Childcare Centers



Having a good time while learning is the key to the curriculum for the two year olds. The program takes a positive approach to teaching ten major skills​

  1. Language Concepts and Development
  2. Understanding Others' Feelings
  3. Controlling One's Feelings
  4. Enhancing Self Confidence
  5. Recognizing Verbal and Non-Verbal Messages and Responses
  6. Recognizing There Are Different Ways to Solve Most Problems
  7. Determining The Best Alternative
  8. Identifying Suitable Goals
  9. Learning How to Implement Action to Achieve Desirable Goals
  10. Integrating These Newly Learned Skills to Make The Transition from Knowing What to Do to Actually Doing What They Know Should Be Done.

Large and small motor skills, movement and fitness, and eye-hand coordination are enhanced by singing, dancing, exercising, acting, coloring, pasting, playing with clay drawing, cutting and playing games.



​Kindergarten child. The major focus of the program is on helping children learn to think more effectively and to express their thought and feelings more clearly. In turn, this should foster their skills in living with other people. Peek contains 250 lessons, each of which generally takes about 30 minutes to complete, with 1,000 activities. By the end of the Peek Program and their fourth birthday, the children will have acquired many of the following abilities and skills:


  1. Playing and sharing cooperatively
  2. Beginning to distinguish between fantasy and reality
  3. Much more empathy toward others
  4. Displaying unsocialized behavior less often
  5. Able to participate in sedentary group instructional programs for longer periods of time


  1. Playing and sharing cooperatively
  2. Beginning to distinguish between fantasy and reality
  3. Much more empathy toward others
  4. Displaying unsocialized behavior less often
  5. Able to participate in sedentary group instructional programs for longer periods of time


  1. Have a receptive vocabulary approaching 2,500 words
  2. Have a expressive vocabulary of nearly 1,250 words
  3. Have much greater fluency and rhyming ability
  4. Have very few remaining unintelligible utterances
  5. Are using an adult format for nearly all sentences
  6. Use a higher proportion of complete sentences 

Alpha Time


​Alpha Time is a multi-media, multi-sensory language arts program. It affords each child a variety of oral language and literature experiences which are necessary for meaningful comprehension of written word. No entry skills are presumed. All activities and games are based on classroom activities.

 Alpha Time is a program which is in keeping with the ways by which young children learn: by active participation, visual delight, and fantasy. Alpha Time is also a process that takes into account individual differences and level of performance at this age level. Successful participation in classroom activities helps a child achieve a positive self-image and enables him to relate to other children. He also learns to verbalize his ideas and feeling. Su oral communication is a prerequisite to learning to read.

 The activities and experiences in Alpha Time help children acquire a variety of skills and concepts as well as the appropriate vocabulary with which to talk about their experiences. The components are designated to familiarize children with a variety of stories, poems, music, art, and to stimulate their interest in written symbols in picture and storybook, filmstrip, and in other audiovisual materials.

 The teacher has a choice of numerous strategies, options and materials to enable her to work-play with the entire group, bud-groups and individuals. The daily lesson plans offer many completely individualized activities, several small group projects and a section that may be used with the entire class.

 The Huggable Letter People are the agents through which the children participate actively and totally in group living, in creating, discovering, exploring and dramatizing. They are the medium for recognizing the letter of the alphabet and the sounds they make in words.

The Huggable and other Alpha Time components bring with them a variety of language experiences and skills which include:

  1. Visual/oral/auditory discrimination of the alphabet letter, colors, shapes, sounds.
  2. Handling books properly (e.g., holding book right side up; turning pages one at a time; following a left to right progression in looking at pages>
  3. Practicing comprehension skills on an oral level, e.g., use of storybooks, flat pictures, picture books, records and filmstrips to develop the following:

             Main idea (what story is all about in few words)

             Details (noting specific information)

             Sequence (ability to retell a story in its proper order)

             Inference (suing story clues to gain information not stated directly)

             Classification (noting things which are related or in the same category)

             Interpreting and identifying emotions

  4. Developing vocabulary in informal activates, songs, conversation, discussion, creative dramatics, storytelling, and recognizing parts of speech (i.e., antonyms, synonyms, verbs, compound words, prefixes adjectives).
  5. Listening and following directions
  6. Social living (recognizing and respecting individual differences and gaining insights and understanding into a variety of personalities - both their own and others)
  7. Dramatization (role playing, puppetry, finger plays, pantomime) 8. Music and rhythms (appreciation and participation)