Curriculum

Toddler Class

A wonderful play group and introduction to preschool for your toddler! Toddlers are introduced to an environment they enjoy exploring. Sensory toys, beginning puzzles, art, dramatic play, books, and plenty of outdoor time are just some of the things your child will be exposed to while they are learning through play. Group experiences include songs, puppets, and a variety of music and rhythm exercises.

2-3 Class

The curriculum for this class encourages children to learn through experiences including art, dramatic play, large and small motor activities, sensory experimentation, and music/movement. Play in the classroom and outdoors is child-centered and self-initiated. Overall themes are developed by the educator and supported by parent curriculum assistants.

3-4 Class

We utilize the Second Step early program in our 3-4 class. This program is designed to help guide children to learn, practice, and apply skills for self-regulation and social emotional competence.

Our 3-4 class is based around themes that focus on the child and the world around him/her. The themes are explored by the small group activities, art, music, sensory bins, dramatic play, independent and group play, and story time. Song and dance continue to be important but are given great meaning by relating them to favorite books, felt board stories, simple group games, and other interactive activities.

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The Music Together curriculum allows children to learn music in developmentally appropriate ways. It supports their cognitive, emotional, social, and physical development; enhances the classroom experience; gives parents enjoyable and significant ways to nurture their child’s development; and enhances happiness and well-being in the school community.

Pre-K Class

The focus of this class continues to be learning through play, but is geared to ease the transition to kindergarten through preparedness. Children receive an introduction to number and letter sounds/recognition while continuing to explore themes in the world around us through group games, drawing, painting, writing, song and dance. Social relationships are explored through dramatic play, group activities and outdoor play.

Music Together Logo

The Music Together curriculum allows children to learn music in developmentally appropriate ways. It supports their cognitive, emotional, social, and physical development; enhances the classroom experience; gives parents enjoyable and significant ways to nurture their child’s development; and enhances happiness and well-being in the school community.