In the Preschool Program, children explore their independence and autonomy, begin to build their own relationships with others, negotiate conflicts, and establish bonds. With the purposeful guidance of our teachers, children begin to see themselves as problem solvers. Whether the problem is where to place a puzzle piece, how to negotiate with peers, or how to explain what happened in a story, the children in our preschool program learn the critical thinking and social skills that will help them use creative play to find solutions. The class offers a consistent and safe routine of daily activities while engaging children’s curiosity and creativity. Our curriculum is designed from a deep knowledge of child development and guided by the careful observations teachers make of the children throughout the day. Teachers ask questions which improve reasoning and thinking skills. The curriculum for the preschool program revolves around supporting them as active learners. Activities are set up to encourage children’s independence, decision making, and self-guided play, while building cognitive skills through play and creativity.