Eight dynamic learning centers give children the chance to develop significant skills and experience a variety of hands-on activities.
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For active little achievers, Preschool is an essential part of the journey to elementary school, and future academic success. Hands-on early childhood learning experiences help children develop key school readiness skills.
Our Preschool program focuses on:
Exploring different art techniques, concepts of color, and cooperating with others are highlighted in this creative setting.
Building with different materials helps children build hand-eye coordination and learn to count, sort, and pattern items.
Imaginative pretend play enhances early writing and reading skills, as children learn to express their emotions and make sense of real life.
Early math concepts, such as recognizing numbers, counting, comparing, sorting, and ordering are explored by children in this center.
While cooperating and communicating with others, children develop physical coordination through moving, dancing, and singing.
Exploring plants, animals, weather, the seasons and other science areas enable children to develop observation and questioning skills.
Children develop their literacy skills in this center, as they work on important skills such as print awareness, story comprehension, and listening.
Essential communication and early writing skills are developed by exploring rhymes and sounds, letter recognition and formation.
Our Young Achievers™ educational curriculum for kids follows the HighScope philosophy. The foundation of the HighScope approach is active learning—in which students have direct, hands-on experiences with people, materials, and ideas—and a robust Plan-Do-Review process. Our digital lesson planning tool generates customized curriculum, based on teachers observing and assessing children, while children achieve milestones across 10 developmental scales:
Measuring the ability to set goals, plan, interact with others and with the environment.
Measuring the ability to demonstrate ideas and feelings with music, movement, visual arts, and drama.
Measuring expressive and receptive vocabulary and using conversation skills and vocabulary for effective communication.
Measuring alphabet knowledge, reading and writing skills, and phonological awareness.
Measuring the ability to sequence, solve problems, and use symbolic and critical-thinking skills.
Measuring the ability to understand numbers, patterns, sorting, and ordering, plus using numbers to add, subtract, measure, and graph.
Measuring understanding of the natural and physical world, as well as skills related to observing, describing, predicting, and gathering data.
Measuring ability to understand themselves, their families, communities, and their world.
Measuring fine and gross motor skills and understanding health and nutrition.
Measuring self-awareness and showing respect and empathy for others.
Knowing what to expect helps children feel certain that their needs will be met—not just today, but every day...
Dr. Susan Canizares