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PRE-KINDERGARTEN

Pre-Kindergarten Program (Age 4 by December 31st)

The last year before kindergarten is a time of enormous and exciting growth. As a parent, you want your child to enjoy this stage while building the right skills for the steps ahead. We offer a program that gives you both; teachers who cherish this important time, and curriculum recognized by parents and teachers for helping children build the social and academic skills needed to be ready for school.

Our Pre-Kindergarten Program is designed to position students to excel in kindergarten, focusing on mastering kindergarten-level science, technology, engineering, the arts, and mathematics skills. Technology is incorporated into the classroom with tablets and SMART Boards, allowing teachers to engage children in meaningful activities that reinforce academic lessons.

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Experiences To Inspire A Love Of Learning

Our research-based kindergarten prep program has been carefully designed to meet children’s unique needs while preparing them for elementary school.

Program highlights include:

  • Teachers who encourage children to reach developmental and academic milestones

  • Creative, hands-on, and project-based learning

  • Support for core pre-academic areas including literacy, mathematical reasoning, and scientific investigation

  • Multiple and diverse learning activities that ensure children thrive in all areas of development

  • Focus on the understanding of teamwork and positive self-image

  • Safety, security, and cleanliness practices that meet or exceed all state, local, and national guidelines

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Signature Practices

Our Life Learners curriculum includes kindergarten prep Signature Practices that inspire critical thinking and build on the skills your child needs for success in kindergarten and beyond:

  • Daily Experience Sheets

Child-completed accounts of the day’s activities to develop writing skills

  • Word Rings

A set of individualized “words I know” cards to encourage word and letter recognition

  • Rotating Math Stations

Hands-on materials to practice sequencing, graphing, and estimation

  • Science Fair

A project showcase to get children excited about science and what they’ve learned

  • Journal Writing

Opportunities to communicate thoughts and ideas about language, science, and math-related organizational skills by writing them down on paper