"Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world". Nelson Mandela
Children are exposed to a structured-school setting, outside of the traditional daycare. They focus on basic colors, shapes, numbers, and letters in an age-appropriate curriculum that takes into consideration the differences in motor skills and cognitive abilities among preschoolers. They learn how to use the toilet by themselves, basic hygiene, walk in a straight line, and sit in a chair for an extended period of time.
Kids will be introduced to color, shapes, numbers 1-10, and letters A-Z. They will learn how to write, say, and recognize letters. This class consists of students from ages 3-4 at the beginning of the school year, and after is dependent on when the child will enter kindergarten. This class involves one assignment per day. The first three days of the week focuses on a new letter, and the following two days are either focused on colors, shapes, or numbers.
Transitional Kindergarten Class
This transitional class reinforces what was learned in the preschool class. Students begin to perfect writing their names and writing letters. This program has two assignments per day that focus on a two topics, usually a letter and a number. Towards the end of the school year students will learn how to put letter sounds together to create small words. This class is for children age 4-5, who plan to enroll in kindergarten the following year.
After School Care
We offer after school care, this time is structured but pick up is allowed at anytime before 5:00pm. This structured time includes outdoor time a nap time, lunch and snack time. The kids will spend extra time with friends in these varies activities!