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Early Two's

Early two's  is the stage when toddlers start to explore and develop. In our two-year-old class our goal is for your child to be able to:

  • Communicate through sign language

  • Build vocabulary

  • Develop fine motor skills

  • Engage in sensory activities

  • Refine gross motor skills

  • Develop independence

  • Engage in cooperative play

  • Gain an understanding of basic mathematics concepts, numbers, colors, opposites, and shapes

  • Express Emotions/ Feeling

  • Recognize alphabet 

  • Follow directions 

  • And more!

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Late 2's

The late two's is also the stage where toddlers start to explore and develop. In our late two-year-old class we more at a slightly faster pace. Our goal is for your child to be able to:

  • Communicate through sign language

  • Build vocabulary

  • Develop fine motor skills

  • Engage in sensory activities

  • Refine gross motor skills

  • Develop independence

  • Engage in cooperative play

  • Gain an understanding of basic mathematics concepts, numbers, colors, opposites, and shapes

  • Express Emotions/ Feeling

  • Recognize alphabet 

  • Follow directions 

  • And more!

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Three's

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Age three is the age of wonder and observation. In our three-year-old class we focus on:

  • Independence

  • Beginning writing

  • Promoting social skills

  • Written name recognition 

  • Spelling name

  • Expanding Vocabulary

  • Taking Turns

  • 2-3 Sentence Conversations

  • Exercising gross motor skills and fine motor skills

  • Understanding the difference between gender

  • Following instructions

  • Expressing emotions

  • Using the potty

  • Entering school without emotional outburst 

  • Confidence development]

  • basic mathematics concepts, numbers, colors, opposites and shapes

  • Recognize alphabet 

  • And More!

Four's and Five's

Age 4 is the age where we prep students for school! We follow Virginia's Standards of Learning, as well as incorporate our Curriculum for these students​ Our focus in this class includes​

  • Writing

  • Telling stories

  • Remembering parts of a story

  • Taking Turns

  • 2-3 Sentence Conversations

  • Word recognition 

  • Putting together small sentences

  • Making Patterns

  • Identify Rhymes

  • Recognize and write letters

  • Hold pencil correctly

  • Recognizing over 10 colors

  • Complete puzzles 

  • And More!

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