Social Skills:
To interact in a positive and constructive way with friends and peers, sharing and taking turns. Using words and body language to communicate with respect for others, and learning to listen politely and not speak out of turn. Use polite words and phrases to show what you like and need.
Emotional Skills:
Learn the concept of empathy and being sensitive towards others and one-self.
Self-Help Skills:
To have a sense of responsibility for putting belongings away, including folding up blankets and cleaning up own cubby area. May assist in helping teachers prepare for lunch.
Physical Skills:
Children play games and exercise during outdoor play.
Our Intermediate program also includes:
• Adding and subtracting single-digit numbers
• Rhyming
• Write names and basic words, such as dog, cat, and pig
• Counting and writing numbers from 1 to 30