As our three-year-old students gain more self-esteem, they may feel ready to take on the world. Our well-rounded program fosters that confidence by providing activities to help children become problem solvers and lifelong learners. Through independent exploration, structured activities, and hands-on learning, children will work on early literacy, math, science, and social studies concepts. Healthy doses of running, jumping, and dancing keeps them active, too.

  • Recitation, Recognition and identification of the alphabet both lower and upper case.
  • Understand that letters make sounds and form words.
  • Understand that words are a way of communication.
  • Communicate using fairly complex words.
  • Listen to others speak.
  • Developing skills of reading and enjoy being read to.
  • Understand that we read from left to right and move from top to bottom and front to back.
  • Develop more vocabulary.
  • Participate in group conversation.
  •  Associating pictures and objects of each letter.
  • Recognition and identification of consonants, short and long vowels.
  • Identify first and last names
  • Tracing/Writing two-three letter words.
Tools: Learning Dynamics ,Handwriting Without Tears and ABeka Language Art


Our goal is to help children develop a sense of math around them, to notice and use numbers, and to use math concepts to explore their world. They are encouraged to
  • use numbers and counting to explore their world
  • notice shapes, patterns, and colors
  • use math to communicate things about their world (how long something is, how heavy it is, etc)
Expectation : Our students are expected to achieve the following as teachers work with them according to their individual learning pace.
  • Counting 1 to 30
  • Counting forward and backward by ones.
  • Identifying the numbers that come before and after a given number.
  • Identifying missing numbers by ones.
  • Writing numbers 1 to 30.
  • Count with understanding and recognize how many in sets of objects.
  • Sort, classify and order objects by size, number, and other properties.
  • Recognizing and identifying geometric shapes.
  • Pattern – identifying right, left, top and bottom.
Tools :Abeka ,Sadlier and  Handwriting Without Tears


Handwriting Without Tears is a multi-sensory handwriting instruction that help students build strong printing skills for writing numerals, letters, words and sentences.  Tools: Handwriting Without Tears


Let’s Explore

Our preschoolers, are encouraged to participate in science activities. They learn by observing, asking questions , making predictions and varieties of hands on experiments.
  • Autumn/ Fall: Why do leaves change color!
  • Growing tall and eating healthy
  • Things in the sky
  • Winter wonderland: what happens in winter, how is winter different from other seasons.
  • Spring- “Everything Grow!”
  • Our Planet Earth- Our World

Social Studies

Let’s Travel the World

Our program builds:

  • Social knowledge and understanding
  • Social skills strategies for interacting with others.
  • It exposes our students to:
    • Community roles
    • Decision Making
    • Maps


Every kid starts out as a natural- born scientist.” Carl Sagan Integrating S.T.E.A.M to our Public Speaking: Students assignments with specific criteria are presented in front of the class, hence building vocabulary development and self confidence for our youngest students. S.T.E.A.M: Ask, Imagine, Plan , Create, and Improve  S– Science: Investigate T-Technology: Exploring Tools E– Engineering: Plan, Make, Test and Invent A – Arts: Open -Ended Creative Activities M– Math: Patterns, Shapes and Numbers

Arts and Crafts

Our youngest students are encouraged to express themselves through classic works of art. They observe closely, think critically and discuss respectfully.

Critical Thinking

Our program enable our students to be critical thinkers, ask open-ended questions, learn to analyze, compare, contrast and generate higher order thinking skills through play. They develop decision making skills and understand conflict resolution.

Virtual Field Trip

For safety reason all our field trips are done virtually.