Classrooms

Infants

This classroom daily schedule will consist of activities developmentally appropriate to their age, including, but not limited to sensory perceptual motor skills, language art/music, manipulatives, gross motor skills, fine motor skills, and feedings whenever needed.

Toddlers

This classroom daily schedule will consist of activities developmentally appropriate to their age, including, but not limited to music and movement, stories and songs, large muscle play, circle time, and learning centers. 

Young 3 Year Olds

This classroom is great for a first-time transition away from home.  With an emphasis on social and emotional growth, students learn to navigate fine motor skills, pre-writing, letter recognition, counting, colors, and shapes.

Ages 3 and 4

This class serves as a building block from the threes classroom.  While encompassing the same basic content, our students experience these skills at the next level.  They begin independent play and socialization while being given more opportunities to learn problem solving skills and utilize them in the classroom.  Academically, this class introduces more cognitive skills including reasoning, name recognition, as well as the process of forming and writing letters.

Ages 4 and 5

The classroom for our four and five year old students offers an in-depth focus on the skills and abilities acquired in our younger classes.  They are challenged to complete tasks more independently while being offered opportunities to attempt new things and build confidence.  This class continues to review basic preschool skills while introducing pre-reading skills as well.  This class actively helps students make progress towards an appropriate skill level in preparation for kindergarten.