2 Day Option

Tuesday and Thursday Mornings
for 3-4-Year-Old Children

2-Day Class:

  • Child must be potty-trained (no Pull Ups)
  • For children 3-4 years old (must be 3 years old by December 31st)
  • Runs on Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 9:15am - 12:15pm

Maximum of 14 children

Annual tuition is:

  • Traditional option- $1,870 payable in 10 monthly installments of $187.00  (No classroom volunteering required)
  • Cooperative option- $1,683 payable in 10 monthly installments of $168.30 (Families are expected to volunteer in the classroom 6 times over the course of the year at this reduced rate)

Curriculum for 3-4-Year-Olds

Cognitive Development:

  • Recognizes red, orange, yellow, blue, green, black, brown, purple, white
  • Understands same/different
  • Categorizes items by size, color, shape
  • Counts up to 3 objects (1:1 correspondence)
  • Understand abstract simple time concepts (day/night)
  • Identifies shapes: triangle, circle, square, rectangle, star, diamond
  • Sequences 2-3 step pictures and/or stories
  • Can work 3-4 piece puzzles
  • Repeats and AB pattern
  • Recognizes first name in print
  • Rote counts to 10

Language Development:

  • Articulate 3-5 word sentences clearly
  • Asks questions / verbalizes needs
  • Sing or recite a short song and/or poem
  • Says first/last name, age and sex
  • Follows 2 to 3 steps sequence of directions
  • Recalls elements from a story: characters, events, details.

We will encourage:

  • Simple logic/reasoning questions
  • Correct use of language (pronouns, plurals, etc.)

Large Motor Skills:

  • Use playground equipment appropriately
  • Balance on one foot for 3 - 5 seconds
  • Maneuvers around obstacles
  • Throws a ball underhand
  • Walk up and down stairs alternating feet
  • Kicks a ball

Fine Motor Skills:

  • Makes a snake out of play dough
  • Shows hand preference
  • Build a 9-12 block tower
  • Strings beads
  • Holds writing material correctly / stabilizes paper
  • Draws: vertical line, circle, cross
  • Cuts with scissors correctly

Social Development:

  • Uses toys appropriately
  • Follows classroom rules
  • Knows the difference between mine/his/hers/yours
  • Takes turns / shares
  • Cleans up after activities and snack
  • Shows empathy
  • Uses appropriate toileting skills
  • Uses words to solve problems
  • Attends to circle time for 15 minutes