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Preschoolers


Two Year Old Room

We are very excited that you are interested in joining our family or that you have moved up, and are growing so fast, our goal is to work together and have fun with your child so they will be happy and healthy as they grow and learn. Each day your child will need to bring the following things and please label them for your child.

  • Back Pack
  • Jacket in Cool months
  • Pull-ups
  • Underwear (4 pairs)
  • 5 pants or shorts we go through clothes like crazy
  • Socks / extra shoes
  • Wipes
  • Blanket
  • Diaper rash cream, Powder, or other ointment if needed
Classroom

Please, no sandals – closed toes shoes only.

During class, we will have circle time followed by the curriculum to ensure that your child will learn his/her colors, alphabet, numbers and other educational building blocks in English and Spanish. I will make sure they accomplish independence by helping them learn to use the restroom and put their clothes on by themselves. So please don’t be alarmed if they come home with their pants on backward. They are learning to do it all by themselves so please encourage them, and tell them what a good job they are doing.

I will do my best to help you potty train your child, but your child will only progress if you are following through at home as well as school. I do ask that no toys from home come to school, they distract from our goal for the day. Also in this class, we drink from open cups please no bottles or sippy cups. We are big boys/girls in this class.

Please do not dress your child in clothes that are unable to be ruined. If you have any questions, please let me know.

Thank You! I look forward to having the opportunity to watch your child grow.

Social and Emotional

  • Copies others, especially adults and older children
  • Gets excited when around- other children
  • Shows more and more independence
  • Plays mainly beside other children, but is beginning to include other children, such as in   chase games

Language/Communication

  • Points to things or pictures when they are named
  • Knows names of familiar people and body parts
  • Says sentences with 2 to 4 words
  • Follows simple instructions

Cognitive (learning, thinking, problem-solving)

  • Begins to sort shapes and colors
  • Completes sentences and rhymes in familiar books
  • Builds towers of 4 or more blocks
  • Might use one hand more than the other
  • Names items in a picture book such as a cat, bird, or dog

Movement/Physical Development

  • Stands on tiptoe
  • Kicks a ball
  • Begins to run
  • Walks up and down stairs holding on
  • Throws ball overhand
  • Makes or copies straight lines and circles

Act early by talking to your child’s doctor if your child:

  • Doesn’t use 2-word phrases (for example, “drink milk”)
  • Doesn’t know what to do with common things, like a brush, phone, fork, spoon
  • Doesn’t copy actions and words
  • Doesn’t follow simple instructions
  • Doesn’t walk steadily
  • Loses skills she once had

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Three Year Old Room

We are very excited that you are interested in joining our family or that you have moved up, and are growing so fast, our goal is to work together and have fun with your child so they will be happy and healthy as they grow and learn. Each day your child will need to bring the following things and please label them for your child.

  • Back Pack
  • Jacket in Cool months
  • Extra Clothes
  • Blanket

Please, no sandals – closed toes shoes only.

Goals for the children included but are not limited to:

  1. Alphabet
  2. Numbers / Counting to 20
  3. Beginner writing
  4. Shapes
  5. Respect (Self, others and objects)
  1. Not hitting / pushing, instead encouraging them to use our words
  2. Manners (please, thank you, Yes ma’am, or No sir)
  3. Sharing / compassion
  4. Responsibility of putting things back where they go

These are just some of the goals for our 3 year olds. This program will encourage the kids to be successful by giving them goals that are realistic. Every time the child completes an achievement, they will be proud of themselves thus building self-esteem, self-confidence, and self-worth. We will accomplish this using positive words, positive guidance, and encouragement. Our goal is that the child will be proud of their work and be excited to share their hard work with other and their parents. Please ask your child about their day and let them tell you all about it.

Social skills are very important at this age leading up to Pre-k, please make sure you are checking the folders every day.

Thank You! I look forward to having the opportunity to watch your child grow.

