We would strive to stimulate the development of the
whole child by applying these goals:.
1.TO ENCOURAGE A SMOOTH TRANSITION-
To provide an atmosphere where the children will feel happy, and comfortable.
To work towards the child becoming self-disciplined, self-guided or self-directed through providing learning activities in making judgements and decisions.
3. GET ALONG WITH OTHERS-
To provide an atmosphere where there are "happy experiences."
4. DEVELOP A POSITIVE SELF-CONCEPT-
To have the child feel good about him/herself with the initial adjustment to new people, places.
5. LEARN TO GIVE, SHARE, AS WELL AS RECEIVE AFFECTION -
To help the child feel secure and loved in his/her environment.
6. DEVELOP FINE AND GROSS MOTOR SKILLS -
To challenge these while giving guidance and support.
7. TO STIMULATE CHILD -
Through encouragement of curiosity, thinking, reasoning, and gathering of information.
A. SENSORY MOTOR DEVELOPMENT HAND EYE CO-ORDINATION:
1. Art-cutting, pasting, creative drawing, painting.
3. Play-dough, sand box, water table
4. Building toys
B. LARGE MUSCLE DEVELOPMENT:
1. Block play
2. Dancing, creative movement activities
3.Music and Movement:
Dance Teacher, Gym Teacher, Zumba Kids
4. Games(non competitive)
5. Outdoor play
6. Parachute play
1. Seasons - nature
2. Math concepts-shapes and number recognition, fun with graphing
3. Color-color days
4. Computer play-discovering computers
5. Cooking-measuring and mixing
D. SOCIAL SCIENCE:
1. Self Image-senses and emotions
2. Name and letter recognition, phonics-
3's: Scholastic letter books.
PreK: Beginning to Read, Write and Listen
3. Scholastic’s learning withClifford
:5. Community Helpers "people in the neighborhood"
6. Other Special days: Author days, Beach days, etc.
7. Field Trips
8. Guest Speakers
A Child-centered, Holistic Approach
Our teachers develop age-appropriate activities that introduce and strengthen academic and social skills.