Children's New World | Child Care | Preschool | Yukon, OK

Serving the Yukon Community Since 1975

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Proven Early Childhood Curriculum

Children’s New World uses a developmentally-appropriate curriculums, fun activities, and hands-on learning experiences. For more information, contact us today.

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 Early literacy and reading readiness

 Math concepts

 Science, music, phonics, and art

 Nature study, field trips, and self-expression

 Phonics, storytelling, and computers

 Stretch and Grow

 Social awareness

Complete areas of preschool study

 Feeding themselves, picking up toys, and hand washing

 Other self-help skills

 Exploring their surroundings in a safe environment

 Pre-reading skills through nursery rhymes, finger plays, etc.

 Communicative processes

 Non-verbal communication, including sign language

Teaching toddlers

Teaching preschool

To learn more about our programs, call:

405-354-5056

Take advantage of our “whole child” curriculum, with emphasis on individual attention to help children recognize themselves as unique individuals who are entitled to respect themselves and others.

Learning for 2-year-olds

 Self-help and verbal skills

 Picking up toys, toileting, hand washing, and table manners

 Exploration in a safe environment

 Label 3 shapes: circle, square, and triangle

 Label 4 colors: red, blue, yellow, and green

 Know their first name

 Pre-reading skills with nursery rhymes, finger plays, etc.

Developing 3-year-olds

 Self-help skills like hand washing and toileting

 Table manners and picking up after and dressing oneself

 Colors: red, yellow, blue, green, purple, black, brown, orange

 Know name and birthday

 Encourage verbal skills

 Label shapes: circle, square, triangle, and rectangle

 Pre-reading skills through storytelling, nursery rhymes, etc.

Growing 4-year-olds

 Introduce conflict resolution

 Encourage verbal, pre-reading, and writing skills

 Classify objects by color or size

 Develop a simple pattern and repeat it

 Know their name, birthday, address, and phone number

 Self-help skills like table manners and dressing oneself

 Hand washing, toileting, and picking up after oneself

Pre-K means taking the next step

 Identifying and writing uppercase and lowercase letters

 Stating and writing their full name

 Rote counting and counting objects from 1 to 20

 Participating in and enjoying classroom activities

 Developing and repeating patterns

 Practicing conflict resolution

 Learning pre-reading and writing skills

Off to Kindergarten

At Children’s New World, we focus on age-appropriate skill building and follow NAEYC’s high-quality curriculum standards.

The Pre-K curriculum combines Scholastic’s “Big Day in Pre-K” with Fireflies – and both follow NAEYC’s guidelines. Our Scholastic-licensed curriculum allows you to go online and use our center’s PIN code to access e-books, games, and more.

 

These learning activities reinforce your child’s early learning in a fun and engaging manner.

 

In addition, Pre-K students also work on:

 Aid transition from Pre-K to elementary school

 Foster self-help skills

 Expand conflict resolution abilities

 Emerging reading and writing skills

 Classify and graph objects

 Develop and repeat patterns

 Encourage a sense of identity

Supplementing school-age learning

 Promote self-help skills and healthy homework habits

 Develop conflict resolution

 Encourage reading and writing skills

 Classify and graph objects

 Develop and repeat patterns

 Secure a sense of self-identity

 Aid in the process of making positive choices

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