Science – Children learn about the physical world by being questioned and encouraged to wonder about their personal observations.
Social Studies – Children learn about typical human behaviors and relationships.
Art – Children learn self-expression via a variety of creative media. They learn that the process of self-expression, rather than the product, is more important
Music – Children have experiences and participate in both unstructured and structured (teacher-directed) activities.
Literature and Language – Children explore books independently and listen and learn through group story times.
Physical Education – Children discover what their changing bodies can do.
Concepts: Math, Numbers, Letters – Children will be exposed to numbers and letters through academically age-appropriate activites.