Miss Vicki, Miss Jocelyn, Miss Melissa and Miss Christine

For more information about registration and tuition for Penguins, see our General Info page under Classes & Tuition.


  • Encourage learning through play and exploration in a warm, age-appropriate setting​
  • Offer a wealth of storytelling, music, and movement opportunities
  • Create a variety of art and sensory experiences
  • Introduce colors, numbers, and letters
  • Provide gross and fine motor experiences in a rich and challenging environment
  • Daily indoor and outdoor play
  • Promote confidence and encourage independence through the acquisition of self-help skills​
  • Foster social and language development through cooperative play
  • Further develop social skills by providing numerous activities for imaginative play
  • Learn to sit through multi-step teacher directed activity time
  • Practice sharing, taking turns, and making independent choices
  • Master tools for kindergarten readiness: scissors, paintbrushes, alphabet, and math manipulatives
  • Work independently at centers
  • More practice with sequence and patterning activities
  • Continued development of fine motor skills
  • Expanded work with numbers and math concepts
  • Field trip opportunities

Educational Objectives

The Penguin class meets Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 12:45-3:15pm
Penguins must be age 5 by December 1 of the school year
In our Penguin class we develop kindergarten-readiness skills without rushing the child

Penguins