Three's-BirthdayThe Three’s

Three year olds are no longer toddlers but, at times, they will behave like toddlers and at other times, their language skills and motor skills will deceptively mimic the four year old. This is a distinct period of development with its own unique challenges and accomplishments. Three year olds are usually more cooperative than toddlers, but can easily revert back to toddler behavior when feeling tired or upset.

The Preschool Program and afternoon play periods are designed to encourage the development and practice of self-help skills (dressing, feeding, toileting and washing themselves, as well as picking up toys), fine motor skills (puzzles, pegboards, etc.) and language skills (through poems, rhymes, finger plays and musical activities). As they begin to form relationships with peers, they are given plenty of time to practice their socialization skills through indoor and outdoor play. Creative art is another avenue provided where self-expression and initiative are explored through various materials.

The Three’s Newsletter and Calendar:

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    The Threes Daily Schedule:

    7:00 Meet & Greet
    Fine Motor Activities
    8:00 Outside Activities
    8:30 Story time
    9:00 Prayer Circle
    9:10 Morning Prayer
    9:20 Snack
    10:00 Circle Time
    10:15 Discovering God’s Love
    10:30 Center time
    11:30 Science/Social Studies/Spanish
    11:50 Lunch
    12:10 Outside Time
    12:35 Math
    1:00 Mighty Minutes/Story time/Wrap Up
    1:30 Preschool Dismissal / Naptime
    2:30 Wake Up/Story Time
    3:00 Snack
    3:30 Science/Social Studies Extension
    4:00 Outside Time
    4:30 Music and Movement
    4:45 Center Time
    5:45 Transitions/Clean up/ Dismissal