3-5 Years Old
The preschool program at Children of Tomorrow provides personalized curriculum focused on helping preschoolers learn and grow both academically and socially for children ages 3-5 years old.
Your Preschooler’s Day at Children of Tomorrow
Every day in our preschool rooms at Children of Tomorrow, you will find:
Learning: Each week, preschoolers follow a curriculum that allow for outside and inside play, teacher-directed activities, and self-directed activities. Our programs are planned according to each child’s needs, and include teaching skills in science, math, language arts, and music.
Opportunities: We help preschoolers make good decisions and discover themselves as an individual. Providing learning and growing opportunities makes eager learners!
Play: Preschoolers express their imagination and learn language skills with creative play including dress-up, arts and crafts, and music. Coloring, playing with blocks and beads, outdoor activities, and balancing strengthen small and large muscles.
Making Friends: Children participate in conversations with their peers one-on-one, and also as a group. Learning how to respect our friends and ourselves is a skill preschoolers work on each day.
Meals and Snacks: Each day, Children of Tomorrow provides fresh, wholesome, and kid-friendly meals through a catering service. Our meals meet or exceed guidelines established by the Child Care Food Program, MN Department of Education, and the National Association for the Education of Young Children standards.
Napping and Quiet Time: Our preschoolers are encouraged to nap in the afternoon, or relax and reset their minds with quiet time.
Communication: Each day, you’ll receive electronic communication through our Tadpole program to communicate information on XX, XX, XX, XX. Daily, open communication with parents is extremely important.
Our preschool programs are planned according to each child's needs. Children of Tomorrow divides preschoolers into classrooms depending on their age to better meet the varying capabilities and interests. Our teachers plan weekly or monthly theme units that teach, support, and encourage each learner in our classroom.