Toddlers are children from approximately two to three years of age. During this age, children begin to play together, sit for circle time, and group time. The teachers plan a curriculum based on a theme, in which they incorporate language, music, art, math, and science activities to enhance all areas of development (social, cognitive, language, gross and fine motor, self-help skills). Children learn to become more independent in self-help skills, including eating, dressing, using the bathroom, etc.
Pre-school children are three to five years of age and are completely potty trained. Children participate in preschool activities to prepare for Kindergarten. The teachers plan a curriculum to facilitate skills in all areas of development, including social, cognitive, fine and gross motor, self-help skills, and language skills. Academic areas include pre-reading, art, music, movement, science, and math. Each month there is a different theme (i.e. ocean life, zoo animals, farm animals, dinosaurs, space, transportation, community workers, safety, etc.).
After-school children range in ages from four to nine years of age. Children participate in age appropriate activities that will compliment the lessons of their primary schools. In a more relaxed atmosphere, children will participate in art activities, musical activities, board games, computer games, reading activities, and homework help.
Last modified: Jan 31, 2012