since 2003

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18 – 30 Months

The 18 to 30 Month class meets two days per week and introduces our youngest learners to early language and developmental skills in a supportive, play-based setting.

The 18 to 30 Month class is designed to support young children’s social-emotional, language, and physical development in a structured yet play-based setting. In this two-hour class, your child will establish confidence in being away from parents or guardians while gaining crucial practice in early language skills, gross motor skills, and problem solving skills such as cause and effect. Your child will also gain early primary knowledge about colors, numbers, environmental sound identification, and music as they engage in a variety of play-based activities that encourage physical coordination, increased attention span, and the ability to verbally identify their emotions and navigate their world. This class meets two days per week.

2 Years

Tailored specifically for two-year-olds, our 2s classes meet two days per week and support children’s early development and foundational learning skills. 2s Prep is taught by our therapeutic staff.

The 2s class is designed to facilitate developmental growth and learning for children ages two years to two years and eleven months. In this structured yet play-based class, your child will develop an age-appropriate understanding of learning as they begin to establish early foundational skills in core knowledge areas such as colors, letters, and numbers. Play-based activities will support children’s understanding of character and friendship as they also practice phonemic awareness, increased vocabulary and verbal skills, large motor skills, social awareness, sustained attention skills, and self expression in preparation for a successful transition to the preschool program. This two-hour class meets two days per week.

2s Prep is a two-hour therapeutic class for children ages two years to two years and eleven months. Taught by a Speech and Language Pathologist (SLP) and an Occupational Therapist (OT), this class is also supported by a child psychologist who focuses on building emotional and behavioral regulation skills, as well as social skills. In this class, your child will participate in free play, circle time, art, music, movement, snack, story time, and social-emotional regulation activities. This class structure will support your child’s academic readiness skill development, fine motor skill development, and speech and language skill development. This class meets two days per week.

Preschool

Our preschool classes meet three days per week and support developmental and academic readiness skills in children above the age of three. Preschool Prep and Preschool Plus are taught by our therapeutic staff.

The preschool class introduces children to more structure and academics through experiential and multisensory learning approaches. In this class designed for children above three years of age, your child will become familiar with our formal curriculums including lessons in pre-literacy (Wilson Fundations Program®), pre-writing (Handwriting Without Tears™ and SQ Write™), and mathematics. Your child will engage in science and social studies lessons based upon a weekly theme. This three-hour class meets three days per week.

Preschool Prep is a curriculum-based, therapeutic class designed for children above three years of age. Taught by a Speech and Language Pathologist  (SLP) and an Occupational Therapist (OT), this class is also supported by a child psychologist who focuses on building emotional and behavioral regulation skills, as well as social skills. During this class, your child will participate in free play, circle time, art, music, movement, snack, story time, and social-emotional regulation activities. This daily class structure will support your child’s academic readiness skill development, fine motor skill development, and speech and language skill development. This three-hour class meets three days per week.

Preschool Plus is our most specialized and supportive class designed for children above three years of age who need support with engagement, attention, regulation, learning, and communication skills. Children in the Preschool Plus class also benefit from direct instruction in how to engage and socialize with their peers. Taught by a Speech and Language Pathologist (SLP) and an Occupational Therapist (OT), Preschool Plus is also supported by a child psychologist who focuses on building emotional and behavioral regulation skills, as well as social skills. During this class, your child will participate in free play, circle time, art, music, movement, snack, story time, and social-emotional regulation activities. This daily class structure will support your child’s academic readiness skill development, fine motor skill development, and speech and language skill development. This three-hour class meets three days per week.

Junior Kindergarten

Our Junior Kindergarten classes meet five days per week and prepare four-year-old children for the transition to kindergarten. JK Prep and JK Plus are taught by our therapeutic staff.

Junior Kindergarten equips children with a solid foundation of knowledge in the key academic areas expected in kindergarten programs. Formal curriculums include reading (Wilson Reading System®), pre-writing (Handwriting Without Tears™ and SQ Write™), and mathematics (Everyday Mathematics). In this three-hour class, your child will also engage in science and social studies lessons based upon a weekly theme. Five days of attendance per week are required for this program, and we encourage participation in Extended Day. Students in the Junior Kindergarten class must be four years of age by September 1st.

Junior Kindergarten Prep is a three-hour, therapeutic class designed to prepare children for the transition to kindergarten. The curriculum in this class targets the following skills: attention, emotional and behavioral regulation, social skills, communication skills, fine and gross motor skills, sensory integration skills, and academic readiness in reading, writing, and math. Taught by a  Speech and Language Pathologist (SLP) and an Occupational Therapist (OT), JK Prep is also supported by a child psychologist who focuses on building emotional and behavioral regulation skills, as well as social skills. In this class, your child will engage in a small-group experience that promotes the necessary academic and social readiness skills needed for the transition to kindergarten. This class meets five days per week.

Junior Kindergarten Plus is our most specialized and supportive class designed for children who need support with engagement, attention, emotional and behavioral regulation, communication, fine and gross motor skills, sensory regulation skills, and academic readiness skills as they prepare for the transition to kindergarten. Children in the JK Plus class also benefit from direct instruction in how to engage and socialize with their peers. Taught by a speech and language pathologist (SLP) and an occupational therapist (OT), JK Plus is also supported by a child psychologist who focuses on building emotional and behavioral regulation skills, as well as social skills. During this class, your child will participate in a small-group, daily class structure designed to support your child’s academic readiness skill development, fine motor skill development, and speech and language skill development. This three-hour class meets five days per week.

Kindergarten + First Grade

Our combined kindergarten and first grade classes meet five days per week and develop children’s foundational knowledge in key academic areas. K/1 Prep and K/1 Plus are supported by our therapeutic staff.

The K/1 class features a traditional, academic curriculum designed to deepen students’ learning in core knowledge areas. Children in this three-hour class will also become familiar with pragmatic approaches to problem solving with a continued focus on their social development. Formal curriculums in this class include reading (Breakthrough to Literacy: First Grade Level), handwriting (Handwriting Without Tears™), mathematics (Everyday Mathematics), and science (FOSS Science). Students will also engage in writing and social studies lessons based upon a weekly theme. Five days of attendance per week are required for this program, and we strongly encourage participation in Extended Day.

K/1 Prep is a six-hour therapeutic class designed to prepare children for their next academic step. Led by a teacher trained in both elementary education and applied behavior analysis, this class is also supported by a speech and language pathologist (SLP), an occupational therapist (OT), and a child psychologist. The academic curriculum includes multisensory approaches to reading, writing, and mathematics. Students in this class will also engage in science and social studies lessons. While preparing your child for eventual opportunities to push-in, combine, and/or transition to a less supportive environment, K/1 Prep’s comprehensive approach will allow children to transition successfully into a private or public school for first or second grade.

Junior Kindergarten Plus is our most specialized and supportive class designed for children who need support with engagement, attention, emotional and behavioral regulation, communication, fine and gross motor skills, sensory regulation skills, and academic readiness skills as they prepare for the transition to kindergarten. Children in the JK Plus class also benefit from direct instruction in how to engage and socialize with their peers. Taught by a speech and language pathologist (SLP) and an occupational therapist (OT), JK Plus is also supported by a child psychologist who focuses on building emotional and behavioral regulation skills, as well as social skills. During this class, your child will participate in a small-group, daily class structure designed to support your child’s academic readiness skill development, fine motor skill development, and speech and language skill development. This three-hour class meets five days per week.