Social and Emotional

  • Shows affection for friends without prompting /Takes turns in games /Shows concern for crying friend
  • Shows a wide range of emotions
  • May get upset with major changes in routine
  • Dresses and undresses self

Language/Communication

  • Can name most familiar things
  • Understands words like “in,” “on,” and “under”
  • Says words like “I,” “me,” “we,” and “you” and some plurals (cars, dogs, cats)
  • Talks well enough for strangers to understand most of the time
  • Carries on a conversation using 2 to 3 sentences

Cognitive (learning, thinking, problem-solving)

  • Plays make-believe with dolls, animals, and people
  • Does puzzles with 3 or 4 pieces
  • Copies a circle with pencil or crayon
  • Turns book pages one at a time
  • Builds towers of more than 6 blocks
  • Screws and unscrews jar lids or turns door handle

Movement/Physical Development

  • Runs easily
  • Pedals a tricycle (3-wheel bike)
  • Walks up and down stairs, one foot on each step

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Four Year Old Room

We are very excited that you are interested in joining our family, or that you have moved up, and are growing so fast, our goal is to work together plus have fun with your child so they will be happy and healthy as they grow as well as learn. Each day your child will need to bring the following things and please label them for your child. (Please do not bring toys from home they distract from our goal.)

  • Back Pack
  • Jacket in Cool months
  • Extra Clothes
  • Blanket

Please, no sandals – closed toes shoes only.

I am very excited to get to know your child and prepare them for Pre-k or Kindergarten.

  • Tying our shoes
  • Recognizing and writing their own names
  • Learning the alphabet and numbers 20+
  • Embrace their awesome personality building their self-esteem
  • Respect others, themselves, and things in our class

These are just some of the goals for our 4 year olds. This program will encourage the kids to be successful by giving them goals that are realistic. Every time the child completes an achievement, they will be proud of themselves thus building self-esteem, self-confidence, and self-worth. We will accomplish this using positive words, positive guidance, and encouragement. Our goal is that the child will be proud of their work and be excited to share their hard work with other and their parents. Please ask your child about their day and let them tell you all about it.

Social skills are very important at this age leading up the Pre-k, please make sure you are checking the folders every day.

Thank You! I look forward to having the opportunity to watch your child grow.

Social and Emotional

  • Is more and more creative with make-believe play
  • Would rather play with other children than by himself
  • Cooperates with other children
  • Often can’t tell what’s real and what’s make-believe
  • Talks about what she likes and what she is interested in

Language/Communication

  • Knows some basic rules of grammar, such as correctly using “he” and “she”
  • Sings a song or says a poem from memory such as the “Itsy Bitsy Spider” or the “Wheels on the Bus”
  • Tells stories
  • Can say first and last name

Cognitive (learning, thinking, problem-solving)

  • Names colors and numbers
  • Understands the idea of counting
  • Remembers parts of a story
  • Understands the idea of “same” and “different”
  • Draws a person with 2 to 4 body parts
  • Uses scissors
  • Starts to copy some capital letters
  • Tells you what he thinks is going to happen next in a book

Movement/Physical Development

  • Hops and stands on one foot up to 2 seconds
  • Catches a bounced ball most of the time
  • Pours and cuts with supervision, and mashes own food

WELCOME TO THE WORLD OF THE 5 YR. OLD.

These are just some of the goals for our 5 year olds. This program will encourage the kids to be successful by giving them goals that are realistic. Every time the child completes an achievement, they will be proud of themselves thus building self-esteem, self-confidence, and self-worth. We will accomplish this using positive words, positive guidance, and encouragement. Our goal is that the child will be proud of their work and be excited to share their hard work with other and their parents. Please ask your child about their day and let them tell you all about it.

Very soon your child will begin a new and exciting period in their life: Going to school! I would like to take this opportunity to introduce myself, and express my excitement about working with Pre-K B. I am Ms. Liz, and I love teaching because I care deeply about the success of my students. The goal of my class is to introduce new fundamentals and prepare each child for kindergarten. I am excited about working with your child. I welcome all questions and comments, and I’m looking forward to a great year!

Pre-K B Readiness:

  • Recognizes and prints his or her name
  • Can identify all colors
  • Identifies basic shapes
  • Counts to or above 20
  • Gives first and last name, and telephone number
  • Listens and follows simple directions
  • Cuts with scissors
  • Plays cooperatively with others
  • Speaks in complete sentences
  • Completes simple tasks
  • Classifies common objects into categories: such as animals, food, toys, shapes, etc.
  • Stays with one activity for 10-15 minutes 

Fine-Motor Development:

  • Brush his or her own teeth
  • Basics of tying his or her own shoes
  • Uses crayons, markers, pencils
  • Cuts with scissors
  • Assembles puzzles
  • Traces objects using stencils
  • Zips and buttons
  • Buckles seat belt
  • Draws circles, squares, and triangles
  • Dresses and undresses without assistance

Gross-Motor Development:

  • Dancing
  • Hopping on one foot
  • Jumping rope
  • Exercising
  • Learning to swim
  • Catching a ball
  • Kicking a ball

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