Preschool (ages 2 and 3)

As your child grows, their cognitive skills and curiosity continue to bloom. ABC’s preschool program introduces various concepts and skills such as math, science, language, and much more. All at a pace tailored for your little pre-schooler.

Two-year-olds 7:1 ratio

Two cute kids reading books. Awww.

Welcome to the ‘terrific twos’ where your toddler has exploded into their little individual! With an age-specific play yard and energetic teachers, our twos use their seemingly unending energy to move through the day. We provide a flexible schedule including art, group time, inside centers (blocks, manipulative, science, library), outside large motor activities, and exploring. There is a heavy emphasis on language development and social conduct. Our teachers focus on developing the social abilities that our two will need as they grow, such as sharing, manners, healthy habits, and of course, solid attachments and friendships. Beginning learning is introduced during group time, as our teachers use games and play to help children recognize colors, shapes, number amounts, and beginning science and math concepts. Our teachers are also potty training pros, working with families to move children from diapers to underwear and keeping consistent with the training moms and dads begin at home!

Three year olds 9:1 ratio

A group of children reading a book with their teacher.

Safely out of the twos and starting to show their personalities and talents, our threes enjoy using their new vocabulary and social skills to dive headfirst into learning. They eagerly participate in group art projects, nature walks, organized outdoor games, and independently work at centers available in the room. Willing and able to do everything themselves, our threes are encouraged to develop self-help skills and independent thinking. Teachers guide the day with cleverly designed lesson plans that promote learning through play and hands-on discovery. Building upon the foundation in our younger rooms, teachers expand the children’s learning as counting and shape and color recognition become more advanced; they also introduce ASL and beginning Spanish, not to mention working on personal behavior such as manners and social skills.