Through the years, The Children’s Workshop has developed a quality, well-planned curriculum constructed with the developmental needs, interests and skills of children in mind. Our daily program offers: arts and crafts, academic learning activities, audiovisual programs, drama, dance, physical education, storytelling, organized games, music education and foreign language instruction.
The Two-Year-Old Program provides a rich array of activities for this busy age. The relationship between your child and his/her teacher is strengthened daily by learning new vocabulary through imitation and repetition. Progression of skills can be done at an individual pace by experimenting with our developmentally appropriate materials. Group activities include: songs, stories, finger plays and games teaching skills such as colors, shapes, numbers and letters. Students are encouraged to master their self-help skills and play independently. Our very active Two-Year-Olds spend their day exploring, discovering and interacting socially with friends.
Combining creativity and basic skills, Three-Year-Olds at The Children’s Workshop experience a wide range of subjects including: reading, language, math, music, physical education and much more. At this age, learning centers are used to allow small group activities for short spans of time. Time spent outdoors allows opportunities to develop advanced coordination and large muscle skills.
Four-Year-Olds – The preparation gained in this program will allow a smooth transition into the kindergarten and beyond. Our Pre-Kindergarteners develop skills during this most important year by engaging in learning that is both fun and rewarding. To master the readiness skills that are needed, a hands-on, stimulating room with structured centers helps to build a strong academic start. Concepts are introduced in subjects that include: mathematics, phonics, handwriting, practical skills, science and social studies. Our curriculum gives our students a broad base of knowledge and a desire to continue learning.