Early Pre-School

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Early Pre-School

Ages: 2 - 3 years old
Max Capacity: 20
Areas of Development: Cognitive, Social / Emotional, Hand & Finger Skills, etc.
Benefits: Nurturing Care, Quality Education, Milestone Reports, Healthy Meals
Price: Vary / Contact us
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The two year olds will learn and recognizing colors, basic shapes and start number counting. This group of children will be able to follow basic instructions given by teachers, and help out with simple chores in the classroom. Potty training, physical and verbal development are their major milestone as well. Teachers will assist them develop new skills such as listening skills, and memory recognition.

  • Play make believe with dolls, animals and people
  • Sort objects by color
  • Complete puzzles with 3 or 4 pieces
  • Understand concept of “two”
  • Separate easily from parents
  • Express a wide range of emotions
  • Object to major changes in routine
  • Make vertical, horizontal and circular strokes
  • Turn book pages one at a time
  • Build a tower of more than 6 blocks
  • Hold a pencil in writing position
  • Screw and unscrew jar lids, nuts and bolts
  • Recognize and identifies almost all common objects
  • Understand most sentences
  • Can say name, age and sex
  • Use pronouns (I, you, me, we, they)
  • Strangers can understand most of his/her words
  • Climb well
  • Walk up stairs alternating feet with support
  • Run easily
  • Pedal tricycle
  • Bend over easily without falling
  • Cognitive
  • Social / Emotional
  • Hand & Finger Skills
  • Language
  • Movement