At St. Theresa the curriculum for Early Childhood Education is structured in such a way where emphasis is placed on learning through fun using motivating activities.
Children are naturally curious, however, some might find it difficult to focus or use this curiosity.
Kindergarten is a time for sparking and directing your child’s curiosity and natural love of learning.
At St. Theresa, the development of self-esteem is one of the important goals of kindergarten. This is the process of helping your child feel good about who they are and confident in their ability to tackle the challenges of learning. Books can be a great help with this. These picks help boost confidence in children.
Kindergarten teaches cooperation: the ability to work, learn, and get along with others. Three years in kindergarten provide your child with the opportunity to learn patience, as well as the ability to take turns, share, and listen to others all social and emotional learning skills that they will use through their school years and beyond.