EXPLORING NEW THEMES
3-year olds are keen to make sense of their environment. This is also when they start to develop an understanding of routines and social interactions. Imagination and creativity are their tools to experience ideas, so encouraging children at this age to explore interests will set the stage for more complex learning activities like reading, writing, and arithmetic. By the end of this year, most children can do these things:
Our Juniors Program meets 5 days a week for 3 hours, and is designed for children aged 2.9 to 3.8 years.
Use 5 or 6 words in a sentence
Use markers and crayons with more dexterity
Ask “wh” questions (such as what or why) about things