Preschool and Pre-K Programs

Especially for Children’s Preschool and Pre-Kindergarten Programs focus on four aspects of children’s development: social-emotional, cognitive, physical and language. Our play-based Learning Curriculum develops specific skills within each of these categories including:

  • Self awareness
  • Responsibility for self and others
  • Prosocial behavior
  • Learning and problem solving
  • Logical thinking
  • Listening and speaking
  • Reading and writing
  • Gross and fine motors skills

Preschool and Pre-K children learn through play. (For more information on the benefits of play-based learning to children’s intellectual and social-emotional development, check out our Parent Resources section.) We encourage children to develop their skills through activities in:

  • Blocks
  • Toys and Games
  • Dramatic Play
  • Art
  • Library
  • Writing Center
  • Sand and Water
  • Music and Movement
  • Cooking
  • Computer
  • Outdoors

Parent Communication

Parents of preschool and pre-k children receive daily classroom emails with highlights from the day. Weekly classroom newsletters describe the learning themes and goals for the week. We hold parent/teacher conferences two times a year to discuss your child’s progress toward age-appropriate developmental goals, including kindergarten readiness. Our school directors and teaching staff are dedicated to open communication with you as your child prepares for the challenges and opportunities of kindergarten and the next phase of his or her learning.