The Little Friends preschool classroom is a fun setting that focuses on your three’s development of new skills. Their inquisitiveness is always a challenge, and their constantly developing thinking abilities are amazing in their sophistication. They are capable of stunning discoveries and explorations that would be gratifying in a teenager, and their grasp of academics demonstrates how ready they are for VPK and then “big school.”
Facts About the Preschool Program
- Our Preschool Program is designed for three-year-olds
- Ratio is 12 students to one teacher, and every teacher has an assistant
- Monday - Friday, from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm
- Extended Day hours begin at 8:00 am and end at 5:00 pm.
- Pricing is dependent of option. Please refer to our preschool pricing.
Three-year-olds are amazingly independent, individual thinkers!
- continue remarkable intellectual and physical development at a mind-boggling pace
- converse in complete sentences, make keen observations
- begin to think together with others, collaborating in play
- enthusiastically participate in community service projects, which are introduced at this age
- begin to be more self-disciplined about lunch and snack times, and start to form groups
This year is a very big year for the three’s. They recognize sounds and letters and drawing, and go from tactile touching to sounds as they prepare to enter VPK. Our tools are designed to fit their little bodies, for example, with large crayons for small hands. “Handwriting Without Tears” supplements the overall curriculum. The “Learning Without Tears” material for this age is specifically intended for the inquisitive three-year-old mind
At this age, children love group activities, as well as individual exploration. We offer a great structured learning environment with lots of experiential learning through such resources as our S.T.E.A.M. Lab. Scientific thinking really begins to show at this age. Teachers ask questions that make them search the world around them for answers, and then explain those answers.
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