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This is our ages 3-4-year-old class. This class builds on what was learned in our 2-3-year-old class. The morning begins with circle time where students gather to sing songs, listen to a story, and learn about shapes, colors, numbers, and sounds









After circle time, it's time for toilet training. Toilet training and personal hygiene, including handwashing, are integral parts of the educational program in this class. While children in this class are expected to be fully potty trained, some may face difficulties, and we provide the necessary assistance and training for them.

During class, children engage in the following activities:

Sensorial Activities: Children explore their senses through activities that focus on touch, sound, taste, smell, and sight. Examples include sorting objects by color, texture, size, and shape, as well as matching sounds or scents. In this class, we also progress to the 3rd Box of colors and learn to grade colors based on darkness and lightness.

Language Development: Children work on developing their language skills through storytelling, songs, rhymes, and vocabulary-building activities.

Mathematics: Children learn mathematical concepts through hands-on activities, such as counting beads or blocks, sorting objects by size or color, and learning about geometric shapes.

Cultural Activities: Children explore the world around them through activities that introduce them to different cultures, countries, and traditions. Examples include cooking food from different cultures, learning about animals and their habitats, and studying various types of music.

Art and Music: Children express their creativity through art and music activities, such as painting, drawing, singing, and dancing. These activities help develop their imagination and self-expression skills.


LED Lights - This class has flicker-free, evenly distributed LED spotlights with a dimmer for better learning and relaxation. Studies seem to indicate that proper LED lighting can improve concentration, reading speed, comprehension, lower error rates, and create calmer and more relaxed children.

ALEXA SMART SPEAKER - We have a variety of music for each part of the day, including gentle classical music for study time, dance music for exercise, and more.




Circle Time, music,  geometric shapes (Metal insets with square, triangle, rectangle, pentagon, trapezium, circle, oval, ellipse, curvilinear triangle, and quatrefoil), geometric solids (cube, oval, cone, ellipsoid, trianguler prism, reactanguler prism, cylinder, square based pyramid, trianguiler pyramid) counting 1-10, counting to the teens, number rods, botany (parts of a plant), geography (land/ocean/continents, gradading colors (Montessori color box 3), countries and flags, life cycle of insects (butterfly, frog), making letters with
movable alpahabet, site words, consonants, art and crafts, gross and fine motor skills with assorted activities.




08:00 – 08:40

Indoor & Outdoor Activities

08:40 – 09:00

Snack Time

09:00 – 09:30

Circle Time
Lesson of the Week, Singing, Dancing,
Introduction to Montessori:
Language, Mathematics, Geography, Geometry,
Spanish Lessons: Mondays & Thursdays

09:30 – 11:15

Individual Work Time
Montessori: Sensorial, Language, Mathematics, Geography, Botany, Zoology, Geometry
Art Projects, Play Dough, Cooking, Dramatic Play  

11:15 - 11:30

Story Time

11:30 –12:00

Lunch Time

12:30 – 02:30

Nap & Rest Time

02:30 – 02:45

Transition Time
Make beds, rest room, wash hands, diaper change, potty training.

02:45 – 03:00

Snack Time

03:00 – 03:50

Outdoor Play

03:50 - 04:30

Indoor Activities
Puzzles, Manipulative, Dramatic Play

04:30 – 05:00

Indoor Play
Reading Stories, Dance, Yoga