Early Preschool

(2-3 Years)

Our curriculum for our two year olds expands on the rich experience we provide for our toddlers. Two year olds continue with more cooperative learning activities, in addition to special attention paid to fine and gross motor skills. Our teachers work to expand our two year olds’ abilities to interact with other kids and work independently, in addition to increased exposure to STEAM activities and self-esteem building.

Exploring the World Program

Children’s Land encourages and expands children’s natural curiosity to discover the world around them. We have curated our Exploring The World Program in such a way to promote individuality through independent and group work. During our early preschool program we further develop each student’s successes and skills. We use these new-found skills to teach our students how to handle academic and personal challenges.

Curriculum

Cognitive Development

  • Exploring and sorting objects by shape, color and size with prompts
  • Exploring creativity through structured play and make-believe games

Language Arts and Literature

  • Print-rich classrooms, exposing kids to the meaning of printed language
  • Daily interactive read alouds and independent book exploration
  • Giving children the opportunity to create and tell their own stories
  • Increased focus on developing social and academic language
  • Listening to stories and answering comparison questions

Mathematics and Science

  • Investigating whether objects sink or float at the water table
  • Understanding how plants grow by planting grass seeds and caring for them until they sprout. Varies by location*
  • Learning basic shapes through exploration such as indoor and outdoor scavenger hunts

Social and Emotional Growth

  • Celebrating classmates’ and character accomplishments as well as learning about independence
  • Discussing with children how they can help each other and their families
  • Starting to work on classroom projects
  • Understanding trust, empathy, and a sense of wrong and right

Motor Skills

  • Learning basic daily routines and skills
  • Feeding themselves/distinguishing between appropriate fork and spoon use
  • Learning rhythm through musical activities and our dance teacher
  • Working on coordination through outdoor playtime and in class games

Questions and Answers

At Children’s Land we are a tree nut and peanut-free school. We take allergies very seriously and keep allergy lists in every classroom

No. We provide a variety of healthy, age-appropriate meals and snacks for children to eat each day. We cater our food from a high-end distributor and it is made fresh every day using organic ingredients. We pride ourselves on the food we provide at the daycare as our students' health is a top priority.

Our director will call the designated adult from your Emergency Information Form so that your child can be picked up as soon as possible. While your child waits to be picked up we will isolate him/her from the rest of the children and let him/her relax.

Children’s Land does not use verbal or physical punishment under any circumstance. Our staff uses positive redirection to understand the child’s feelings and emotions while teaching them problem-solving techniques and self-calming activities.

Yes, if the weather is permitting we try and take our children outside everyday. The parents must provide the clothing needed for group walks and playground play.

Yes. There are cameras in every room of the facility. When entering the facility there are monitors setup so that parents can observe without interrupting class.

Every teacher at Children’s Land meets or exceeds the state requirements for child care providers. Every year our staff go through mandatory workshops to receive ongoing professional development. Prior to employment, we require background checks through local and state agencies.

At Children’s Land health and safety is a top priority of ours. We have put new rules in place that will help slow the spread of Covid-19. These rules focus on social distancing, disinfection, and symptom monitoring. The protocol varies based on location and level of outbreak. Our end goal is to uphold the highest level of health and safety precautions for our staff and families.

Your three-year-old will start taking pride in doing things on his/her own. Our staff encourage the students to explore and further develop socially/emotionally, motor skills and will be introduced to language arts, mathematics and science.

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