St. Mary’s Three Year Old Program

  • About Our Program

    The three year old curriculum is designed so that each child can develop his or her own cognitive skills with hands on activities and projects.

    The main emphasis of this program is placed on social development. We assist the children in building communication skills and relationships with others, while encouraging cooperative play and providing a safe and secure environment. We will introduce the children to a range of developmentally appropriate skills, such as: identifying shapes and colors, letter recognition, counting to 20, first name recognition, glue and scissor use, tracing, and coloring.

    Religion is a very important part of our curriculum. Twice a week the children have an interactive, religious lesson which will be sent home and shared with the family. They learn about God’s love and creation and respecting others. We frequently read stories from the Christian Bible. Christian values are incorporated into the classroom environment. We also teach the children the Our Father and the Hail Mary by reciting it everyday at Circle Time.
    Posted Oct 29, 2014, 8:36 AM by Susan Fernandes
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Recent Announcements

  • Untitled Post JANUARYJanuary will be a fun month in Prek-3. Our theme will be winter, and we will be learning about penguins, polar bears and Martin Luther King.
    Posted Jan 15, 2016, 6:29 AM by Susan Fernandes
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General Information

  • General Information LunchYou may pack a lunch for your child or order hot lunch. Hot lunch is ordered a month in advance, you may choose specific meals for your child on ...
    Posted Oct 28, 2014, 9:20 AM by Susan Fernandes
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Schedule

  • Daily Schedule Student drop-off/Centers and free play Continue centers and free play/Cleanup *Circle Time Activities and academics Snack and group bathroom time Group bathroom/Story time/Music & movement Lunch ...
    Posted Oct 28, 2014, 9:25 AM by Susan Fernandes
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