The Pre-K 3 classroom is an environment for children to become familiar with a school setting, learn valuable lessons, and develop friendships that will last. Our main goal is to have these children ready to enter Pre-K 4 next year. Much of the Pre-K 3 day is spent using centers. There are many practical skills that are revealed during independent centers, including learning sharing strategies, appropriate social skills, and listening to and asking appropriate questions. Over the course of this year, students will be introduced to all the letters of the alphabet, colors, shapes, and numbers. Thematic units are used to enforce integrated learning in Pre-K 3.
-letter sound recognition
-introduction to correct pencil/crayon grip
-number recognition to 10