Three-year-olds are very curious and constantly searching for new information. They are becoming more independent, have greater self-esteem, and are open to new experiences and learning. Three-year-olds have a greater awareness of the world around them and their ability to affect things in it. At Richmond Hill Children’s Center, we believe that it is our responsibility to provide our students with a positive initial learning experience in preparation for early success and school readiness.
RHCC’s curriculum is theme based and incorporates letter, number, shape, and color recognition, as well as promoting language, physical development, and coordination. Our classrooms provide an active fun filled environment with a balance of structured activities and free play to encourage learning, with a special emphasis placed on developing literacy and math skills. The children are exposed to art, music, singing, dance, dramatic play, and various forms of children’s literature.
Through play, the children gather new information and learn new skills. Scheduled activities help to develop social skills such as sharing, taking turns, and playing cooperatively. Our goal is to help the children become problem solvers and develop a love of lifelong learning.