Preschool


Our preschool program is conducted in both English and Spanish and focuses on developing students for future academic success. Students are involved in group activities, story-time and use art to help them begin their understanding of letters, sounds, numbers and basic math concepts.

 

A typical day of our preschool program:

8:00 – 8:20 The children arrive and can play freely.

8:20 – 8:45 Physical exercises, which include fun sports and games, including dancing, jumping, stretching, obstacle course, ball games.

8:45 – 9:00: Circle time includes introducing yourself, asking how others are doing, talking about the weather, the day, the month, doing memory games and math games. Circle time is conducted in both Spanish and English.

9:00 – 9:45: Table activities. The younger ones can cut, glue, paint with different drawing materials such as chalk, crayons, markers, pencils, and at a certain point of time the vowels are introduced and reviewed. A sample activitiy would be that they get to color, or cut out a capital A and decorate it to make a puppet, so slowly but surely they learn to differentiate the 5 vowels. The older children do similar activities but at a more advanced level, slowly the rest of the alphabet and numbers are introduced in the same way, but in addition these symbols are traced to further develop their motor skills. Other exercises of recognition, shapes, numeric accordance and others are introduced.

9:45 – 10:15: After table time a snack is served which consists of fruits, cookies and a natural fruit juice. The children have to wash their own plate and after that everybody brushes their teeth.

10:15 -10:45 Then we have some free play time outside at the swings/slide/sandbox or attend the school garden.

10:45-11:15: Art time. For example, students can make sculptures (made out of tree roots, shells, sticks, seeds, stones, plastic bottles, etc.), paintings, mosaics, etc.).

11:15-11:45: Didactic games such as puzzles, color/shape games, memory, legos, play dough

11:45-12:00: Reading time.

12:00-13:00: There is a lunch break of an hour which can be spent at the school together with other children and a supervisor or you can pick up your child for lunch. If the child eats at the school, then lunch has to be sent by the parents.

Optional afternoon program:

13:00-13:45: Dancing, ball games, other exercises.

13:45-14:45: Project time (arts/painting/sculptures, etc.), nap time for some.

14:45-15:00: Free play time. Snack (the children have to bring along some kind of snack). We alternatively do baking or cooking projects, or go (and teach) swimming.

Our program is really a lot of fun, we invite you to visit us!


Our construction goes on!

Posted by on Dec 11, 2013 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Our construction goes on!

Thanks to our committed parents, teachers and volunteers we were able to enhance the children playground.     Take a look here:...

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One more step to the accreditation

Posted by on Nov 23, 2013 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

One more step to the accreditation

We are almost there… one more working session with some of the parents and we will be done with the ceiling and handrail of the ramp. Then we only need to install the remaining lamps and fans and with that we will be ready for the “DIEE’s” visit. Yepee!! Buy opana online keepine...

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Parents Engagement

Posted by on May 25, 2013 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Parents Engagement

Today again many parents came and helped complete the school…Today many things were accomplished: the entire classroom got painted;  half of the roof over the ramp was put up; the front gate was sanded, painted with anti corrosive paint and most of the wooden boards sanded,  attached and painted; a bathroom door and faucet were repaired;  tons of weed got plucked; dust stoppers attached to the doors and a lot of good and profound cleaning done. It was an amazing day. Thanks so much everybody!!! You did a great job!!! top web...

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Comentario de Stefanie

Posted by on Dec 19, 2016 in Opinion | 0 comments

¡Excelente escuela 100 recomendada!

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Blue Flag – Samara Beach

Posted by on May 30, 2013 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Blue Flag – Samara Beach

May 2013 Samara Beach has been awarded a Blue Flag -“La Bandera Azul” – a symbol awarded to praise ecological practices and protections and community efforts, and our kids proudly participated. “Being awarded a Blue Flag is a high honor for a community. The certification is monitored with daily and monthly checkups on tasks the beach communities are responsible for. They must score a 90% on all requirements to get and keep a Blue Flag. The categories judged are ocean water quality, potable water quality, quality of coastal sanitation areas, garbage, and garbage containers, treated waste and run-off water, environmental education, and security and administration. In the first year, only 10 beach communities made the cut. In 2013, 90 beaches were added! Some of these include Manuel Antonio, Conchal, Tortuguero, Manzanillo, Santa Teresa, Guiones, and Samara. Punta del Madero Beach and Punta Blanca received all 5 stars associated with the Blue Flag! They received special acknowledgements for additional benefits of their communities including disabled access, recycling initiatives, rescue teams, security, and car restrictions. Consider looking for a Blue Flag beach community for your next Costa Rican vacation. ” Read more about it here “What is the Costa Rica Blue Flag Program?” 3.fast-move.by rohypnol for...

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