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Diverse Learning Environments

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The 2-year-old program  introduces children to a fun and stimulating curriculum, which includes educational activities such as identifying numbers, colors, shapes, and letters. Lesson plans at our preschool for 2-year-olds are designed to help teach children important fundamentals while allowing each child to initiate and fine-tune their motor skills. This involves the use of paints, puzzles, blocks, crayons, and other creative tools. Children begin their steps towards independence by mastering potty training, self-care & hygiene, 

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Our 3-year-old preschool program continues focus on learning essentials such as teaching children to learn how to identify and recite the alphabet. The preschool program for 3-year-olds is also where children practice writing letters and numbers. Children are also taught how to write as well as recognize basic geometric shapes, colors, and the value of numbers. Group and individual activities are incorporated into their daily routine, which allows them to embrace their developmental needs of interaction and become more socially adept with interpersonal skills.

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Florida was one of the first states in the country to offer free prekindergarten for all 4-year-olds regardless of family income. The Voluntary Prekindergarten Education Program -- or VPK -- prepares early learners for success in kindergarten and beyond. VPK helps build a strong foundation for school using educational material corresponding to various stages in a child's development.

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Transitional Kindergarten

Transitional kindergarten can benefit both the student and the school. Here are five advantages that transitional kindergarten can bring to your school:

• Students are better positioned for academic success, which makes them less likely to be placed in special education or held back in later grades

• Allows time and space for young learners to develop socially and emotionally while building academic skills

• Students have time to develop social and self-regulation skills alongside academic skills

• Children are better prepared to succeed in kindergarten

• Students are more confident communicators because they’ve had time to build vital social skills

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