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Preschool Program
One hallmark of the preschool years is burgeoning independence. At Kid Builders, we see this in children’s shift from focusing on interactions with adults to truly engaging with their peers rather than merely playing alongside one another.

Project work and social role playing give children plenty of opportunities to develop social skills such as turn-taking, impulse control, empathy, and compromise. Our familiar routines, consistent rules, and challenging activities boost preschool children’s confidence in their own abilities while helping them make sense of their world and establish a sense of control. Each day, we balance quiet and activities as well as individual and group work.

Projects allow children to revisit and build on new ideas, as well as develop a big picture view as they learn concepts within context. Our interest centers target math, science, literacy, and creativity and encourage children to make connections across curriculum. Preschoolers have apparently boundless energy, and our programs encourage them to move, groove, build, and work their bodies on our playgrounds and in the classroom.

Our teacher-to-child ratio in the 3 year old preschool room is 1:8-10, 4 year old preschool room is 1:10-12.
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