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MORNING

9:30am-12:30pm

Included:

  • Lessons

  • Lunch

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HALF DAY

7:30am-12:30pm

Included:

  • Breakfast

  • Lessons

  • Lunch

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FULL DAY

7:30am-5:30pm

Included:

  • Breakfast

  • Lessons

  • Lunch

  • Afternoon Snack

SCHEDULES WE OFFER

Schedules can be customized to work for you, dependent upon open availability.

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STORYBOOK CURRICULUM

INFANT FIRST STEPS

for ages 18 months- 2 years

Daily lessons include:

  • Puzzles 

  • Coloring

  • Learning colors and shapes

  • Learning circle songs to learn our ABCs, numbers, days of the week, months of the year and our  seasons.   

  • Circle time with all ages where we do games, exercise, dancing, learn about feelings, learning new languages, and food groups just to name a few.

TODDLER STEPPING STONES 
for age 3

Daily lessons include:

  • Learning circle songs to learn our ABCs, numbers, days of the week, months of the year and our  seasons.   

  • Colors and shapes

  • Tracing and writing 

  • Coloring

  • Cutting

  • Pasting

  • Puzzles

  • Circle time with all ages where we do games, exercise, dancing, learn about feelings, learning new languages, and food groups just to name a few.

PRESCHOOL BUILDING BLOCKS

for ages  4-5

Daily lessons include:

  • Every week we have a different theme which we integrate into our lessons.  

  • Learning circle songs to learn our ABCs, numbers, days of the week, months of the year and our  seasons.

  • Science

  • Math

  • Social studies

  • Language

  • Worksheet or craft that correlates with our weekly theme.

  • Circle time with all ages where we do games, exercise, dancing, learn about feelings, learning new languages, and food groups just to name a few.

ADDITIONAL CLASS OPTIONS

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AVAILABLE ON WEDNESDAYS.  PARENTS MUST SIGN UP AND PAY SEPARATELY FOR PROGRAM 

Our learning environments include:

  • Building blocks of various sizes and materials​.

  • Materials and time for dramatic, imaginative play.

  • Manipulative table toys.

  • Dedicated art room with materials and tools to inspire creative exploration.

  • Sensory play materials, including sand and water.

  • Several well-stocked library areas.

  • Music and movement activities and exercises.

  • Cooking experiences.

  • Computer exploration.

  • Outdoor and gross motor play.

  • A comfortable quiet area for the child who needs to be alone.

  • Daily lessons which include foundations of math, science, social studies, creative art, language arts, music, movement, and dramatic play with age-appropriate educational concepts

Activities, experiences, and teacher-child interactions are constantly being measured and evaluated in terms of the following programs goals:

  • Development of a positive self-concept

  • Respect for the individuality and rights of others

  • Positive ways of interacting with both peers and adult

  • Acceptance and healthy expression of both positive and negative feelings

  • Growth of independence and self-sufficiency

  • Growth of creative thinking and problem solving

  • Cognitive growth and development

  • Emergent literacy development

  • Small and large muscle development

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