• Singing or reciting a song or rhyme that contains alliteration;
• Further developing communication skills by demonstrating an understanding of positional words such as over, under, up and down;
• Grasping the writing tool using the fist or the whole hand and beginning to make more precise lines or scribbles;
• Describing and finding meaning in what they write.
• Demonstrating a growing vocabulary by identifying people, animals and objects with words;
• Participating in simple back-and-forth conversational exchanges;
• Using teachers or classmates as resources when solving a problem or adopting a new solution and applying it both incorporate creativity and critical-thinking skills;
• Imitating the way a classmate uses a toy or tool and finding a creative way to use the materials demonstrate executive function skills.
• Reacting and responding appropriately to the wants and needs of teachers and classmates, which are signs of social-emotional intelligence;
• Showing facial expressions and responding to favored peers by moving close to them or hugging them;
• Attempting to accomplish routine tasks independently, which further develops critical-thinking skills;
• Separating from their parents without becoming upset and joining an activity with a familiar caregiver.
All programs are customized to your child’s progress, needs and age.