Kids develop their cognitive skills through hands-on activities that create enthusiasm and excitement for successful learning in our preschool rooms. Contact the program director at your preferred location for more information.

Age-group overview

With at least one adult for every 10 preschoolers, your child will get the attention they need as they gear up for more structured classroom experiences.

We work with your preschooler to develop a foundation for successful learning that covers literacy, math, science, social studies, arts, technology and healthy habits.

Areas of focus

  • Pre-writing skills like increased vocabulary, letter formation and name recognition
  • Pre-reading skills like letter recognition, rhyming and alliteration
  • Math skills such as counting, shape sorting and matching patters
  • Social and emotional development that includes building peer relationships and exploring solutions to conflict
  • Physical skills, safety and activity

A typical day

When children arrive, teachers create an environment for a smooth transition from home.

Once the day gets going, kids participate in:

  • Large-group learning to explore areas of daily life, weather, letter, numbers and colors
  • Small-group learning, which expands on concepts shared in the large group and works to serve more individual needs
  • Interest-based learning that gives preschoolers the opportunity to make their own choices
  • Several transitions (washing hands before a meal, stories before nap time, etc.) that form a predictable routine, which helps preschoolers learn social skills and develop self-help abilities

At the end of the day, our staff assists children in a smooth transition out of the classroom. Parents get information and updates on how the day went for your preschooler. To help with name recognition and literacy development, children sign themselves out for the day (along with a parent).

Available programs