How many students will there be?

There will be a max of 8 children.

How old does my child need to be?

Your child needs to be 3 years old by September 1st for the Monday/Wednesday class, and 4 years old by September 1st for the Tuesday/Thursday class.

Does my child need to be potty trained?

Yes, your child needs to be bathroom independent.

What are the days and hours?

The Monday/Wednesday class (for ages 3-4) is from 9:00-12:00. The Tuesday/Thursday class (for ages 4-5) is from 8:30-1:00. The first day of school is September 5th, and the last day is May 16th. The days off are similar to Poudre School District.

What will my child learn?

Your child will learn what they are ready to learn! All children learn differently and at different paces, so learning will be differentiated. For example, a 4 year old may be working on sight words during literacy time, while a 3 year old may be working on recognizing colors. There is no limit to what your child can learn! They will learn in a relaxed, structured, and loving environment. We will work on academics, social skills, fine and gross motor, and following directions. The most important thing is that your child feels loved and safe at school and then the rest will come!

How will I know what my child is learning?

At the beginning of every month, I will send home a newsletter on what we will be doing for the month. I also have a private Facebook page where I post daily on what we did in class, including pictures and videos! If you have questions or concerns you can contact me at anytime!

How much does it cost?

Tuition will be due by the first class of each month. The cost for the Monday/Wednesday class is $230/month and $350/month for the Tuesday/Thursday class.

Are snack/meals included?

Yes! A healthy morning snack will be served each day. Lunch will also be served in the T/Th class.

Are there any enrichment classes?

Both classes will have a monthly music class with Alisa Richter from Key Magna Music.

The T/Th class will also have a monthly visit from a farm animal, and BumbleBus (a mobile gymnastics bus) twice a month.

Will my child be ready for kindergarten?

Yes! As a former kindergarten teacher, I will make sure your child is well prepared. We work on physical development, social development, emotional development, language and literacy skills, and cognitive skills. We work on all of these skills through fun, meaningful activities and play.

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