Emotional Skills:
  Children learn to express themselves to others and their peers, using phrases like, "Help please", "I don't like it", and "Thank you".
   
Self-Help Skills:
  Children learn to put away clothes and shoes, begin potty training, and how to eat by themselves using utensils.
   
Social Skills:
  Children learn 1 or 2 new words per week to help develop language and communications skills.
   
Physical Skills:
  Teachers plan a variety of activities that help children develop their gross and fine motor skills.