Learning Tree Preschool’s (LTP) curriculum provides children opportunities to learn in an environment that incorporates developmentally appropriate materials and activities. Children’s social/emotional, physical, cognitive, and language growth are the focus of group activities and interest centers. The curriculum will include hands-on activities to challenge the children to experience and explore their surroundings as they learn to develop their large and fine motor skills, to interact with each other, to express themselves, to think on their own, and to be creative in their work and play.
Literacy, math, science, social studies, and the arts are explored in a variety of age-appropriate experiences.
Flexible activities allow children to learn and grow at their own pace. The overall goals of the curriculum are that the children will know they are special, that they can learn more about whom they are, and that learning is fun and never-ending.
Spiritually, we present Christian values and introduce children to stories of Christianity, as well as stories of other faiths and traditions.
The classroom activities are based on LTP’s philosophy and goals.
A typical day at Learning Tree Preschool may include the following…
  • Fine motor activities
  • Gross motor activities (including games and free play)
  • Stories and songs
  • Writing and math activities that are age appropriate
  • Nutritious snacks