment conducive to the optimal spiritual, mental and physical development of each child enrolled.