Preschool Program (ages 2-4)
This program introduces your child to social skills, language readiness, and identification of letters, numbers, colors and shapes. We use various activities and strategies to engage young students in the development of fundamental skills for printing letters and numbers, as well as teaching them how to listen and follow directions. Developmentally appropriate activities build self-esteem and an eagerness to learn. In addition to preschool-designed lesson plans, our teachers also focus on supporting children’s interests and learning needs. The curriculum we use is based on the philosophy that is backed by current research findings and sound educational theories of early childhood learning and development. We provide a wide range of hands-on, interactive materials allowing children to experiment and explore their surroundings. This includes a lot of art to build creative thinking and have fun.

preschool
preschool
Childrens Universe Two's Class

Children’s Universe Two’s Classroom

Childrens Universe Two's Class

Children’s Universe Two’s Classroom

Childrens Universe Two's Class

Children’s Universe Two’s Classroom

Our preschool program continues to build upon the foundations established in our toddler program.  Through developmentally appropriate hands-on learning activities, children are building their cognitive and social skills to be successful in Kindergarten.

At this stage, we are introducing children to STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math) activities to foster critical thinking and widen their scope of academic knowledge.

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Our classrooms are organized around learning centers. These defined areas allow children to play and explore materials with the guidance of the teacher.

Learning centers include: blocks, math manipulatives, home center, music, science, computers, art and library and writing center.

Our teachers are instructing children on life skills such as courage, kindness, respect and patience.   Life skills are especially important as they progress toward Kindergarten.

Computer knowledge is vital today.   Some experts suggest that allowing preschoolers to have computer time can be beneficial because it introduces educational skills, teaches spatial and logical skills, prepares children for future computer use, increases self-esteem and self-confidence, boosts problem-solving skills, stimulates language comprehension, improves long-term memory and manual dexterity.

Additional Details:

  • Circle time, small group time, large group time and outside play, give each child
    an opportunity to grow emotionally and cognitively
  • Structured hands-on learning environment
  • Spanish lessons given weekly
  • Educational software in computer learning center, that helps children build pre-reading and pre-math skills
  • Assessments to track progress toward Kindergarten
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preschool
Treetop Friends Curriculum

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Treetop Friends Curriculum

Early Childhood Education

Lessons
The curriculum developed by Treetop Friends has clear instructions for teachers so that children can experience the maximum benefit of what this
curriculum has to offer through different monthly themes and characters for each classroom.

Curriculum
In addition, we have developed a toolbox of educator trainings and a classroom management training plan for teachers to be successful in their classrooms. We want to take the guesswork out of classroom management to ensure success not only for the teacher, but for the children.

Treetop Friends has designed an early childhood and preschool education curriculum to benefit young children of different ages and assist with their early childhood education. We have developed specific lesson plans, activities, and bridge programs for:

  • Toddlers
  • Two-year-olds
  • Three-year-olds
  • Four-year-olds

Check out our curriculum pages for more information about each curriculum program we offer or call us to receive the information you need directly from one of our team members.