- Large motor – encouraging movement through a variety of activities both indoors and out such as climbing, running, jumping, swinging, playing ball and other group activities.
- Small motor – activities that encourage hand eye coordination such as stringing beads, cutting, pasting, and block building
- Balance – provide creative movements, obstacles and group activities that encourage balance
- Independence – providing choices, encouraging self motivation, and self help skills
- Self Esteem – positive reinforcement and encouraging self-exploration. Sharing of feelings, stories, and dramatic play.
- Interactive skills – group activities both large and small, games, stories, music, dance and show & tell.
- Behavioral skills – at this age children cannot yet mediate themselves, therefore separation and redirection during disagreements and over activity will be enforced.
- Language – encouraging speech, conversations, show & tell, storytelling and reading.
- Cognitive – exploring nature, shapes and colors, books, puzzles, and matching games.
- Creative – music activities, art and dramatic play.