Preschoolers will experience various activities that will introduce them to developmental concepts such as:
LANGUAGE AND LITERACY—
Learning to associate sounds with written words, identifying sounds and all letters of alphabet, and learning to write their name and familiar words, as well as shapes, numbers, colors and so much more!
Learning to match, sort, make comparisons between objects and understand complex concepts like over, under, behind, and in front.
LEARNING ABOUT THE WORLD & SCIENCE —
Participation in simple investigations, beginning to predict results based on past experiences, and learning the importance of collecting, describing, and recording information.
APPROACHES TO LEARNING —
Developing an eagerness to learn about new ideas, maintaining concentration despite distractions, and increasing the ability to find more than one solution to a question or problem.
PHYSICAL HEALTH & DEVELOPMENT —
Increasing hand/eye coordination by throwing, catching and bouncing balls, growing independence in personal hygiene and using pencils, markers, scissors, and paintbrushes with increased control.