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Reaching Your Child’s Milestones

Curiosity, mobility, and exploration are rewarded in these active, engaging classroom environments, where children begin to develop the skills they need for later learning in Preschool and beyond. Intentional planning and regular assessments enable teachers to create experiences based on what children are ready to learn.

Early Preschool

Early Preschool features our indicator-based curriculum, Learn as We Grow, designed to meet the needs of 30- to 42-month-old children. Our approach defines the routines and self-help skills necessary for all independent learners to prepare for Preschool.

In our Early Preschool program, children will discover:

  • Stimulating classroom environments
  • Exclusive indicator-based curriculum
  • Immersive learning experiences
  • Opportunities to gain independence

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Curriculum & Developmental Indicators

Learn as We Grow is an indicator-based curriculum for 30- to 42-month-old children that sets the stage for Preschool learning. Learning experiences enable them to master indicators (or milestones) across 10 developmental scales:

Approaches to Learning

Growing more independent and exploring the world around them, while developing the ability to solve problems.

Creative Arts

Expressing ideas and feelings through using music, movement, visual arts, and drama.

Language

Using conversation skills and vocabulary for effective communication.

Literacy

Demonstrating phonological awareness, alphabet knowledge, early reading, and early writing skills.

Logic & Reasoning

Learning to sequence, solve problems, and employ critical thinking.

Early Math

Understanding numbers, patterns, sorting, and ordering; using numbers to add, subtract, measure, and graph.

Nature & Science

Understanding the natural and physical world; observing, describing, predicting, and gathering data.

Social Studies

Understanding themselves, their families, their communities, their world.

Physical Development/Health

Building awareness of health and safety concepts, while learning to coordinate and control large and small muscle movements.

Social-Emotional Development

Starting to interact with others and increasing awareness of themselves and their emotions; understanding relationships with others, including family, friends, community members.

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