Tri-Lakes Community Preschool

(719) 481-0528  

 
Curriculum

TLCP is a proud and active participant in the Colorado Preschool Program (CPP).

To meet the objectives below, we have built a classroom that is developmentally appropriate so that each individual child can grow physically, socially, emotionally and cognitively. We try to offer a safe, stimulating environment with materials and activities that are appropriate for the child's age and abilities so they can explore, grow and learn.  

Educational Objectives

To ensure a safe, emotionally supportive environment
To foster a positive self-concept
To develop social skills
To encourage language and literacy skills
To enhance physical development
To encourage self-help and independence skills
To encourage children to think, reason and experiment
To encourage creative expression and art expression
To support and develop partnerships with families
 
Children need an opportunity to experience different types of activities during the day to promote their fine motor skills, cognitive skills and socio-emotional skills. Our classroom has been set up with learning centers specifically designed for our 3 year old room and our Pre-K room to allow the children to learn at their own pace and through hands on experience.

Learning Centers

Language Center - A quiet area for the children to look at a variety of books.
Listening Center - An area for the children to listen to music and stories.
Writing Center - An area with paper, pencils, markers and stencils.
Art Center - A place for the children to show their creative side.
Manipulative/Math Center - Includes materials to develop fine motor skills and cognitive skills, such as puzzles, small blocks and games.
Dramatic Play Center - An area where children make sense of the world by acting out real life events such as cooking, parenting and shopping.
Science/Sensory Center - Provides the children with opportunities to explore things associated with nature, weather, light, measurement, magnetism, cooking and to experiment with sensory activities.
Music/Movement - Includes singing songs, learning finger-plays, playing musical instruments and dancing.
Block Center - Provides children the opportunity to create, imagine and learn about spatial concepts, logical thinking, and to develop fine and gross motor functioning and social interaction.
Computer Center - An area for the children to explore technology and to build fine motor skills and cognitive skills.
 
 
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