The early preschool classroom encourages learning through play in a caring and loving environment. Teachers write monthly and daily lesson plans that are based on the 10 learning domains: pre-reading, pre-math, science, social and emotional development, social studies, fine arts, fine motor, gross motor, Language and communication, and technology.
In the early preschool classroom, children learn through play and hands-on experiments. Children are taught basic self-help skills such as dressing themselves, drinking from a standard cup, potty training, serving snacks, washing hands, and cleaning up after themselves. Early preschoolers are truly amazing helpers!
We will encourage a child to use the potty only when they are ready. We do not rush or pressure them, and once the child is ready, parents and teachers will work together to help support and encourage success. The early preschool classroom is fully set up to encourage toilet readiness.
"Our task, regarding creativity, is to help children climb their own mountains, as high as possible."
At My Country Clubhouse, we have created an environment that enables children to develop relationships with the world around them. The classroom is set up to promote independence and to develop self-help skills. Each child is encouraged to start pouring water, clean up after themselves, and dress with a little help.
The early preschool classroom has lots of fun and interactive learning centers such as pre-reading, pre-writing, science, manipulatives, blocks, dramatic play, and puzzles. Materials are uncluttered, inviting, and easily accessible to children. In our classrooms, every resource is carefully chosen for its learning purpose.
As children grow, My Country Clubhouse continues to communicate with parents daily. We do this through newsletters, emails, text messages, and the Tadpoles Daily Report program.
Tadpoles is a program that allows our teachers to capture special moments, and take photos and videos of the children in action. Tadpoles will also send parents classroom information on their child's daily activities, meals, potty training, and supply reminders! We feel that a good relationship between school and home will create a well rounded child.