Language & Literacy
Children build vocabulary through literacy-based discussions, experiment with different letter sounds, and explore characters and story plots.
Children explore number concepts and practice comparing, classifying, and interpreting simple graphs. Children begin using number lines.
Children learn to follow directions, take turns, and develop friendships. Children begin to engage in social interactions and regulate emotions with support.
Intermediate students complete complex fine motor tasks and improve balance through complex body movement exercises.
Children are introduced to art, artists, music, and musicians. Children engage in open-ended experiences inspiring self-expression and creative thinking.
Students begin to perform experiments, make predictions, test solutions, and begin to understand that natural changes occur.
Citizens of the World
Children demonstrate acceptance of people who are similar and different from themselves and understand that all families have unique characteristics.
Intermediates (3-4 yrs)
Our Intermediates have many opportunities to explore learning centers and engage in authentic writing experiences. Your child will be introduced to literacy concepts and expand upon mathematical thinking and scientific inquiry through hands-on materials and exploration. Children will begin to practice social-emotional skills and independently navigate their classroom community.