Ahead Learning & Language Center is now enrolling for the 2020-2021 school year! We are accepting applications for students who will begin Kindergarten in the Fall of 2021 and 2022 who need to improve/practice their skills in Letter Recognition, Phonics, Writing, Math and Elementary Spanish.
At Ahead Learning & Language Center we truly believe that it takes a village and our Half-Day Pre-K program promotes growth in a safe environment with instructors who truly have a passion for your child's development.
Classes begin in early October and end in late May. We meet daily from 8:30a.m. - 12:30p.m.
Snacks are provided and kids take monthly educational and reward based field trips.
For more information including tuition rates, contact us by clicking the blue telephone in the top right or the envelope button in the top left expressing your interest in our Half-Day Preschool program..
To Register please click the Registration button below:
Preschool promotes social and emotional development
-In order to learn, a young child needs to feel cared for and secure with a teacher or caregiver. A 3-year-old child is able to spend time away from parents and build trusting relationships with adults outside the family. High-quality preschool programs nurture warm relationships among children, teachers and parents. And teachers build a close personal connection with each child in their care.
Preschool is an opportunity for growth
-For many children, preschool is their first experience in a structured setting with teachers and groups of children. It’s an opportunity to learn to share, follow instructions, and begin the foundation for learning that will occur in elementary school.
Preschool promotes language and cognitive skills
-Preschool-age children’s language skills are nurtured in a “language-rich” environment. Between the ages of 3 and 5, a child’s vocabulary grows from 900 to 2,500 words, and her sentences become longer and more complex. In a conversational manner, and without dominating the discussion, teachers help children stretch their language skills by asking thought-provoking questions and introducing new vocabulary during science, art, snack time, and other activities. Children have many opportunities to sing, talk about favorite read-aloud books, and act out stories.