The two-year-old program focus is on developing life skills, effective communication, and introduction to educational concepts through developmentally appropriate activities and instruction. The curriculum is driven by learning standards and differentiated based on each child’s developmental needs. As much as possible, the desire is to reflect the home environment for the youngest learners; therefore, activities and instruction is centered around nurturing, loving, and listening to the students.
Each child will learn that they are a gift from God, made in His image, and loved so they can love others.
Each child will develop life skills such as self-care and developmentally appropriate independence.
Each child will learn how to be a good friend; interact appropriately, share, and demonstrate kindness.
Each child will develop the ability to function in a peer group and follow a daily classroom routine.
Each child will build physical strength, body awareness, and motor coordination.
Each child will develop self-regulation of emotions and problem solving with assistance.
Each child will learn foundational academic skills to provide a firm foundation for their learning career. The areas of focus include literacy, mathematics, and fine motor development.
Each child will develop language, listening, and responsive conversational skills.
Each child will play and interact with toys and manipulatives in both specific and creative ways for the purpose of learning.
Each child will explore their creativity utilizing various mediums, methods, and tools to develop fine motor skills.