Rates for Full Day Pre-School

 
 
 
Days a Week                      Pay Mon/Tues         Pay Wed
5 days                                   $211.00                     $231.00
4 days                                   $201.00                     $221.00
3 days                                   $193.00                     $213.00

  Rates for Pre-School Only


5 days a week     10:00am-12:30pm includes lunch $350/month
5 days a week       8:30am -12:30pm includes brkfst 
& lunch $540/month
4 days a week     10:00am-12:30pm includes lunch $280/month
4 days a week        8:30am-12:30pm includes brkfst & lunch $432/month
3 days a week      10:00am-12:30pm includes lunch $215/month
3 days a week         8:30am-12:30pm includes brkfst & lunch $330/month

A non refundable entrance fee of $75.00 per a child is due at the time of enrollment .
Welcome to the Penguin Room 

2.5 to 3.5 years old 

Large Muscle Development::
  • Motor movement which does includes activities i.e. running, jumping, climbing  exercises, balancing and games.
  • Begins to skip with one foot
  • Jumps over a 6” object landing on both feet
  • Hop on one foot for 5 seconds
  • To be able to respond to a command of two objects and two actions

Fine Motor Development:  
Skill in handling manipulative materials which does includes activities as cutting, pasting, painting, coloring, puzzles, stringing and peg work.   

Examples are:
  • Begins cutting with scissors
  • Completes a five to ten piece puzzle
  • Copies a circle and square
  • Begins to do art with minimal supervision

Social and Emotional Development:  
  • A child’s responsibility of themselves, their friends and experiences.
  • Begins to understand that problems may be solved verbally rather than physically.
  • To learn to take turns and try to share
  • Plays with small groups of children
  • To help put things away

Cognitive Skills:  
  • Pre-reading, sensorial and math
  • Recognize eight colors
  • To begin to recite the Pledge of Allegiance
  • To begin to recognize letters of the alphabet (using games)
  • To begin to recognize senses (feel, small, taste, sight, hearing

Pre-Math:
  • Points to and names: circle, square, rectangle, triangle and diamond
  • To begin to sort by color, shape, size and texture (same and different)
  • Count by rote to 10
  • Recognize numbers by sight (1-5)