Teacher student ratio 1:5
Montessori style of teaching
Licensed by Dept. of Children and Families, NJ
Children do not have to be potty trained
Only licensed childcare facility in Hoboken offering 2 hrs drop-off
9am-11am (Drop-off begins 8.30am. Class begins at 9am)
Option to extend till 12pm
Children turning 15 mon by Oct 1
*Children turning 2 during this program will start following PreK Prep curriculum
Once babies start moving, they don’t stop! We keep the surroundings safe so that as mobile toddlers begin to explore and walk they can do so with confidence.
During this time we continue to stimulate the child’s brain and physical-motor skill sets. At this stage in their life, children begin forming words, exploring their surroundings, listening, understanding, developing love & trust and learn to focus their vision. We work with them through storytelling, arts/crafts, music & movement, by giving them lots of attention, teaching them sounds and to express emotions to establish a solid foundation in cognitive- language development and social-emotional development.
Eligible for childcare tax deduction
· Early writing skills
· Early math skills
· Emergent reading skills
· Color & shape recognition
· Letter & sound recognition
· Physical & motor skills
· Observations of scientific law
· Acclimation to classroom settings
· Steam based activities
Classroom Readiness / Basic Skillsets
· Physical & Motor development
· Cognitive & Language development
· Reading Readiness
· Sensory Processing
· Social & Emotional development
· Visual & Spatial Perception
· Oral Motor development
· Fine & Gross motor development
Sharing, Listening, Co-operating, Able to complete multistep
Making eye contact, respecting personal space, following directions, team play, encourage curiosity
Early Writing Skills
Using Playdoh, beads, pipe cleaners, lacing
Pencil/color grip, print their first name, cutting practice
Early Math Skills
Learning to count recognizing numbers
Learning the proper sequencing of numbers, counting with figures and shapes.
Emergent Reading Skills
Express emotion, able to turn pages of a book, says several single words or two words, recognizes letter sounds
Starting to speak in full sentences, use of pronouns, connects letters to sight words, able to have a conversation
Color & Shape Recognition
Primary and secondary colors, naming colors, ability to sort by color. Define and name basic shapes helps understand other signs and symbols.
Notice color and how it separates from shape, coloring in the lines. Match, identify and name, helps identify and organize visual information.
Letter & Sound Recognition
Naming letters, touch and learn letters, letters of their first name. Appropriate sounds for each letter symbol / phonics.
Recognizing lower/upper case letters, alphabet, & letter formation. Speech sounds can be connected to others.