Three year olds naturally wonder about the world around them. The Preprimary curriculum reflects the various interests of the children in a hands-on, nurturing, and stimulating learning environment.
Preprimary children have continual opportunities to explore, try new things, learn, and grow. Though structured and unstructured play, they interact, express their ideas and creativity, problem solve, and develop self-awareness. Math-readiness and pre-literacy activities are woven into the curriculum in developmentally appropriate ways throughout the school day. Special classes in Music, Physical Education, and Library complement our classroom activities.
Preprimary children become excited learners and build a solid social, emotional, and academic foundation.
Play gives children opportunities to understand the world, interact with others in social ways, express and control emotions, and develop their symbolic capabilities.—National Association on Educating Young Children Position Paper on Developmentally Appropriate Practice