Typical Preschool Session

A typical session will include large and small group activities, story reading, dramatic play activities, computer activities, art activities, snack, and outdoor play. The preschool utilizes the following learning centers:

Group time/Individual time Easel painting/ Art table/writing center/typing center
Game table Science/discovery area Puzzles/manipulative toys and games
Lego table Math center Large wooden building blocks
Blocks/puzzel Small wooden unit block/props Sand table/sensory tubs/
Workbench Dramatic play area Musical instrument table
  Computer Library/stories on tape listening area/
story retelling props/puppets

Special activities include "Show & Tell," "Person of the Week," and field trips,

Classroom

Our classrooms each have a dramatic play area, science / puzzle area, quiet reading area, art area, music area, block area, circle time area, dining / small group area, personal storage area, and private bathrooms.

Students are a part of creating their environment. Areas are moved to better accommodate what the students are focusing on.

New materials are introduced in all of the areas throughout the year according to the students' interests.

Classrooms are arranged to offer challenging play and learning choices at a wide range of developmental levels. Learning centers allow children the opportunity to explore, problem-solve, investigate, work together as a team, and meet with success. Children are exposed to whole group work, small groups, and individual instruction each day.