Language & Literacy
Children build vocabulary through conversations and begin to understand simple directions.
Children begin to explore number sets, experiment with shapes, sort by colors, and build reasoning skills.
Beginners gain independence as they learn to verbalize wants and needs. They learn about taking turns and labeling emotions in self and others.
Children begin to learn to use their hands and eyes together to complete fine motor tasks. Children begin to sustain balance during simple movement activities.
Children explore instruments, dance to music, and show a preference for familiar songs. Children create multi-sensory art and engage in pretend play.
Children explore animal habitats, use scientific vocabulary, and begin to explore engineering. Children use tools to investigate objects and materials.
Citizens of the World
Children explore similarities and differences between themselves and others and learn Spanish vocabulary for colors, shapes, and greetings.
Beginners (2-3 yrs)
The Beginner program introduces more routine and structure to the children’s activities and schedule. Your child will build vocabulary, learn functional mathematical skills, and will be encouraged to use simple reasoning to explain everyday occurrences.
The concepts of social studies, diversity, and Spanish are introduced as our Beginners examine and explore the world around them.