Creating a Love of Learning(2.5 – 4 years)
By the time your child approaches 2.5 years of age, he or she is ready to learn new skills and progress into our Preschool program. Preschoolers love to explore through hands-on activities. Our preschool curriculum is designed to develop important foundational skills like literacy, mathematical thinking and problem-solving while stimulating your child’s creativity.
Our Curriculum combines Kindergarten-readiness activities to develop critical-thinking skills and stimulate your child’s curiosity. At this age, children require challenges, respond to motivation and crave praise. Recognizing that your preschooler needs to be engaged and nurtured at the same time, our highly trained teachers give them both the freedom and instruction to thrive.
Opportunities for Your Early Preschooler to Explore and Excel
The Preschool classroom at Imaginarium For Kids daycare is designed to encourage your child’s growing independence and need to investigate. In our safe learning environment, your early preschooler will engage in a range of activities geared to prepare them for preschool, kindergarten and life beyond.
At Imaginarium For Kids we are committed to maintaining teacher to student ratio of 1:8, when the maximum number of students in each Preschool group is 16. You’ll receive assessments regularly through ongoing portfolio collections, quarterly reports and family/teacher conferences twice a year, so you can rest assured that your early preschooler is progressing throughout the year.
Imaginarium For Kids Preschool Learning Centers
The Preschool classroom features next learning centers equipped with developmentally appropriate materials to channel your child’s natural sense of curiosity into educational exploration.
Your Preschooler’s Day
Our highly trained teachers do their best to meet the diverse interests and needs of each group of children. Early preschoolers also learn important social skills in our literature-based program. The typical daily structure for your child might include:
Math, Language & Literacy
Daily activities to build important foundational skills.
Literacy and Language
Enrichment to build emerging language skills.
Time where the themed activities are introduced and reviewed.
Activities in the Learning Centers
To bring the day’s educational theme to life.
Music and Movement
(songs, poems and rhymes) to expand your child’s vocabulary and listening skills.
Twice daily to burn off energy and develop motor skills.
Lunch and Quiet Time
To nourish and rest your child’s growing mind and body.