Children 18 months to 3 of age years possess a wonderful desire to explore their environment. Everything they experience, they must observe, touch, hear and say. Our toddler community is a loving and caring extension of the child’s home environment, enabling and encouraging the free and comfortable exploration essential to this age.
It is also in the toddler class where children learn basic classroom rules such as receiving a lesson, working at a table, manners, social grace and courtesy and potty training. Children become independent by learning practical life skills such as putting on their shoes, wiping a spill, pouring water, among many others. The toddler environment is the recommended foundation that makes transitioning into the primary class simple and easy.
Children ages 3 to 6 years (includes Kindergarten students) learn a variety of curriculum areas such as language, math, science, geography, music, art, social studies, culture, botany, practical life activities, etc. Essentially, this program provides the child a solid foundation in required areas for future learning.
Each lesson is appropriately introduced by the lead teacher on an individual basis, based on the child’s abilities. The classroom is carefully prepared to promote creative learning, socialization, self-guided studies and independence. Each lesson invites the child to work at his/her own pace until the work is completed satisfactorily.