Preschool curriculum is provided by 123…Learn Preschool Program. We include preschool for all students. Your child is unique. We recognize they may want to participate in some preschool activities before they are 3 years old. We make sure your child has access to the projects they are ready to do, following the desires of your child. Every activity is listed on your child’s personal day sheet. We provide this schedule for you everyday to inform you on what your child was exposed to throughout their day. Parents have told us it is a joy to talk over this page as they eat dinner or settle down for the day. When children are asked about their day they can not usually recall the specifics. This is because ability to prioritize the knowledge is not yet developed. Their daily sheet helps children with comprehension practice because you, as a parent, ask about specific events of the day.
123 Learn Curriculum contains; seasonal projects, stories, letters, numbers, shapes, colors, all about me, community helpers and a lot more.
Our Additional Activities Include:
Art – Students experience through the use of art materials creativity and self expression of ideas and feelings.
Cooking – Children of all ages love to cook and help in the kitchen. They will be involved in some aspect of meal preparation planning and serving.
Dramatic Play – Students have opportunities to recreate their world by dressing up and participating in role-playing activities.
Music – Different types of music are introduced through games, singing, listening, creative movement and finger play.
Science – Students learn about nature and their world by observing, exploring and comparing a variety of materials.
Mathematics – Through a variety of manipulative and table games, students learn to count, match, sort, compare and order.
Reading/writing – Students are encouraged to explore books in our library as well as listen to stories read aloud. A variety of writing tools and paper mediums are provided for fine motor skills development.
Language – Students are given opportunities to practice and learn basic American Sign Language through flash cards, books and demonstrations.
Ethics – Students are given ethical response cues to the issues they face everyday.
Outdoor Play – The use of the climber, sandbox and playground challenges the physical abilities of the students. We go outside every day.