60 Years of Quality Teaching and Care Since 1956

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60 Years of Quality Teaching and Care Since 1956

APPROACHES TO LEARNING

  • Gain the ability to problem solve through exploration, interactions and discussion

  • Develop the ability to focus and complete specific tasks

  • Gain the ability to make independent choices and show eagerness for learning

Reasoning, Problem Solving and Initiative

Concord Preschool is committed to supporting early childhood development in a nurturing and loving environment. The main goal of our preschool program is to have the children prepared to be successful in Kindergarten by having a developmentally appropriate curriculum that fosters kindergarten readiness. This learning experience lays the foundation of continued school success and will help your child gain the confidence they need to help them succeed in their future endeavors. Our curriculum will focus on the social-emotional, Language-Literacy, Mathematics, Science, creative Expression and Physical development of your child as well as focusing on Approaches to learning.

PRE-KINDERGARTEN CURRICULUM

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LANGUAGE AND LITERACY

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MATHEMATICS

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SCIENCE

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  • Develop Listening, attention, comprehension skills and follow a two or three step direction

  • Identify particular sounds and increase vocabulary

Receptive Communication

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  • Learn to verbalize a story to an adult

  • Learn to communicate using nouns, verbs and descriptive phrases

Reasoning, Problem Solving and Initiative

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  • Identify letters of the alphabet and recognize letter sounds

  • Show comprehension by answering questions to a story

  • hold a book upright and turn the pages starting from the front

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Emergent Reading

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  • uses symbols or drawings to express experiences on papers

  • practice writing left to right and top to bottom

  • develop hand-eye coordination required for written communication

Emergent Writing

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  • Develop an awareness of counting numbers and quantity

  • Recognize numbers and recite numbers in  sequence

  • Use language to compare numbers such as more, less and same

Reasoning, Problem Solving and Initiative

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  • Recognize and copy simple patterns with a variety of materials

  • Sort and match objectys according to color, shape or size

  • Use non-standard ( hands, yarn or blocks) or standard ( ruler, measuring tape) to measure things.

  • Explore measurable elements (weight, volume, length or time)

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Patterns/Measurement

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  • Put together increasingly more difficult puzzles

  • Begin to build and draw two and three dimentional shapes

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Geometric and Spatial Sense

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  • Observe, describe and discuss he natural world of people, animals and plants

  • Observe, describe and discuss physical properties of non- living things both natural and man made ( rocks are hard, ice is cold)

  • Use materials and tools appropriately  for problem solving and exploration

  • Investigate and explore questions using observation to make predictions

Scientific Knowledge

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SOCIAL-EMOTIONAL

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  • Learning to make meaningful choices and experience the outcomes of those choices in a supportive and safe environment

  • Participate in activities that are challenging and thought-provoking

  • Learning to be part of the classroom group so that each child feels accepted and obtains a sense of belonging.

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Self-Concept

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  • Ability to express feelings and needs appropriately

  • Learning to understand that actions have consequences

  • Learning to follow simple rules and routines

Self-Regulation

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  • Develop awareness of other’s perspectives and gain understanding of how their actions impact those around them

  • Demonstrate positive social skills and manners.

Social Relationships and Cooperation

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