Curious, energetic and imaginative are just a few words to describe our 3 year olds! To help direct that energy, you will find our classrooms full of literature, language arts, math, science, creative art, dramatic play, music and movement, as well as, outdoor activities each and every day!

We provide hands-on activities and independent creative play to allow your child to develop at their own pace. Your child will enjoy working with Zoo-phonics, which teaches the children letter knowledge and phonological awareness through the many ways of learning (visual, auditory, and kinesthetic). It’s even fun with characters and music – they love it!

You will see your child build friendships, develop problem solving skills, and create a wonderful imagination during these very important years!

Language & Literacy Development

  • Reading a variety of books and learning new words
  • Dictating thoughts and ideas about their work
  • Promoting conversations and problem solving with others
  • Providing a variety of writing activities
  • Developing letter and word recognition, as well as the sounds of letters

Math & More

  • Using daily calendar activities to teach about sequence of events, time, and routines
  • Sorting and matching activities with familiar objects
  • Estimating amounts and learn words such as more & less
  • Providing number recognition, counting, & patterning activities
  • Providing a variety of measurement tools to explore and learn about size

Science Discovery

  • Encouraging the exploration of the physical properties of materials
  • Learning cognitive skills, such as estimating, predicting, testing, and drawing conclusions
  • Developing weather and environmental concepts
  • Learning about life stages
  • Providing cooking projects
  • Learning about gardening and worm composting

Art and Drama

  • Telling stories with puppets
  • Being creative through dramatic play, music, and art by using a variety of tools and materials
  • Providing cultural exposure through art and music
  • Learning primary and secondary colors

Family & Community

  • Regular teacher-family communication, such as daily updates and weekly newsletters to keep you informed
  • Providing classroom-helper roles to gain a sense of community
  • Learning social skills, such as manners, empathy, and teamwork
  • Providing daily classroom conversations and community-building discussions
  • Encouraging cooperation & solving problems with others

Health Awareness

  • Using lacing cards, stencils, and writing activities to enhance fine-motor skills
  • Building coordination and physical development through running, jumping, and throwing activities
  • Improving balance skills using hula hoops and balance beams
  • Practicing healthy habits through teaching nutrition and proper hygiene