Programs

​"Education is the most powerful weapon which   you can use to change the world". Nelson Mandela

Pre-school Curriculum Goals and Objectives at a Glance

SOCIAL/EMOTIONAL

DEVELOPMENT

 

Sense of Self

 

Show ability to adjust to new situations

Demonstrates appropriate trust in adults.

Recognize own feelings and manages them appropriately.

Stand up for rights.

 

Responsibility for Self and Others

 

Demonstrate self-direction and independence.

Take responsibility for own well-being.

Respect and care for classroom environment and materials.

Follow classroom routines.

Follow classroom rules.

 

Prosocial Behavior

 

Play well with other children.

Recognize the feelings of others and responds appropriately.

Share and respect the rights of others.

Use thinking skills to resolve conflicts.

PHYSICAL

DEVELOPMENT

Gross Motor

 

Demonstrate basic locomotor skills (running, jumping, hopping, galloping)

Show balance while moving.

Climb up and down

Pedal and steer wheeled vehicle.

Demonstrate throwing, kicking, and catching skills.

 

Fine Motor

 

Control small muscles in hands.

Coordinates eye-hand movement.

Use tools for writing and drawing.

COGNITIVE

DEVELOPMENT

Learning and Problem Solving

 

Observe objects and events with curiosity.

Approach problems flexibly

Show persistence in approaching tasks.

Explore cause and effect.

Apply knowledge or experience to a new context.

 

Logical Thinking

 

Classify objects.

Compare/measure objects.

Arrange objects in a series.

Recognize patterns and can repeat them.

Show awareness of time concepts and sequence.

Show awareness of position in space.

Use one-on-one correspondence.

Use numbers and counting.

 

Representation and Symbolic Thinking

 

Take pretend roles and situations.

Make believe with objects.

Make and interpret representations.

LANGUAGE

DEVELOPMENT

Listening and Speaking

 

Hear and discriminate the sounds of language.

Express self using words and expanded sentences.

Understand and follow oral directions.

Answer questions.

Ask questions.

Actively participate in conversations.

 

Reading and Writing

 

Enjoy and value reading

Demonstrate understanding of print concepts.

Demonstrate knowledge of the alphabet.

Use emerging reading skills to make meaning from print.

Comprehend and interpret meaning from books and other texts.

Understands the purpose of writing.

Write letters and words.