Room 2 is for children 3 to 4 years of age. There are twelve spaces in the class.

In Room 2, they focus on:

  • Early letter recognition
  • Drawing as means of communication
  • Science exploration
  • Cooperative play and projects
  • Problem solving
  • Self care 
  • Literature & language awareness
  • Large & fine motor development
  • Beginning use of writing & drawing tools. Introduction to scissors use


Room 2 is taught by Miss Norma

Class Daily Schedule

  • Opening Activity (Free choice)
  • Outside Play
  • Circle time (Who's here today, music, story time)
  • Clean up / Wash hands
  • Snack Time
  • Table Group Activities (Art, Math/Science, Literacy/Sensory
  • Clean up / Line up
  • Outside Play

    Curriculum goals for Room 2: 3-4 years old

    Two 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

    • Demonstrating a positive attitude towards school
    • Using words to express needs, wants and feelings
    • Knowing name, age, gender
    • Participating and attending in large and small groups
    • Developing positive relationships with peers and teachers

    Cognitive Development

    • Showing curiosity and asks questions
    • Focusing on and completing tasks and activities
    • Showing an ability to resolve problems encountered in play
    • Recalling past experiences
    • Showing some understanding of time sequence

    Language and Literacy Development

    • Listening and enjoying books and stories independently and in groups
    • Recognizing own name in print
    • Participating in songs, finger plays and poems
    • Speaking clearly enough to be understood
    • Participating in conversations
    • Demonstrating interest in letters and letter sounds

    Math Development

    • Counting aloud 1 to 10, counting objects up to 5
    • Recognizing numbers 1 to 5
    • Recognizing basic shapes
    • Classifying and sorting objects
    • Understanding more and less

    Art and Science Development

    • Recognizing and naming primary and some secondary colors
    • Using senses to explore the environment
    • Making predictions based on past experiences
    • Willingness to use a variety of materials and mediums
    • Participating in musical and rhythmic experiences

    Large and Fine Motor Development

    • Moving in a loco-motor way: walking running, jumping, climbing, etc.
    • Moving in a coordinated way: throwing, catching, kicking, pedaling
    • Following prompts in songs
    • Using writing and drawing tools with control and purpose
    • Attempting to write name
    • Beginning to use scissors
    • Using manipulatives with a purpose

    Self-Help and Healthy Habits

    • Using the bathroom independently
    • Attempting to dress oneself independently
    • Beginning to practice healthy habits independently
    • Serving and cleaning up after oneself at snack