In the preschool program, children put it all together, developing the skills and independence to become life-long learners. In the preschool, teachers guide children in:

Social-Emotional Development

  • Forming friendships, interacting cooperatively with other children
  • Expressing feelings
  • Becoming more independent (self-directed in pursuing tasks and activities)
  • Developing confidence
  • Character development – being kind, helpful, honest, respectful, and responsible

Physical Development

  • Tending to their own personal and needs (eating, dressing, hygiene)
  • Being physically fit and being in tune with their bodies (daily hikes, creative movement class, indoor and outdoor large muscle activities)
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Cognitive Development

  • Identifying  sizes, shapes, colors, letters and letter sounds
  • Numbers skills
  • Science and Nature
  • Art and Music
  • Enjoying a wide variety of books
  • Oral communication skills and beginning written skills
  • Problem solving and critical thinking skills
  • Dramatic play

School Readiness

Our preschoolers:

  • Listen well
  • Follow instructions and rules
  • Self-regulate behavior
  • Sustain attention
  • Are eager and motivated to read
  • Are academically curious
  • Take turns
  • Are persistent when tackling new skills
  • Are friendly, caring, responsible, and respectful of others

Ask a local teacher about students from A Child’s View. Our preschoolers come in ready to learn and to be successful in school.