Our students learn about self and others. They learn to trust known, caring adults; they learn to regulate the own behavior; they learn to manage their own feelings; they learn to respond to others’ feelings with growing empathy; they learn to play with other children; they learn to be a member of a group; and they learn to use personal care skills.
Our students learn about moving; we demonstrate basic gross motor skills; we demonstrate basic fine motor skills.
Our students learn about the world. They learn to sustain attention; they are taught and understand how objects can be used; they begin an understanding of cause and effect; they being to understand that things can be grouped; they begin to use problem-solving strategies; and they engage in pretend play.
Our students learn about communicating; They develop receptive language; they develop expressive language; they learn to participate in conversations; they enjoy books and being read to; they show an awareness of pictures and paint; and they experiment with drawing and writing.
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