Ages 3-4 Years
Discover, Learn, and Play Every Day!
Students will explore the Five Senses curriculum. The Five Senses Curriculum has been successful in helping the children to advance their learning skills through songs, poems, music & games. The most important factor in the success of our curriculum is that it focuses on the whole child. It helps their Social, Emotional, Physical, Language, and cognitive skills.
- Language Development Advancement: Implementing activities that expand vocabulary, promote storytelling, and encourage basic sentence construction to advance language skills.
- Social Skills and Team Play: Facilitating group activities that emphasize teamwork, cooperation, and communication to strengthen social skills and foster positive peer interactions.
- Fine and Gross Motor Mastery: Providing opportunities for refining fine motor skills through intricate arts and crafts, while also encouraging the mastery of gross motor skills through active play and sports.
- Cognitive Challenges: Introducing more complex puzzles, games, and activities that stimulate cognitive growth, problem-solving, and critical thinking.
- Expressive Arts Exploration: Offering a variety of creative arts experiences, including drama, music, and dance, to encourage self-expression and exploration of different art forms.
- Early Literacy and Numeracy Exposure: Introducing early literacy concepts like letter recognition and basic numeracy skills through age-appropriate educational games and activities.
- Emotional Intelligence Development: Supporting emotional intelligence by providing tools for identifying and managing emotions, as well as promoting empathy and understanding of others’ feelings.
- Independent Decision-Making: Encouraging independence in decision-making, problem-solving, and taking responsibility for personal belongings and actions.
- Structured Learning Opportunities: Introducing structured learning sessions that include circle time, story time, and other routines to enhance focus, concentration, and time management skills.
- Introduction to Basic Concepts: Building on foundational concepts in science, math, and the world around them through age-appropriate experiments, counting activities, and themed exploration.
At our preschool, we are dedicated to providing a stimulating environment that encourages curiosity, supports social and emotional development, and prepares 3 to 4-year-olds for a successful transition into more structured learning environments.