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Sprouts

The Sprouts, our youngest classroom, serves children ages 13-24 months. “Play is often talked about as if it were a releif from serious learning. But for children, play is serious learning. Play is the work of childhood.” – Fred Rogers 7:00 -7:30 -early arrival/ free play 7:30-8:00 – Greet families and children 8:00-8:30 – clean and…

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Sea Horses

Describing the Seahorse class is easy. It’s fun, children explore their environment, learn from an enriched curriculum, and build friendships that are never forgotten. Our curriculum is based on a monthly theme and our daily activities are designed to support and promote multiple intelligences and develop social, cognitive, and motor skills. 7:00-8:30 -Early Arrival and…

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Road Runners

The Roadrunners, our oldest classroom, serves children ages 5-6 who miss the local kindergarten cut off date. The roadrunners focus on independence, self-direction, self-management and responsibility. We help your child develop intellectually, socially and emotionally while respecting and honoring his/her own developmental schedule. As we work toward these major goals, we will provide learning experiences…

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Pumpkin Eaters

18 months-2 year olds (Pumpkin Eaters) take steps toward self-reliance and consideration for others. The children learn basic classroom skills in the Pumpkin Eater room such as; sitting for meals, sitting for circle time, hand-washing, and socializing. Our teaching team develops a play-based curriculum driven by the interests and needs of the children in our…

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Pandas

3 & 4 year olds (Pandas and Seahorses) work on assertiveness and multi-sensory experiences.

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Peacocks

We meet daily as a large group as we discuss and learn about the calendar, share experiences and ideas, read stories, count, do movement games and exercise, and visit with special guests. Daily, small groups of Peacocks are organized around our monthly theme as the teaching team focuses on developmental milestones and goals developed by…

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