Preschool Program

Ages 3 - 4
  • Program Overview

  • Preschool

    Children at this age are rapidly developing personal, social and emotional development, communication, knowledge and understanding of the world, creative development, physical development and mathematical awareness. Our Preschool Program was designed to meet the developmental and social needs of three year olds. Language, Math, Science, and Character Education concepts are presented in fun and exciting ways that encourage self discovery and confidence. The use of songs, games, and art projects ensure that children are learning in a fun and dynamic environment.

    • Age Group:
      3-4 Years Old
    • Class Size:
      Maximum 20 Children
    • Ratio:
      1 Teacher : 10 Children
    Sample Spotlight on Learning
  • Preschool Transition Program

    This program is perfect for children who turn 3 but are still working on their potty training! These children can still work on their potty training while having an opportunity to be challenged with older activities, more socialization with children their own age and an introduction to a more age-appropriate preschool curriculum.

    • Theme-based Education

      Projects and activities are focused on increasing and strengthening your child’s ability to understand literacy and language skills, math and science reasoning and thought skills as well as a foreign language. Your child will work in small and large groups, as well as have the opportunity to work independently. All centers are directed by the teachers and allow children to make choices.

    • Interactive Media Centers

      Allowing preschool aged children to discover and explore freely within each of these areas of development sets the foundation for learning. During this stage of development, children learn and process information rapidly, and express interest and fascination in each new discovery. Our interactive media centers provide technology to engage children in new and exciting ways!

    • Parent Communication

      Communication between staff and parents is a top priority at Chesterfield Academy. Each day you will receive a daily report that outlines your child’s day and the exciting learning experiences he or she has had. Pictures taken by our caregivers are sent via email for you to enjoy while at work! These photos are also used for portfolios and in the classroom to create an environment that is familiar to the children. We also hold Parent Teacher Conferences twice a year. During Parent Teacher conferences your child’s teacher will discuss with you the developmental checklist, go through your child’s developmental portfolio and be available to address any questions or concerns you may have.

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