What we're curious about
Kindergarten is not just pencil and paper. Every day in all areas of learning, we aim for interactive experiences. This means building with Legos, learning about density by experimenting with objects that float or sink, creating art with tools from individual art buckets, and moving as much as possible between "centers" -- stations for imaginative play located around the classroom.
In the Primer classroom, every morning begins with a community circle. Students speak with kindness, patiently take turns, and make eye contact with one another. Every child's voice is heard and perspective is considered, laying the groundwork for our youngest learners to develop empathy.