Play Island Preschool offers both morning and afternoon classes. Our morning class is offered Monday/Wednesday or Tuesday/Thursday mornings from 8:00-11:00 a.m. for 3/4-year-old students. Our afternoon class is offered Monday thru Thursday afternoons from 12:00-3:00 p.m. for 4/5-year-old students, with an optional full-day Friday.
Morning Class (3 & 4 year olds)
Our morning class is intended for children who are toilet-trained and have turned 3. Our morning class is offered Monday/Wednesday or Tuesday/Thursday mornings from 8:00-11:00 a.m. Monday/Wednesday or Tuesday/Thursday morning tuition is $85/week.
Our curriculum supports creative, hands-on, engaging learning experiences to help strengthen fine motor skills, including art projects, sensory table investigation and table time activities. Our morning class provides students with supplemental child development and early learning skills that will prepare them for our afternoon class and support them in their early elementary years.
- Developing independence and building self-expression skills
- Strengthening social interactions with peers and adults
- Exploring early literacy, math, science and problem solving concepts
Afternoon Class (4 & 5 year olds)
Our afternoon class is intended for children who are toilet-trained, have turned 4 and plan to attend kindergarten the following year. Our afternoon class is offered Monday thru Thursday afternoons from 12:00-3:00 p.m., with an optional full-day Friday. Monday-Thursday afternoons tuition is $155/month. Monday-Thursday afternoons with full-day Friday tuition is $205/month.
Our curriculum encourages active exploration, investigation and play through a variety of learning centers, plus individual, small and large group activities. Students are guided to make discoveries, solve problems and express themselves through active involvement in order to discover more about themselves, other people and the world around them. Our afternoon class provides students with learning experiences and foundational skills that will prepare them for kindergarten.
- Identifying uppercase and lowercase letters
- Writing first and last name
- Recognizing and producing rhymes
- Developing early reading skills
- Identifying numbers 0-20
- Counting to 20+
- Identifying colors and 2D shapes
- Recognizing and producing patterns