Learning Programs


Oral language development; readiness for books,
discrimination of sounds; repeating a pattern; discrimination
of letters; ability to recognize printed names; building a sight vocabulary; ability to recognize rhyming words; ability to retell stories and past experiences; and most importantly, the discovery that reading can be a great source of pleasure.


Concepts of big and small, few and many, more than and less than; basic numbers 1-10 and 1-100; telephone numbers; addresses; simple calculators and computers; geometric shapes; and measuring. A variety of learning activities are provided to make learning more fun.


Primary and secondary colors; cutting, pasting and gluing; painting with different kinds of media and textures; weaving; paper mache; mobiles; holiday projects; seasonal themes and personal creations. Not only is art enjoyable, it also promotes visual motor coordination.


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