3-5 Years Old
  • Program Information

    Curriculum for Preschool (3-5 years)

    Reading and Language

    -Know that pictures and symbols have meanings
    -Identify letters of the alphabet
    -Make some letter sound matches
    -Begin to develop phonological awareness
    -Answer simple questions about a story
    -Use drawing and writing skills to relay a message
    -Listen, understand and respond to directions
    -Know that reading progresses from left to right and top to bottom
    -Identify signs and labels in the surroundings


    -Recognize numbers and count with understanding
    -Use concepts that included number recognition and one-to-one correspondence
    -Solve simple mathematical problems
    -Beginning to understand the concept of time by following daily schedule and routines
    -Sort, classify and compare objects
    -Recognize shapes and structures in the surroundings
    -Show understanding of measurement
    -Beginning to learn addition and subtraction as they sort, classify and make comparison of quantities
    -Learning to use senses to observe and discover surroundings
    -Learning to use common weather related terms
    -Use scientific tools such as thermometers, magnets, balance scales, and magnifying glasses for observations
    -Know the concept of night/day as well as the seasons
    -Begin to be aware of technology and how it affects us
    -Know the basic safety practices

    Social Studies

    -Show understanding of the similarities and differences in people
    -Learning to understand the concept of voting as a way of making choices
    -Beginning to understand the concept of leadership in the environment
    -Beginning to learn & think geographically
    -Understand that each of us belong to a family and the differences in every family as to their culture

    Physical Development and Health

    -Participate in active play using grass and fine motor skills
    -Follow simple safety rules while doing an activity
    -Participate in activities related to physical fitness
    -Show increased endurance
    -Participate in simple practices that promote healthy living and prevent illness
    -Identify body parts and their functions
    -Learning to act independently for personal needs
    -Use acceptable ways to resolve conflicts
    -Learning to cooperate during group activity

    Fine Arts

    -Participate in music, dance and drama activities
    -Describe their own creative work or of others
    -Use creative arts as a way of expressing themselves

    Social/Emotional Development

    -Know how to express feelings, needs and wants
    -Show eagerness and curiosity
    -Begin to understand and follow rules
    -Learning how to seek solutions to problems
    -Displaying initiative and independence in actions
    -Show empathy and caring for others
    -Begin to share materials and take turns
    -Respect the rights of self and others
    -Develop relationship with children and adults
    -Participate in cooperative groups play

    • To all the teachers that take care of my daughters Jada & Toya. Keep up the good work in what you’re doing. I know it’s not easy. Thank you. Jada, Toya & mom love you all.

      -Jada & Toya Simpson
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