Nurturing And Educating The Whole Child
One Student at a Time Over 40 years of experience has taught us that children love to learn! Our program engages children and encourages them to explore new concepts, using teaching methods designed for young children. Our goal is a happy, well-adjusted child.
At Every Age, Every Stage The most rapid period of brain development occurs between birth and six years of age. These are critical years for your child. At Landmark Preschool, we nurture the whole child, beginning with helping children learn important social skills, supporting emerging language, developing confidence and curiosity. Our programs and classrooms are tailored for children's developmental needs. They are each carefully designed with your child's needs in mind.
More than Phonics Our literacy program introduces children to more than just the alphabet. Children love literature, starting with stories and flannel boards in our Ones and Twos, and continuing throughout our program. Children learn through play, so we teach games and hands-on activities. We work closely with students, adjusting the level of instruction as needed. Students progress at a rate that allows them to be happy, confident learners.
It All Adds Up to Success Early math concepts like spatial awareness, positional concepts, colors, shapes, patterns, sequence, and graphs are so important for success with later math skills. Under the expert guidance of our teachers, children develop these skills. As children progress through our program, we also introduce numerals, and the concept of one-to-one correspondence. We use games, calendar math, and technology to broaden students' understanding of the uses of numbers.
A Leader in Educating Young Minds Science, technology and engineering are wonderful ways to tap into a preschool child’s natural curiosity about the world. We integrate lessons on these topics with our themes to support cross-curricular learning connections. Children learn why fat helps keep a bear warm when it is cold. They learn what makes a ball roll down a ramp faster or slower, they engage in collaboration and problem solving as they work together on building the best house for the three little pigs. We use interactive whiteboards to bring the world into our classrooms with virtual field trips, and exciting learning games. We introduce coding using child-friendly robots and games. Technology is all around us, we want our students to understand what makes it work.