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Room 108

Age on August 15: Younger 3's (36-42 months)

Maximum Class Size: 13 Students

Teacher-to-Student Ratio: 1-7

Classroom Concepts:

  • Accomplish many self-help activities

  • Develop awareness and a sense of respect for self and others

  • Participate in conversations

  • Circle Time and Small Group Times that build confidence in  group participation and discussion

  • Introduce letters of the alphabet and other early literacy concepts

  • Introduce handwriting skills through tracing and writing first names and upper case letters

  • Build knowledge of the world through observation and awareness of surroundings

  • Increase phonemic and print awareness

  • Increase and enhance math concepts, such as counting, number identification, one-to-one correspondence, simple graphing and patterns

  • Build an understanding of small quantities and the concept of "one more"

  • Increase sensory awareness through sensory activities and play

  • Incorporate music into the daily routine

  • Explore artistic expression freely through a variety of media

  • Demonstrate hand-eye coordination through exploration and manipulation of objects

  • Acquire capacity to cooperatively play with other children

  • Self-help skills that increase independence


Added Values of Room 108

Developmental screenings are conducted twice yearly, once in the beginning of the school year and once in the late Spring, to assess student progress and growth.  This allows teachers to assess skill levels and target specific developmental deficits for each child.  Daily communication is sent home on each child regarding activities, behavior, sleep routines, etc.


Our curriculum is literacy-based and focused on language development and social/emotional growth. Books and thematic activities along with enrichment materials continue to provide three-year olds with a rich awareness of the world around them and establish a foundation for reading, science, and math. Increased opportunities to explore themes and individual interests through hands-on activities and science experiments.Focus on academics happens in large and small group settings as well as in one-on-one instruction.

The purpose of discipline in the classroom is to teach children self-discipline. Positive reinforcement is used to foster good behavior in the classroom.  Redirection is also used consistently to help children focus on options and activities that are available.  If behavior issues persist, the teachers work closely with the parents and our therapy staff to develop strategies to help modify behavior.

A typical toddler day includes:
  • Learning Centers (Blocks, Manipulatives, Cozy Corner, Imaginative Play)
  • Story Time with Songs and Puppets
  • Outdoor Play
  • Art and/or Sensory Activity
  • Nap
  • Lunch and Snack with Friends
  • Lots of TLC
*Diapers are changed when necessary, or every 2 hours, whichever comes first, or as requested by parents.
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