Students in our Kindergarten Enrichment program do music, an arts and crafts project, take a break for a peanut-free snack and the washroom and finish the day with drama and a story. Our university trained teacher uses music, movement, imagination, bells, recordings, books, drama games and creative projects to enrich and engage young minds in a fun encouraging environment. Front desk staff is always available during class times to assist you or your child.
Children ages four and five are welcome to attend, and we have two sessions to suit your schedule. Younger children do better in smaller classes, and we accept no more than eight students per session.
Enrichment in the creative arts helps students with socialization, working in a group setting, working towards goals and with listening skills. Skills learned in our program will help prepare preschoolers for kindergarten and kindergartners for first grade, as well as preparing them for private study in music or group lessons in drama.
In our school, students do an in-class presentation in December and a recital in June. Families in our program are invited to attend our winter and spring student recitals and our faculty recital in March free of charge as well as our end of the year Student Appreciation Day, a hot dog cookout, with clowns, games, prizes and live music!
For the 2011-2012 school year students can attend on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from either 9 - 11am or 12 - 2 pm.
Please call 732-219-1850 today to register or for more information. Class size is limited and this popular class will fill up quickly.