This classroom offers a range of experiences for exploration, education, and skill development, across eight classroom areas:
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In this homelike classroom, children are encouraged to explore their curiosity, through immersive learning experiences, as they begin to develop important school readiness skills.
Our Preschool classroom offers children a focus on:
Children explore different art techniques, color concepts, and cooperation, while developing creativity, problem-solving, and self-expression.
Different shapes and objects introduce learning concepts such as counting, sorting, and patterning, as children develop hand-eye coordination.
Make-believe plays enable children to express emotions, make sense of real life, and develop their early writing and reading skills.
Learning to sort, compare, count, and recognize numbers are opportunities children explore in this center.
Move, dance, sing! This center helps children develop physical coordination, cooperation, and communication, while also having fun.
Learning about plants, animals, weather, and the seasons allows children to observe and question, as they explore early science concepts.
Print awareness, story comprehension, and listening skills are all explored in this center, as children develop early literacy skills.
Through rhymes and sounds, letter recognition and formation, this center helps children to develop their communication and early writing skills.
In our Empowered Child™ curriculum, inspired by the Reggio Emilia approach, secure relationships with responsive, respectful adults provide the basis for all learning, enabling children to develop trust, competence, and independence. Our digital lesson planning tool enables teachers to use assessment and observation to generate customized curriculum, meeting the needs of each child, across 10 significant developmental scales:
The ability to plan, set goals, interact with others and with the environment.
The ability to express ideas and feelings with music, movement, visual arts, and drama.
The ability to use conversation skills and vocabulary to communicate effectively; to use expressive and receptive vocabulary.
The ability to have phonological awareness, alphabet knowledge, plus reading and writing skills.
The ability to solve problems, sequence, and use symbolic and critical-thinking skills.
The ability to understand numbers, patterns, sorting, and ordering, as well as using numbers to add, subtract, measure, and graph.
The ability to understand the natural and physical world, as well as to observe, describe, predict, and gather data.
The ability to understand themselves, their families, communities, and the world around them.
The ability to develop fine and gross motor skills and to understand health and nutrition concepts.
The ability to show self-awareness, as well as respect and empathy for others.
Knowing what to expect helps children feel certain that their needs will be met—not just today, but every day...
Dr. Susan Canizares