Our Pre K 3 classroom utilizes Creative Curriculum. Preschool scholars need opportunities to be themselves. They are learning how the world works through experimenting. We believe that scholars of this age need hands on experiences. They learn through their natural play and sitting at a table will not foster their creativity to learn how the world works. Your scholar is on the brink of becoming a preschooler and we assist in developing skills needed for success. Educators encourage investigation and emerging skills such as matching, sorting, and pattern identification. We recognize that learning is occurring at a fast pace and your scholar is making new discoveries daily. Our curriculum introduces them to a world of learning, growing, sharing, and exploring. Your scholar is almost ready for preschool and has an abundance of curiosity to prove it. Our educators consider the interest of children when organizing spaces and gathering new materials. Our spacious classroom provides a physical environment that allows scholars to see endless possibilities through play while learning. Creative Curriculum stimulates scholar’s ability to learn through building, painting, scribbling, problem-solving, reading, sorting, and pretending at each learning center. Educators expand their interest in learning beyond the classroom. Educators intentionally choose activities to correspond with monthly themes and areas needed for a well-rounded educational experience. Small group opportunities in this room allow educators to teach new concepts while scholars enjoy opportunities to communicate, cooperate, and properly interact with each other. During this age, we introduce our conflict resolution program, which helps your scholar learn the social skills needed to be successful in group settings. Educators observe and guide interactions between scholars with support on learning how to recognize feelings of others, develop problem-solving skills, and learn how to respond appropriately to their friends in an assortment of situations. These social skills are important since learning and friendship go hand in hand. Developmental assessments are conducted quarterly.