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Prekindergarten

(4 turning 5 during current school year September 1st - August 31st)

1:8 ratio

Maximum Group Size 16


Prekindergartners Are Eager to Master New Skills

 
Children are challenged to explore and learn by doing and getting messy, to contribute their own ideas and use their own problem-solving strategies, to investigate their questions, to express their emotions, to use their imaginations and to create and explore the world around them in a fun and engaging way.

Prek boys building a robot with mega blocks
PreK children in PJs holding stuffed toys


Qualified, Attentive Teachers Who Guide Social Emotional Learning

 
We spend a lot of time during this year preparing your child for their big transition to kindergarten. We practice kindergarten rules and expectations and we work especially hard on emotional maturity. We will expect your child to listen, follow directions, be respectful to their teachers and peers and to act responsibly. Your child will learn to be an independent thinker and problem solver and they will be ready to succeed in kindergarten!  


Children Gain Self-confidence And Independence


Our teachers are focused on helping your child build their self-confidence before they head to kindergarten. Defined routines and regularly scheduled activities help your child to gain awareness about what to expect each day and to become more independent in completeing tasks. Our kindergarten readiness curriculum stimulates cognitive learning, social-emotional development, language, and gross and fine motor skills through music and movement, art, dramatic play, STEM activities, manipulatives, puzzles, and books and literacy activities.
 

PreK boys in hard hats buidling a building with wooden blocks


Prek Concepts

Preschool boys in red and black shirts measuring objects

  • Visual discrimination

  • Letter recognition and their sounds

  • Story comprehension 

  • Write first and last name with appropriate use of capital and lowercase letters

  • Journal writing

  • Number recognition

  • Basic math skills including patterning, ordering, measuring and estimating

  • Scientific exploration

  • Real world exploration through dramatic play themes and props

  • Arts and crafts


A Sample Day in Prekindergarten

 

7:00-7:50          Arrival 

7:50-8:30          Breakfast

8:30-9:00          Free Choice

9:00-9:10          Circle Time

9:10-9:40          Learning Centers

9:40-10:00        Story Time / Snack 

10:00-10:30      Outdoor Play

10:30-11:30      Learning Centers 

11:30-12:00      Lunch

12:00-12:30      Outdoor Play

12:30-2:00        Quiet Time 

2:00-2:30          Story Time / Snack

2:30-3:00          Circle Time 

3:00-3:30          Learning Centers

3:30-4:00          Outdoor Play

4:00-4:30          Learning Centers 

4:30-5:30          Free Choice

Preschoolers doing a math activity on yellow paper

Kids Love Us, Parents Trust Us

PreK children eating snack


Delicious Meals & Snacks Are Provided Daily

 
A balance of protein, whole grains, fresh fruits and vegetables and 1% milk are served daily to keep your Prekindergarten happy and focused on learning. We also keep filtered water in all of the classrooms so children can get drinks whenever they desire.


We Strive To Keep Our Rooms Clean And Sanitary​

  • Toys and supplies are cleaned and disinfected throughout the day.

  • Before eating, after using the bathroom, and after playing outside, children wash their hands with supervision to ensure that they are practicing proper handwashing.

PreK kids buidling a rainbow with objects in the classroom
Preschooler in black shirt doing a number activity


Naptime Is Optional In Prek

 
Prek children are outgrowing their need for naps so parents can choose whether or not to have their child lay down for nap. If your child is tired and would like to rest, they are certainly welcome to take a nap as needed.


 


Bathroom Assistance

 
By this age, children are fully potty trained, but some may still require some assistance in the bathroom. Our teachers will teach healthy bathroom habits and encourage children to tend to themselves. If a child still needs a little help, we will assist them. Children must not rely on diapers or pull-ups to attend our prek program. 

Preschooler dressed up in a super hero cape and blue mask
PreK child playing on blue and yellow monkey bar dome


Parents Stay Up To Date With Our Parent Communication App


Daily communication is provided about your child's potty training success, diaper changes, how they ate, how they napped, and activities that they enjoyed. Easily message your child's teacher if you have questions or reminders. Management can also be directly messaged.

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