"Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world". Nelson Mandela
Infants - (LARVA)
Infants and mobile toddlers learn best in environments where they can have secure relationships with caring and responsive adults, and where they feel safe and free to explore and learn. Our babies are made to feel safe, secure, and happy. This class gives warm, caring teachers an opportunity to bond and develop trust with little ones. Each child has a primary caregiver who will guide your child’s development and be your main point of contact.
Children will enjoy:
Warm, nurturing environment
Stimulating activities with educational toys
Researched based- milestone-based curriculum
Our teachers use The Creative Curriculum® to guide your infants through discovering and understanding the world around them. Children are encouraged to learn through play and engaging, hands on experiences.
Sensory Stimulation Through Music And Language
Being exposed to music, language and creativity on a regular basis helps your baby’s body and mind work together while improving their socio-emotional and intellectual skills. We’re always singing, dancing and narrating fun stories to keep little ones engaged.
Hygiene And Cleanliness Are Of The Utmost Priority
Our infant classrooms are designated shoeless zones and the in-house housekeeping staff regularly deep clean floors and carpets to ensure that your baby is in the cleanest possible environment as they crawl and explore.
2-Year Old Preschool Class - (CATERPILLAR)
Who Are These Toddlers?
The world revolves around them. They are babies who are bosses, learning control but yet get confused by boundaries. They want to be independent but yet keep an adult close in case they are afraid. They like you only if you feed them. They need security always and love when they chose you. They are here to have fun and to exercise their independence and to show you how much they know.
Emergent uses The Creative Curriculum in our toddler program. This is a research-based curriculum that defines goals in four areas of development:
Social-Emotional: Helps children develop independence, self-confidence, and self- control, follow rules and routines, make friends, and learn what it means to be part of a group.
Physical: Increases children’s large muscle skills, such as balancing, running, jumping, throwing, and catching; and engages small muscles in their hands to do tasks, such as buttoning, stringing beads, cutting, drawing, and writing.
Cognitive: Develops critical thinking skills, such as the ability to solve problems, ask questions, and think logically (sorting, classifying, comparing, counting, and making patterns and to use materials and their imagination to show what they have learned).
Language: Uses words to communicate with others, listen to and participate in conversations with others, understand the purpose of print, recognize letters and words, and begin writing for a purpose. We accomplish our goals through the activities planned, thoughtful classroom arrangements, age appropriate selections of toys and materials, established routines, and interactions with children.
Refining Little Personalities And Socio-Emotional Skills
Your toddlers will be treated with kindness and respect as teachers help them learn the values of patience, sharing, caring and integrity. They will role model peer interactions and become better equipped to form healthy, meaningful relationships.
Refining Gross Motor Skills Outdoors
Your little ones will get plenty of time to run, jump and play with their friends on action-packed outdoor playgrounds.
3-Year Old Preschool Class - (PUPA or CHRYSALIS)
The Third Stage: Pupa
The pupa stage is one of the coolest stages of a butterfly’s life. As soon as a caterpillar is done growing and they have reached their full length/weight, they form themselves into a pupa, also known as a chrysalis. From the outside of the pupa, it looks as if the caterpillar may just be resting, but the inside is where all of the action is. Inside of the pupa, the caterpillar is rapidly changing. Within the chrysalis the old body parts of the caterpillar are undergoing a remarkable transformation, called ‘metamorphosis,’ to become the beautiful parts that make up the butterfly that will emerge. Tissue, limbs and organs of a caterpillar have all been changed by the time the pupa is finished, and is now ready for the final stage of a butterfly’s life cycle.
Helping Your Preschooler’s Potential Shine
Revealing The Strengths Your Child Was Born With, And Getting Ready For Kindergarten. How we apply this theory: Researched Based Curriculum (Creative Curriculum) with supplemented Language Arts Curriculum (Core Knowledge). By intentional planning the inquiry. Facilitating the discussions. Testing different theories towards the students conclusion. Facilitating documentation towards their initial conclusion, testing theory and supporting their conclusion with real-life experiences.
Daily Movement, Music, Art, Storytime and Learning The Basics Of Literacy, Math And Science
Singing, dancing and artistic expression is incorporated into our weekly themes to allow your preschoolers’ creativity to flourish. These activities help them develop their five senses, practice balance and coordination and refine their fine motor skills!
Our teachers use principles from The Creative Curriculum® and STEAM to help your children develop critical thinking and learn at their own pace through play. They’ll build a solid foundation of language, pre-reading and math skills ahead of their entry to Kindergarten.
PREK- Kindergarten Class - (BUTTERFLY)
The adult Butterfly is the FOURTH and final stage of life cycle of a butterfly.
When a butterfly emerges from a chrysalis its wings are wet and wrinkled. The butterfly hangs with its wings down and starts pumping a liquid called HEMOLYMPH to their wings so that they become big and strong. After a few hours the butterfly became ready to take its first flight.
Child-Led Lessons To Help Them Learn
We understand the importance of children being children and following your child’s natural interests to enrich their learning experience. This approach also builds confidence and motivates your child’s desire for discovery. Singing, dancing and artistic expression is incorporated into our weekly themes to allow your preschoolers’ creativity to flourish. These activities help them develop their five senses, practice balance and coordination and refine their fine motor skills!
Your Child's Learning Starts With Relationships
We also believe families do best when they’re supported, trust us, and feel respected. These values lay a lasting foundation for delivering a joyful, quality of early childhood education because learning starts with loving. We also teach your preschoolers the importance of patience, caring, sharing and kindness. They’ll learn how to take responsibility for their own actions while building their self help skills.
Learning The Basics Of Literacy, Math And Science
Our teachers use principles from The Creative Curriculum® and STEAM to help your kids develop critical thinking and learn at their own pace through play. They’ll build a solid foundation of language, pre-reading and math skills ahead of their entry to Kindergarten.