Discovery Program

for 15-month-olds to 2-year-olds

MONTESSORI/EARLY CHILDHOOD | SKOKIE

4700 Oakton St., Skokie, IL 60076
847-213-0899 

EARLY CHILDHOOD CENTER | SKOKIE

4023 Dempster St, Skokie, IL 60076
(847) 675-7030

EARLY CHILDHOOD ACADEMY | CHICAGO

5332 W. Addison St., Chicago, IL 60641
773-777-7411

Discovery Program Locations

✔ with a Low Student-to-Teacher Ratio

✔ to be a Safe, Responsive, and Interactive Environment

✔ to provide Fun, Engaging, and Appropriate Activities

✔ to be managed by Warm, Experienced, and Qualified Teachers

✔ to offer Monthly Nurse Visits

✔ to offer Healthy Meals

✔as part of the Infant Creative Curriculum

The Discovery Program is Designed...

Program Overview

Discovery Program Features

Mosaic’s Discovery Program introduces your child to a world of communication, sharing, learning, and exploring. Your child will be encouraged to build on their confidence and self-help. The classroom environment will help develop your child’s cognitive, emotional, social, and physical skills. The Discovery Program will prepare your child for preschool.  

Communication to Increase Language Skills

Vocabulary development through repetition of words and sentences. Group sharing and reading will help strengthen conversation skills with our ABC Music & Me Program (Kindermusik).   

Expanding the Mind 

Our Growing with Mathematics Program guides your child to their first steps of mathematical concepts on sorting, matching, patterning, and number identification. Furthermore, to develop their knowledge of the alphabet and letter writing, we offer a variety of approaches through our Handwriting Without Tears Program.  

Community

Our cooperative play environment with large and small group activities will help your child learn to share, communicate, and respect others, as well as, recognize the feelings of others and how to respond appropriately.  

Physical Activities

Strengthen gross motor skills through jumping, throwing, and running with our SPARK gross motor program. Outside play includes nature walks and playground play.  

Individual Expression

Pretend play and role playing are strongly encouraged. Creativity with painting, gluing, drawing, and cutting stimulates children’s imagination and self-expression in art.