Children develop social, emotional, language, cognitive, and physical skills required for kindergarten success. This includes child and teacher directed learning activities, based on a nationally recognized curriculum, promoting exploratory play, peer interaction, and the development of early literacy, math, and science concepts. Degreed early childhood teachers provide preschool education to children with and without disabilities enrolled in Prescribed Pediatric Extended Care and the Early Care & Education programs
During designated Pre-K times, children dive deeper into kindergarten readiness and build skills they will use in school. This allows them to be ready for more advanced learning and organized skill building.