Preschool: Explorers (ages 2-3)

FTK Explorers

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The preschool experience sets the stage for your child’s attitude towards school. The best first school experience for your child is through FasTrack®Explorers. Our proven method of delivering a firm foundation for learning is available as a multi-day preschool program. Our FasTrack Explorers’ curriculum for 2-4 year olds will provide your child an interactive, digital learning experience blended with opportunities to collaborate with teachers and peers.

This child-centered program provides a solid foundation for future academic growth in preschool aged children. FasTrack Explorers utilizes an exciting, interactive program with a child centered approach and a focus on creativity, communication, confidence, critical thinking and collaboration.

FasTracKids Explorers is a STE(A)M based learning program.

Math elements, such as number recognition, sequence and pattern activities are foundational exercises for future learning. Phonics elements provide language activities that encourage children to absorb and expand their verbal vocabulary. Music and dance activities are used in FasTrack Explorers to increase gross motor skills and auditory discrimination with children’s rhymes.  We have also integrated the “Handwriting Without Tears”, multi-sensory curriculum which develops early writing skills and was developed by occupational therapists.

FasTrack Explorers students are exposed to  Educational Zigzagging℠. This method of instruction allows children to gather and repeat information through different visual, auditory and kinesthetic approaches, meeting the needs of various learning styles and developing brains.

Elements of the FasTrack Explorers program include: Welcome Time (transition and socialization), Welcome Circle (creative expression) FasTrack Learning Station (science and creativity), SnackTime (socialization),  Movement (gross motor skills), Academic Stations (language, literacy and math), Music Time(FasTrack Music), Creative Time (culture and art) and Closing Circle (creative expression).

 


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