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Welcome to our Pre-Kindergarten curriculum, thoughtfully designed to stimulate your child's cognitive, physical, and socio-emotional growth in a nurturing environment. Our curriculum is tailored to prepare your child for the exciting journey of formal education ahead. At the heart of our program, you'll find an emphasis on language and literacy development, math readiness, and scientific exploration.

Additionally, we foster creativity through art and music and encourage physical development through engaging activities. Our curriculum, built on hands-on, interactive learning experiences, will instill a love of learning while ensuring your child develops crucial skills. Trust us to provide your child with a well-rounded, comprehensive pre-Kindergarten experience that will lay a solid foundation for their future academic success.

In our center, your child's health and well-being are at the heart of everything we do. We go above and beyond to uphold rigorous health and safety standards, creating a clean, secure, and nurturing space where your little ones can thrive and develop to their fullest potential.

Movement, Sensory, and Motor Development
Movement, sensory, and motor development are critical to the overall growth of pre-kindergarten children. These skills help children better understand their environment, coordinate their actions, and develop their physical abilities. Our curriculum is structured to offer a variety of activities like Structured and Unstructured Physical Activities,  Outdoor Games, Dance, Crafting, Manipulative Play, and Sensory Exploration Stations.
Cognitive Development
Our cognitive development curriculum focuses on building skills to help them understand the world around them. This involves development in areas such as problem-solving, logical thinking, memory, and attention. Educators use a variety of strategies and activities like Thinking Routines, Puzzles and Logic games, Construction and Building activities, Story Problems, Memory games, and Role Play.
Personal, Social and Emotional Skills
Children's personal, social, and emotional development is a key aspect of Pre-K education. It contributes to a child's sense of self, helps them form and maintain relationships, and fosters an understanding of their own and others' emotions. Through this curriculum, children can develop a sense of self-confidence, learn to navigate social interactions and understand and manage their emotions with activities like self-understanding and independence activities, cooperative play, sharing and taking turns, role-playing about rules and consequences, and stories and discussions about emotions.
Language, Literacy, and Communication
Our Pre-K Language, Literacy, and Communication curriculum is designed to foster language acquisition, literacy skills, effective communication, and pre-writing and pre-reading skills. This curriculum is designed to create a language-rich environment where children can explore language and literacy in a meaningful context. It includes activities like rich conversations, show and tell, storytime, letter recognition, emergent writing, and role play.
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Math and Science
Our Math and Science curriculum focuses on introducing basic mathematical concepts, fostering scientific thinking, and encouraging natural world exploration. Learning is achieved through a mixture of guided activities and hands-on exploration of number recognition and counting, shapes and spatial awareness, patterns and sequencing, simple addition and subtraction, exploration and observation, experiments, and nature exploration.
Creative Arts
Our Creative Arts curriculum encourages children's self-expression, creativity, and imagination through various art forms. The goal is to foster a positive attitude towards the arts, cultivate creative thinking, and develop fine motor skills. The emphasis is on the creative process rather than the final product to encourage experimentation and risk-taking. Possible activities include drawing and painting, collage and sculpture, Art appreciation, Drama and role play, Music and Movement, puppetry, and imaginative play.
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