Curriculum


Music
The children will experience the joy of singing, creative movement and acting out musical dramatizations.
The will learn to feel different rhythms and beat time. Music is used to teach such concepts as phonics science, and even math.

Phonics, Reading and Language Skills

The children learn the alphabet and the phonic sounds. Many learn to read as they are ready. The children's ability to express themselves, to communicate and learn is greatly increased through vocabulary building and through visual, auditory and conceptual development.

Science and History

Children have a natural curiosity about the world around them. This area not only gives them a wealth of new knowledge, but greatly increases their vocabulary.

Math Concepts

The children learn the one-to-one concept and quantities. They learn to recognize numbers and to add and subtract. Activities are also used to help them think logically and develop long term memory.

Arts and Crafts

The children learn to use scissors, brush paints, finger paints, glue and crayons in many types of art projects. They are taught to see lines and shapes in the object and to be creative.

Social Development and Free Play

One of the greatest attributes a person can have is the ability to socialize and communicate with others. These skills can be taught at this young age. We have fun, creative toys and activities for the children to enjoy.

Perceptual Motor Activities

The skills and self esteem gained in movement activities can make important contributions to a child's academic and social success as well as to his abilities to participate in sports later in life.



 As a child gains confidence in his ability to perform in these areas, a marvelous thing happens: he feels good about himself and develops a positive self image. His ability to learn increases and his desire to achieve is magnified.