Out Comes

Reading Readness

Oral language development; readiness for books; discrimination of sounds; repeating a pattern; discrimination of letters; ability to recognize rhyming words; ability to retell stories and past experiences; and most importantly, the discovery that reading can be a great source of pleasure and fun.

Math Readiness

Concepts of big and small, few and many, more than and less than; basic numbers 1-10 and 1-100; telephone numbers; addresses; simple addition and subtraction; calendars; telling time; money concepts; introduction to calculators and computers; geometric shapes; and measuring. A variety of learning activities are provided to make learning more fun.


Primary and secondary colors; cutting and pasting and gluing; painting with different kinds of media and textures; weaving; paper mache; mobiles; holiday projects; seasonal themes and personal creations. Not only is art a lot of fun, it also promotes visual motor coordination.


Lessons consist of a variety of simple experiments and experiences. It involves investigating, listening, and manipulating. It also means asking questions. The children will be introduced to pets, plants, planets, the change of seasons, the five senses, night and day, and much more. The opportunities are endless.


The children are introduced to songs and musical instruments. Concepts of rhythm (fast and slow), pitch (high and low), and volume (loud and soft) is experienced. Children are encouraged to participate during circle time and during large motor activities.