The program consists of six major academic curriculum areas:
Sense of identity in a diverse society. Geography, history, art, music, botany, zoology, physical science, geology, and astronomy.
Independence, concentration, coordination, small and large motor skills, and care of the self and environment.
Order and organization. Refinement of the five senses – seeing, hearing, touching, tasting, and smelling – building a foundation for speech, writing, and math.
Prewriting, sound/symbol relationship, writing, and reading. Learning to express through written and spoken language.
Patterning and categorization, quantity/symbol relationship, place value leading to addition, multiplication, and subtraction into the thousands.
Refine fine motor, gross motor, auditory discrimination, and self-expression skills.