Experienced, qualified teachers present a curriculum designed to improve social skills, enhance cognitive and kindergarten readiness skills and encourage creative development. St. Paul’s Preschool applies a balanced approach which includes both teacher directed and child initiated learning with an emphasis on understanding and responding to children’s learning styles and building on their strengths and interests.

A young child’s cognitive skills are strengthened by engaging in a wide range of hands-on activities, enhancing their ability to reason, problem solve and understand concepts.

centerLanguage and literacy:

  • Activities to encourage listening, comprehension and expressive language skills
  • Letter knowledge
  • Phonological awareness
  • Rhymes
  • Chants
  • Early writing
  • Book knowledge
  • Print awareness
  • Vocabulary development


  • Activities, games and puzzles to build children’s understanding of numbers
  • Number sense
  • Operations
  • Graphs
  • Patterns
  • Geometry
  • Measurement
  • Structure


  • Science activities encourage questions, observations, hypotheses and analysis
  • Age appropriate science activities
  • Methods
  • Hypothesis
  • Observations
  • Discovery

Fine Arts:

  • Activities to promote exploration
  • Art
  • Music
  • Movement
  • Dramatic playFirefighter

Social and emotional:

  • Strengthen socialization skills
  • Share
  • Contribute
  • Compromise
  • Be respectful of others
  • Problem-solve
  • Gain a sense of self
  • Explore
  • Play with her peers
  • Complete tasks independently
  • Build confidenceDino Diorama

Motor Skills:

  • Opportunities to improve Gross and Fine motor skill development and build their hand-eye coordination and balance
  • Run
  • Climb
  • Ride bikes
  • Play active games
  • Threading beads
  • Cutting with scissors
  • Writing and drawing
  • Manipulate tools and materials
  • Daily living skills

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