Our curriculum is designed to provide a balance between developmentally appropriate practice and academic readiness skills. The children are given a variety of experiences in making choices, problem solving, role playing, and environmental exploration. These are completed through a wide range of activities including: music and movement, arts and crafts , learning centers, and free play. Our three year old classes use the Building Language for Literacy curriculum from Scholastic. Building Language for Literacy is a thematic based early literacy program that equips young children with the critical language and literacy skills and experiences they need to build the foundation for success in reading.
The desire of our curriculum is to make learning fun experience. We subscribe to the theory proposed by psychologist Jean Piaget, when he said that children learn best through play, and we have created our curriculum to provide hands-on fun and flexible learning Experiences for our students.
School is Fun Tutorial Center program is to provide early childhood education for preschool-aged children having a Christian values and aiming for academic excellence.
School is Fun Tutorial Center is to provide a combine curriculum that emphasizes on the child’s social/emotional, physical and cognitive development. Our focus is to provide learning experiences and encourage the child to grow both intellectually and spiritually
Goals & Objectives
School is Fun Tutorial Center is committed to provide a quality Christian education for students in Preschool. In support of the above mission, it is our goal to:
1. Provide qualified instructional staff who are dedicated Christians and positive role models;
2. Provide a variety of stimulating experiences and the tools necessary to facilitate development of cognitive concepts;
3. Provide a school environment that emphasizes the self-worth of each student and helps him or her develop positive social interaction skills;
4. Encourage the effective development of the student’s decision-making skills and personal responsibility.