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Preschool Program

Our curriculum Program for preschoolers uses exploration and discovery to allow children to find independence, confidence and build upon their creativity and critical thinking skills. Since knowing how children learn is the basis of our program, we understand how important a teacher’s role is in your child’s life. Bright Start encourages child initiated learning while providing the appropriate amount of guidance and support for our students.

Because home and school are a child’s most vital worlds, we feel it is important to build a relationship with our families to ensure the most success for your child’s time at Bright Start Learning Center. Our teachers will motivate children to have a willingness to learn inside and outside the classroom, allowing your child to build on what they already know and develop their prior skills and understandings.

 Through our program, your child will learn to examine, create, and discover independently with hands-on exercises and repetitive activities to help transform these experiences into knowledge. Bright Start uses the Vroom Childhood Development theories as a platform to your child’s learning. We understand that communication is the key to shaping a growing mind. The first five years are when the brain builds its foundation for life. We will focus on creating these optimal moments to stretch your child’s development.

The Creative Curriculum for Preschool is based on five fundamental principles.

• Positive interactions and relationships with adults provide a critical
foundation for successful learning.

• Social–emotional competence is a significant factor in school success.

• Constructive, purposeful play supports essential learning.

• The physical environment affects the type and quality of learning interactions.

• Teacher–family partnerships promote development and learning.

Activities include:

    • Recycling
    • Learn about honesty, patience, and generosity
    • Dramatic play
    • Counting objects
    • Sharing stories
    • Identifying feelings