We offer a play-based curriculum that’s designed to build children’s cognitive, social emotional and language skills, along with their physical strength. Kids also learn valuable self-help skills that will aid them throughout their educational careers.

Monthly topics allow children to explore a variety of different subjects, expanding their knowledge base while enlightening them about the world around them. Learning subjects are carefully selected by our teaching staff, so that children receive the most enriching education possible. Our transitional kindergarten class focuses on meeting the California Department of Education Teaching Foundation standards for preschool. Parents can trust that there children will receive the highest quality instruction and curriculum, helping their children get started towards achieving their academic goals.

Preschool Curriculum

  • Children learn to express their feelings verbally, aiding in healthy emotional development
  • Children learn to be around other kids and engage in cooperative play
  • Kids learn to initiate activities with others and develop friendships
  • Kids learn to respect the rights and feelings of others, showing empathy
  • Kids make active choices without a teacher’s help
  • Kids learn to take care of bathroom needs independently
  • Children eat, dress and put shoes on independently
  • Kids show interest in, and pay attention to, classroom activates
  • Children share and cooperate with others in the classroom
  • Kids display enthusiasm about accomplishments, paving the way for future success
  • Children learn to cooperate in classroom clean-up, line-up and other activities
  • Children speak clearly enough for adults to understand
  • Kids speak in complete sentences and in the proper order
  • Children learn to take part in conversations with other children
  • Kids participate in storytelling, songs and finger plays
  • Kids learn to be attentive during circle time and story time
  • Children demonstrate basic locomotors movement, including galloping, hopping, jumping and running, among other movements
  • Kids manipulate eight to 12 piece puzzles, Legos, thistle blocks and other put together toys
  • Children develop coordination and balance through a variety of activities
  • Kids are able to hold a brush, crayon, marker or pencil
  • Children develop the ability to use scissors and cut a straight line
  • Kids are able to retain and recall information
  • Children learn to count and recognize numbers 1-10+
  • Kids learn the letters of the alphabet and reciting the alphabet
  • Kids learn about colors and shape recognition
  • Children visually recognize their own name and names of classmates
  • Kids learn to draw recognizable shapes, pictures and characters from a story
  • Kids learn to express their needs and wants
  • Children learn to interact with other kids, share and take turns
  • Children learn to follow and understand classroom routines and expectations
  • Kids build self-help skills and use the toilet independently
  • Children learn impulse control and build attention skills