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Preschool Program

3–5 Years Old

Our preschool program focuses on developing the total child while nurturing each child’s potential, building upon successes and mastered skills. Emphasis is placed on the role that social skills and interactions play in building a foundation for meeting future academic challenges.


Some of the milestones that mark preschool abilities and interests include:

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  • Shows Interest in Senses and Sensory Discrimination Activities – Color, Shapes, Sound, Smell, Taste, Weight
  • Shows Increasing Interest in Simple Number and Quantity Activities – Counting, Measuring, Observing More/Less and Larger/Smaller
  • Shows Interest in Literacy Activities – Pronouncing Letter Names/Sounds, Copying Letters/Handwriting, Doing Activities With Books
  • Engages in Goal-Directed Activities, Use of a Plan
  • Sorts and Matches Using More Than One Quality at a Time (i.e. Color and Size)
  • Engages in First Representational Art
  • Shows Increasing Awareness of Realistic Detail in Models, Dress-Ups, Dramatic Play, and Construction Play
  • Shows Interest in Nature, Science, Animals, Time, and How Things Work

Child's Choice Classroom Rotations

Children’s attention spans are short. They need a constant exchange between passive and active activities. At Conway Daycare, LLC, children move between enrichment activities that work in concert with their ability to maintain attention.


Brain development research findings indicate that the brain is more receptive to information and pays closer attention to information when things are new and different. When the brain grows accustomed to a particular activity or space, it has a tendency to tune it out—it
blocks learning.


According to Dr. Gold Scheible, former director of the Brain Research Institute at UCLA, unfamiliar activities are the brain’s best friend. Researchers believe that children placed in novel and stimulating environments, but not overstimulating, are more focused and more likely to process the information they are learning. Our enriching classrooms are designed to encourage learning.


Dr. Kay Albrecht, author and advocate for quality care and education, says that children benefit from a wide variety of experiences: child-initiated, teacher-directed, large group, small group, indoor, outdoor, quiet, and active. The center's unique approach to early childhood education offers children all of this in a highly enriched environment.


Children ages 2 and older begin their day in their primary classroom. They are encouraged to select from a menu of child-initiated activities as they socialize with their peers and with their teacher.


Choice is a critical component of the classroom. Choices allow children to match their instructional goals with their personal goals, and that provides children with a strong motivation to participate. It allows children to feel more positive about their work. Positive feelings result in an increase in body chemicals that in return, increase the potential for memory. We certainly want children to remember what they learn.


When children move about their primary classroom to participate in activities in the enrichment areas, the teachers move with them, constantly facilitating play and encouraging conversation with open-ended questions. This ensures continuity of care and keeps children from
feeling stressed.


In the enrichment areas, the children will participate in teacher-directed lessons led by the teachers. Children are allowed to practice and reflect on what they have learned before moving to another area.


According to Dr. Pam Schiller, practice and reflection are critical steps in learning. Each step plays a role in assisting the brain in its attempt to process information and store it in long-term memory.

Description of Program Activities Offered to Meet the Needs of Children in Our Program

  • Cut Paper
  • Use Fingers to Pick Up Small Objects
  • String Beds
  • Button and Unbutton Buttons
  • Complete Six-Piece Puzzle
    • Develop Gross Motor Skills
  • Run, Walk, Jump, and Gallop
  • Hop on One Foot

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  • Catch Ball With Hands
    • Copy Most Letters
    • Recognize A-Z
    • Write First Name
    • Recognize Numerals 1–20
    • Write Numerals 1–10
    • Begin to Take Turns
    • Share
    • Ask a Question
    • Have a “Friend”
    • Have an Awareness of “Bad/Inappropriate” and “Good/Appropriate” Behavior
    • Wash Hands Before Meals
    • Understand the Concepts of Quantity, Number, Space, and Time

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Our overall goals for the children in our care are:

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  • Build a Healthy and Positive Self-Concept
  • Provide Opportunities to Enhance Social Skills
  • Encourage Children to Think, Reason, Question, and Experiment
  • Promote Language
  • Encourage and Demonstrate Sound Health, Safety, and Nutrition Habits
  • Respect Cultural Diversity
  • Develop Initiative and Decision-Making Skills
  • Provide Opportunities for Physical Development
  • Develop Fine Motor Skills
  • Promote Muscular Control

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  • Develop Eye-Hand Coordination
  • Respond to Sounds
  • Enhance Emotional and Social Development
  • Enhance Locomotion and Manipulation
  • Increase Awareness of the Senses
  • Promote Discovery Through the Senses
  • Develop Language Skills
  • Promote Physical Development
  • Create Awareness of Object Permanence
  • Investigate Cause and Effect (Causality)

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  • Teach Them to Copy the Behavior of Others
    (Imitation and Play)

  • Teach Them to Use Words to Identify Objects
  • Help Them Identify Familiar Pictures/Objects
  • Develop Fine Motor Skills
  • Increase Muscular Control
  • Help Dress and Undress Self
  • Expand Social Relationships
  • Help Them Begin to Understand the Concepts of Quantity, Number, Space, and Time
  • Begin or Complete Toilet Training
  • Teach Them to Play Cooperatively

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Our center is located in Conway, South Carolina. If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to reach out to us by phone or email.

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