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SERVICE TEMP SUSPENDED DUE TO COVID-19

Pre-School Prep

Promote language and cognitive skills

Between the ages of 3 and 5, a child’s vocabulary grows from 900 to 2,500 words, and his/her sentences become longer and more complex. I help children stretch their language skills by asking thought-provoking questions and introducing new vocabulary during science, art, snack time, and other activities.

Self Help Skills

1. unzipping his/her coat

2. hanging his/her coat on a hook

3. putting on his/her backpack

4. fastening his/her shoe

Motor Skills

  • running
  • climbing
  • play active games

Activities are offered to help children develop fine motor skills, such as threading beads or cutting with scissors. Children are challenged through a variety of activities to build their hand-eye coordination and balance.

**We are not a school and only provide services to prepare your child for grade school.**

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Child Learn to:

  • Be able to take care of the self – their bodies and their things – in an appropriate way.
  • Be able to separate from their parents/caregivers in such a way that they maintain energy, zest, interest and spectrum of affect in the new environment.
  • Be able to see the teacher as a teacher, not just a substitute caregiver. Be able to trust so they can later learn from different people.
  • Be able to use language for communication; be able to ask questions.
  • Be able to listen and hear communications; be able to hear answers to questions.
  • Be able to take in and express (a corollary to No. 5).
  • Be able to sit still and be in their own space.
  • Be able to delay gratification (i.e. wait).
  • Be able to tolerate frustration; try, try again!
  • Be able to relate to peers as people, rather than as conveniences or inconveniences.
  • Be able to function in a group while maintaining autonomy and without feeling lost.
  • Be able to make transitions.
  • Be able to follow directions.
  • Be able to risk.
  • Be able to be wrong.
  • Be able to have pleasure in learning and mastery.
  • Be able to be curious in a neutral and productive way.
  • Be able to assert themselves in socially acceptable ways.
  • Be able to remain neutral in the classroom – that is, be a schoolboy or schoolgirl.
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