Classrooms

Classrooms

Our classrooms are bright, sunny and child-oriented. We incorporate quiet areas, spaces for dramatic play and art exploration

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Library Station

  • Developing a love for literature and reading
  • Learning how to handle and care for books
  • Identifying the characters, setting and events in a story
  • Retelling familiar stories
  • Using the pictures to help ‘read’ the story

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Block Station

  • Using the muscles in the hands and bodies
  • Developing hand-eye coordination
  • Practicing problem solving skills
  • Thinking creatively
  • Developing oral language and communication skills

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Arts Station

  • Developing hand-eye coordination
  • Exercising the muscles in the fingers, hands and arms necessary for writing
  • Using imaginations and creativity to stimulate the right side of the brain

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Manipulatives Station

  • Practicing critical thinking skills
  • Exercising the muscles in hands to develop coordination and dexterity
  • Improving hand-eye coordination
  • Developing spatial relationship skills

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Discovery Station

  • Asking questions and defining problems
  • Making predictions based on observations
  • Exploring and investigating
  • Making and recording observations
  • Acquiring scientific vocabulary
  • Developing inquiry skills

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Dramatic Play Station

  • Developing expressive language
  • Communicating our thoughts and ideas
  • Thinking creatively
  • Practicing problem solving skills
  • Developing self-regulation skills

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Listening Station

  • Develop comprehension skills
  • Learning how to follow directions
  • Practicing book handling skills
  • Engaging in reading activities with purpose and understanding

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Math Station

  • Counting to tell the number of objects
  • Learning the count sequence
  • Recognizing, creating and extending patters
  • Classifying objects by attribute
  • Naming and describing shapes

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Sensory Station

  • Using tactile senses to learn
  • Experimenting with weight and volume
  • Making new observations and discoveries
  • Practicing hand-eye coordination
  • Exercising the muscles in the fingers, hands and arms necessary for writing

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Writing Station

  • Developing hand-eye coordination
  • Exercising the muscles in the fingers, hands and arms necessary for writing
  • Learning that print carries a message
  • Communicating our thoughts and ideas in print