• PreK - 1

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  • COMMUNICATION

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    • The baby makes two similar sounds, such as “ba-ba,” “da-da,” or “ga-ga”? (The sounds do not need to mean anything.)
    • If you ask the baby to, he plays at least one nursery game even if you don’t show him the activity yourself (such as “bye bye,” “Peeka- boo,” “clap your hands,” “So Big”)

    • The baby follows one simple command, such as “Come here,” “Give it to me,” or “Put it back,” without your using gestures

    • Baby says three words, such as “Mama,” “Dada,” and “Baba”? (A “word” is a sound or sounds your baby says consistently to mean someone or something.)
    • When you ask, “Where is the ball (hat, shoe, etc.)?” the baby looks at the object

    • When the baby wants something, he tell you by pointing to it
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  • GROSS MOTOR SKILLS

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    • After one or two tries, the baby picks up a piece of string with his first finger and thumb (The string may be attached to a toy.)
    • Baby picks up a crumb or Cheerio with the tips of her thumb and a finger.She may rest her arm or hand on the table while doing
    • Baby puts a small toy down, without dropping it, and then take his hand off the toy
    • Without resting her arm or hand on the table, the baby picks up a crumb or Cheerio with the tips of her thumb and a finger
    • Baby throws a small ball with a forward arm motion?
    • Baby helps turn the pages of a book
    • Without resting her arm or hand on the table, the baby picks up a crumb or Cheerio with the tips of her thumb and a finger
    • Baby throws a small ball with a forward arm motion
    • Baby helps turn the pages of a book
    • Baby stacks a small block or toy on top of another one
    • Baby makes a mark on the paper with the tip of a crayon (or pencil or pen) when trying to draw
    • Baby stacks three small blocks or toys on top of each other by herself
  • FINE MOTOR SKILLS

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    • The baby makes two similar sounds, such as “ba-ba,” “da-da,” or “ga-ga” (The sounds do not need to mean anything.)
    • If you ask the baby to, he plays at least one nursery game even if you don’t show him the activity yourself (such as “bye-bye,” “Peeka- boo,” “clap your hands,” “So Big”)
    • The baby follows one simple command, such as “Come here,” “Give it to me,” or “Put it back,” without your using gestures
    • Baby says three words, such as “Mama,” “Dada,” and “Baba” (A “word” is a sound or sounds your baby says consistently to mean someone or something.)
    • When you ask, “Where is the ball (hat, shoe, etc.)?” the baby looks at the object
    • When the baby wants something, he tells you by pointing to it
    • Baby says three words, such as “Mama,” “Dada,” and “Baba”? (A “word” is a sound or sounds your baby says consistently to mean someone or something)
    • When the baby wants something, she tells you by pointing to it
    • Baby shakes his head when he means “no” or yes”
    • Baby points to, pats or tries to pick up pictures in a book
    • Baby says four or more words in addition to Mama ” and “Dada”
    • When you ask her to, the baby goes into another room to find a familiar toy or object(You might ask, “Where is your ball?” or say, “Bring me your coat,” or “Go get your blanket.”)
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  • PERSONAL SOCIAL SKILLS

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    • When you hold out your hand and ask for his toy, the baby offers it to you even if he doesn’t let go of it
    • When you dress the baby, she pushes her arm through a sleeve once her arm is started in the hole of the sleeve
    • When you hold out your hand and ask for his toy, the baby lets go of it into your hand
    • When you dress the baby, she lifts her foot for her shoe, sock, or pant leg
    • Baby rolls or throws a ball back to you so that you can return it to him
    • Baby plays with a doll or stuffed animal by hugging it
  • SMART MUSIC

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    • Absorption: Child will learn to hear and aurally collect the sound of music in the environment.
    • Random Responses: The child will learn to move and babble in response, but without relation, to the sound of music in the environment.
    • Purposeful Responses: The child will also learn to relate movement and balle the sound of music in the environment.
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  • KIDOKINETICS

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    • Our parent/baby program, led by our Infant and Toddler Coaches, uses bean bags, hula hoops, crawling tunnels, bouncy balls, soccer balls, footballs, cones, and more to give children the best possible fun and an encouraging start when it comes to early physical fitness and development.