Imagination Station: Ready to Learn
Children are mastering potty training and learning other independent skills. Each child learns potty training at a different pace. We begin potty training when your child shows signs of interest. Bathrooms with child size toilets are located in the Imagination Station classroom to make potty training convenient for your child. A curriculum is planned around one theme, three letters, one shape and one number every month. Children continue to foster language through conversations with each other and with teachers. There are plenty of hugs for all children throughout the day.
Language and Literacy
We introduce high-quality children’s literature to promote a love of books. Our daily activities develop cognitive skills and introduce important literacy concepts.
Social and Cognitive Skill Building
Group time allows your child to talk, listen, share, take turns, cooperate and interact with friends. Our teachers reinforce the importance of being a team player and refines skills needed to flourish in a safe classroom environment.
Creativity and Imagination
Dramatic play, music and art activities give every child the opportunity to showcase their abundant creativity. We encourage all children to express their ideas in order to help build confidence, independence and imagination.
Our children learn new motor skills while running, jumping, throwing and practice coordination skills, such as writing, drawing, and other fun activities.
- Opportunities for your child to express him or herself creatively through music, arts, dance and drama
- A classroom environment that focuses on building your child’s cognitive, emotional, social, and physical skills
- Playtime and experiences that help boost cognitive and motor skills
- Age-appropriate activities and materials that help your child master important learning concepts
- Engaging small and large-group experiences
- Social and Emotional Development
- Hands-on experiences designed to boost problem solving and scientific thinking skills