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Preliteracy Area

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The Preliteracy room provides space for children to learn letters, numbers and use their imaginations. Activities are geared to help prepare minds and bodies for phonics, sequencing and writing. A small stage makes this room our home for story hours, music and everyday performances by little ones.

• Imaginations can run wild through storytelling with puppets and dress up clothes.

• Kids learn new sounds, vocabulary words and numbers while playing with puzzles and books.

• Fine motor tasks like hooks, locks and lacing prepare little hands for writing.

Educational Opportunities:

  • Early Literacy Skills​

  • Colors & Patterns

  • Sensory Exploration

  • Language Development

  • Problem Solving

  • Creative Process Exploration

  • Fine/Gross Motor Skills

For more information on how the educational opportunities benefit your child, please see the referenced links below:


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