Room 1 is for children ages 2 to 3 years of age.*  There are ten spaces in this class.

Children learn to separate and transition to school, they participate in a variety of activities that are developmentally appropriate, such as:

  • Music
  • Movement
  • Art
  • Science
  • Pre-reading
  • Pre-writing development 

*Children in this classroom must turn 2 no later than October 31st of the current school year and they may not start school until their 2nd birthday. Toddlers in diapers are accepted without additional fee.

Room 1 is taught by Miss Isa

Class Daily Schedule

  • Opening Activity
  • Outside Play
  • Sand Shoe Dump + Hand Wash
  • Opening Circle Time + Group Activity
  • Snack Time
  • Diaper/Potty Check
  • Art/Group Activities
  • Inside Clean Up + Closing Circle Time - Music
  • Outside Play
  • Hand Wash + Dismiss to go home

Curriculum goals for Room 1: 2-3 years old

(Three years from kindergarten)

In this room we work on the following areas of development, our goals include, but are not limited to:

Social and Emotional Development

  • Separating positively from family
  • Using words to express needs and wants
  • Practicing personal self-help skills
  • Participating in group routines
  • Learning to play along side of peers

Cognitive Development

  • Making choices
  • Attempting and completing new tasks with focus
  • Asking questions

Language and Literacy Development

  • Listening to books and stories in a group
  • Participating in simple songs and finger plays
  • Combining words to create simple sentences
  • Experimenting with different writing tools

Math Development

  • Counting aloud 1 to 5
  • Naming and matching basic shapes
  • Understanding positional words
  • Classifying and sorting simple objects

Art and Science Development

  • Recognizing and naming basic colors
  • Participating in a variety of art projects
  • Exploringing simple cause and effect
  • Using senses to explore the environment

Large and Fine Motor Development

  • Practicing loco-motor skills: running, walking, jumping, marching, etc.
  • Moving in a coordinated way: throwing, catching, pedaling
  • Practicing eye-hand coordination: using markers and crayons with purpose, beading, building with blocks, etc.
  • Following simple movement prompts in songs

Self-Help and Healthy Habits

  • Begin to use bathroom independently
  • Learning to cough/sneeze into arm
  • Learning to serve and clean-up after self at snack
  • Attempting to put on on clothes: pull up pants, put on jackets, etc.