The hands-on, theme-based curriculum planned by the teacher allows the learner
varied opportunities to become involved in activities of great interest.
The child will gain experience with math concepts (such as counting, sorting,
measuring, shape and space, ordering, one-to-one correspondence, etc.) through games,
activities and manipulatives.
Language development will increase as books are read and discussed,
letters are presented and listening skills are encouraged. At the same time the child will
learn to function as part of a group. Through science exploration and discovery
the child will learn more about the world while creative art and music
activities will help to provide a well-rounded program.
This challenging learning environment will engage the learner
and provide the atmosphere for optimal development to occur.