For children 3 – 5 years old, preschool is important time in a young child’s social, emotional, cognitive, physical skills and abilities as they build a broad foundation for lifelong learning and wellbeing.
Introducing STEM at an early age engages a child’s natural love to explore, observe, discover, and create their environment around them.
Virtual learning can offer a child and caregiver age/developmentally appropriate themed content, activities and resources for their child’s learning process with an early childhood teacher’s guidance.
Now enrolling. Contact the Preschool Office at 407.514.2166 for more information. Due to limited availability, please act now to guarantee a space for your child.
Virtual Preschool Connection Schedule
10:00 – 11:00 a.m. – Welcome, introduction of day’s themed content, related story
Teacher explicit led instruction of activity
Guided instruction of STEM activity
Enrichment / Home Connection Activity
2:00 – 2:30 p.m. – Preschool caregiver support for questions, resources, follow up
Weekly Themes & Dates
5 Sense Explorers – What are our 5 Senses
My Many Colored Days – Colors and Feelings
My Amazing Body – Fitness, muscles, bones
Feast for 10 – Food to feed our body
Our Four Seasons – Fall, Winter, Spring, Summer
Shapes All Around Us – 2D and 3D shapes
Planes, Trains and Automobiles – Transportation
Bugs, Bugs Everywhere – Insects vs Spiders
Growing in our Garden – Seeds, Plants, Grow cycle
Land and Sea Animals – Differences , Similarities
Hot and Cold Habitats – Arctic and Desert
Jr. Paleontologist – Dinosaurs
STEM Discovery – Science, Technology, Engineering, Math
Kids’ Concoctions – Kitchen items, Mixtures, Recipes
Nursery Rhyme Science – Science in a Nursery Rhyme
What’s the Weather? – Types of Weather
Frequently Asked Questions
Why is preschool important?
The importance of preschool focuses on the whole child while engaging in age/developmentally appropriate practices, hands-on play based learning and a child’s natural curiosity.
Why start STEM early?
STEM starts on day one of a person’s life. For the preschool age child they are a natural explorer, observing, discovering, creating and trying to improve things around them.
Why is it important to engage early learners?
Engaging an early learner helps to develop child’s social, emotional, cognitive and physical needs as they build a broad foundation for lifelong learning and wellbeing.
How is virtual learning helping during the pandemic?
Virtual learning can offer a parent and child age/developmentally appropriate themed content, activities and resources for their child’s early childhood learning process.
How can parents be involved in this process?
As a parent engages with their child through their listening, observing of and talking about various content, activities and experiences this will strengthen the social, emotional and learning process as a child transitions from home life to school.
How do parents act as their child’s first teacher?
Parents are their child’s first teacher by providing everyday routines, engaging in opportunities and experiences and showing that learning is lifelong.
Why do STEM skills make sense for preschool children?
Children are natural explorers, always asking questions, always curious, discovering.
Weekly tuition includes 1 hour daily connection, themed content, materials list, enrichment/home connection activity and 1/2 hour preschool caregiver support with early childhood teacher. Limited capacity provides for small groups in the virtual setting, which allows for more personal attention for each student during sessions. Please act now to ensure a space for your child.
Member – $50
General Public – $60
Four Week Package
Member – $185
General Public – $225
Refund and Cancellation Policy:
A 20% processing fee will be deducted on any refund for Virtual Preschool Connection week. A refund will only be issued to cancellations processed 2 weeks prior to the reservation. Cancellations made within two weeks of the scheduled event or no-shows will forfeit any refund.
Program size is limited. Weeks are subject to cancellation if the minimum number of students is not met one week prior to the program date.