Preparing your little explorer for the new challenges ahead
Our Kindergarten Readiness program is approved by the Maryland State Department of Education. We implement the Big-Day in Pre-K Curriculum, with an emphasis on STEM and conservation. This program is designed to enhance the overall educational experience of each child by focusing on the individual uniqueness of each student.
Areas of Developmental Growth:
Socialization - To connect with others in various social settings that allows one to develop a harmonious relationship with their peers. Creative promotes this growth through themed team projects.
Emotional - To develop confidence that builds independence and curiosity that encourages mature and cooperative behavior.
Language - To communicate with others by verbally expressing their thoughts and opinions to their peers. Creative promotes this growth through various exploration lessons offered throughout the year.
Cognitive - To utilize prior Knowledge as a foundation for learning to integrate and organize sensory experiences and new information in order to question, make decisions, and solve problems.
Movement - To meticulously engage in specific physical activities while consciously considering their safety and awareness to others.
Creativity - To integrate and express their feelings through various forms of art. Creative promotes this growth by using themed based art projects.
Our Hands-On Curriculum involves students to be actively involved in projects that are subject to our weekly themes. Our Preschool Curriculum at this stage ranges from involvement of transportation needs, scientific experiences, math and counting solutions, literature readiness skills ensures that each student has the ability to absorb these curriculum topics, at their diversified pace.
Journals - Parents are encouraged to be actively involved with your child's progress. Each child in this program is expected to complete Take-Home projects that focus on educational lessons taught in the classroom. Our Take-Home Journal encourages the child to be responsible and independent. At the end of the year, the Journal is used to reflect on the overall growth and development of each student.
Learning Centers - Each Learning Center is specifically designed to encourage an educational experience for each child. Our Learning Centers included in our Preschool Program include of, but not limited to:
Math Center Block Play Center Technology Center
Listening Center Art Center Dramatic Play
Manipulatives Computer Center Science Center
Writing Center Library Center