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Infants

Students in the infant room learn through explorative play. They develop fine motor skills while learning to color, paint, and do other craft projects. Gross motor skills are strengthened as the children move from tummy time, sitting up, crawling and standing up toward walking, running and climbing.

Toddlers

The Toddler class is introduced to learning shapes, colors, and letter sounds through Circle Time and activities in our Math, Reading, and Art Classrooms. Each semester, the students focus on different topics. Semester One is Colors, Semester Two has a focus on Shapes, and Semester Three has a focus on Animals.

Pre-School

The Pre-School class is dedicated to learning shapes, colors, and letter sounds through Circle time and activities in our Math, Reading, and Art Classrooms. Each semester, the students focus on different topics. Semester One is Colors, Semester Two has a focus on Shapes, and Semester Three has a focus on Animals.

After School Program

Students in both the After School and Summer programs are given the freedom of partaking in activities or the choice to observe and/or read books. Students rotate through activities in the Science, Math, Art, and Reading areas. This helps them to keep their minds active in the Summer as well as reviewing things learned in the past year.

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