Preschool Learning Pod



Perseverance is the ability to overcome obstacles to achieve a goal, which is essential to a child's success in both school and life. In the play-based preschool classroom, children develop this crucial trait by engaging in learning activities through the process of learning, practicing, and mastering. This program is designed to develop children’s…



  • Verbally counting to 50, counting items they select and using each number up to 50 with accuracy;

  • Grouping items and demonstrating an understanding of number operations, which are components of critical-thinking skills;

  • Associating numbers with their corresponding quantities in groups containing up to five items. 


  • Further developing communication skills by building their vocabularies and expanding their language skills by using words to refer to and describe familiar people, animals, and objects;

  • Using materials in new and creative ways to symbolize something else; 

  • Engaging in imaginative play and using props to learn about the dramatic arts, which help develop creative skills. This can include exploring roles that are interesting or familiar. 


  • Understanding turn-taking, developing the capacity to wait, and communicating to others when it is their turn, which are necessary skills for self-regulation, a component of social-emotional intelligence;

  • Proposing a solution to their peers and working cooperatively to help solve a problem, which demonstrates executive function, collaboration, and critical-thinking skills;

  • Playing cooperatively with a small group of children and forming unique, authentic friendships with classmates for a short time.

All programs are customized to your child’s progress, needs, and age.