Our preschool program here at Mini Einstein’s Learning Center is a positive, first school experience for your 4 and 5 year olds. We believe that children learn best when they are in a friendly, safe, secure, and nurturing environment. Our classroom is structured to provide your student with the opportunity to feel comfortable, build new friendships, and treat one another with kindness, respect, sensitivity, and an appreciation for each other. Also it allows students to feel like their class, is their home away from home. We work to meet the needs of each child at his or her own level of development, by building upon their strengths, to help them achieve and learn at their own pace. This is achieved through a curriculum that includes a balanced schedule of individual, small, and large group settings.

Another important aspect of our preschool philosophy is based on the belief that, any good early childhood program needs to have a close working relationship with the families it serves. We encourage and welcome the involvement of parents, guardians, and extended family members. Family involvement is very important in the learning process of your children. Our doors and hearts are always open to our families, and our community.

Throughout these early years your child will learn how to:

  • Gain confidence and build self-esteem
  • Develop listening skills and raising their hand
  • Taking turns and follow directions
  • Develop social and emotional skills
  • Learn academics through play

Gross motor skills

  • Stands on one foot for five seconds or longer
  • Hops, somersaults
  • Swings, climbs
  • May be able to skip

Fine motor skills

  • Copies triangle and other geometric patterns
  • Draws person with body
  • Prints some letters and numbers
  • Uses fork, spoon
  • Writing first Names

Cognitive Development

  • Can count 10 or more objects
  • Correctly names at least 4 colors or more
  • Better understands the concept of time
  • Knows about things used every day in the home (money, food, etc.)

Language development                             

  • Recalls part of a story
  • Speaks sentences of more than five words
  • Uses future tense
  • Tells longer stories
  • Says name and address
  • Learn kindergarten sight words (this is mostly for our children who will be entering kindergarten)

Social and emotional Development

  • Wants to please friends
  • Wants to be like his/her friends
  • More likely to agree to rules
  • Likes to sing, dance, and act
  • Show more independence
  • Able to distinguish fantasy from reality

​​Our classroom curriculum also includes: Indoor & Outdoor Play, Circle Time, Dramatic Play, Arts & Crafts, Bible study, Breakfast, Snack times and Lunch. By the time your child graduates from preschool, they will be ready for challenges of Kindergarten.

Thank you for taking the time to read our classroom biography. I look forward to meeting you, and your child or children, and start our adventure in learning.


4 Year Old Classrooms