Math – Little learners develop a conceptual understanding of math as they manipulate materials and practice counting, adding, and subtracting. They identify patterns, shapes, and numbers.
Reading & Writing – Students explore letters and sounds in purposeful ways as they learn to write, trace, copy, draw, and read.
Science & Social Studies – Simple hands-on experiments as well as examining real-world objects helps students learn to observe, predict, classify, compare, and question.
Blocks – Size, shape, and space are all explored through play with blocks.
Art – Students can creatively express their feelings and ideas while engaging fine and gross motor skills.
Sensory Exploration – Hands-on activities like sorting and measuring help strengthen vocabulary and fine motor skills.
Dramatic Play – Imaginations ignite as students work on everything from social skills to problem-solving.
Additional areas of study and activities include:
- Handwriting Without Tears