Preschool and Toddler Programs
The early childhood years from birth to age 5 are a critical time for developing many important language, physical, social, and emotional skills.
Enrolling in early childhood programs gives young children opportunities to practice those key developmental skills. A sports class not only teaches gross motor skills like kicking a ball, but also important social skills like waiting your turn and sharing with others. Art classes are great opportunities to practice fine motor skills by using paint brushes or markers and to use language by sharing ideas with others.
All of our preschool and toddler programs are led by caring, expert staff who understand early childhood development and design age-appropriate activities that ensure children have the best possible introduction to organized play. Although toddlers are not developmentally ready to participate on their own, we have many activities for adults and children to enjoy together.
Let the little ones get creative! Kids can express themselves through the following music, dance and art classes:
Give kids ages 2-5 a positive introduction to an active and healthy lifestyle! Our sports classes are designed with very young children in mind. Each class will focus on activities that foster positive social interaction and good listening skills in an age appropriate way.
Summer camp is a wonderful place for preschoolers to explore! Our staff care deeply about children and are skilled at easing the transition into participating independently. Preschoolers will follow an age-appropriate curriculum that will include singing, dramatic play, craft, story time, snack time, nature and science exploration as well as unstructured play.
Preschool Boost uses the Handwriting Without Tears curriculum in the emphasis areas of handwriting readiness, language and literacy, and numbers and math. These exciting classes will use movement, singing, manipulatives, building, and multi-sensory activities to help children build confidence and school readiness.