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3 turning 4 during current school year September 1st - August 31st

1:8 ratio


Maximum Group Size 16

Preschool boys playing at the sensory table

Preschool Is An Exciting Time For Young Learners

Preschoolers love to pretend and imitate the world around them. The curriculum we use encompasses play based activities, themed centers, and supports, that nurture and challenge little learners. Our classroom is filled with toys, props, and activities to encourage their imaginations to blossom.

Preschool Learning Goals

Learning goals for Preschoolers are centered on fundamental skills across different developmental areas. Some specific goals involve:

Language Development

Increasing vocabulary, understanding basic grammar rules, and using language to express thoughts and feelings.

Early Literacy

Recognizing letters and beginning sounds, exploring books and stories, and developing an interest in reading.


Counting objects up to 10 or higher, recognizing numbers, understanding basic concepts of addition and subtraction (e.g., combining or taking away objects).

Social Skills

Engaging in cooperative play, taking turns, sharing, and beginning to understand and navigate social relationships.

Emotional Development

Identifying and expressing emotions, learning to manage feelings such as frustration or excitement, and developing empathy for others.

Fine and Gross Motor Skills

Refining eye-hand coordination through activities such as drawing, cutting, and threading beads, and improving balance, agility, and strength through activities like running, jumping, and climbing.

Cognitive Skills

Developing problem-solving abilities through simple puzzles and games, recognizing patterns, and categorizing objects based on attributes like shape, color, and size.

Independence and Self-Help Skills

Beginning to dress independently, using the toilet with minimal assistance, and participating in simple chores or tasks.

Creativity and Imagination

Engaging in imaginative play, storytelling, and artistic activities to express creativity and explore the world around them.


Curiosity and Exploration

Encouraging curiosity about their environment, fostering a sense of wonder, and providing opportunities for hands-on exploration and discovery.

These learning goals are achieved through a blend of structured activities, learning through play, and supportive engagements with educators.

Preschool girls pretending to bake cookies

Preschool Sample Daily Schedule

​7:00-8:00          Free Choice 
8:00-8:30          Breakfast
8:30-9:00          Free Choice
9:00-9:20         Circle Time
9:20-9:50          Learning Centers
9:50-10:00        Story Time 
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        Nap / 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


Child Pilot App

Our Parent Communication App Keeps You In The Know

Daily communication is provided about your child's potty training success, meals, naps, and activities that they enjoyed. You can also easily message your child's teacher or management through our user-friendly app.

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