Infants (6 weeks to 12 months)

CEI Preschool teachers create a safe, clean, and warm environment pleasing your baby in a positive relationship between babies, parents and teacher.

Our low ratio gives the opportunity to interact with the teacher in a healthy atmosphere that helps to develop skills while play, sing, touch, and feel the world around them. Our program is focused on language acquisition, as well as physical, social, and cognitive development. Linguists explain the importance of why babies learn one language over another by listening to the humans around them. For this very reason, our enrichment program in Spanish gives the opportunity to open all senses in an early infancy.

Toddlers (1 to 2)

Toddlers are young learners who want to discover the world around them. Their curiosity drives them to get abilities to collaborate and communicate, exploring how to sing, dance, jump and much more. Therefore, CEI Preschool provides more than just daycare for toddlers; we help the children grow and learn during this transition from infancy to being mobile and independent.

Our program is an introduction of routines, positive guidance, and confidence building. All of this with qualified teachers that understand the importance of developing enrichment plans for different needs. This plan is focused on language, physical, social-emotional, and cognitive development. All this while still immersed in the Spanish language.

Early Preschool (2 to 3)

Early preschoolers are ready for routines and positive guidance. Perseverance and overcome obstacles are one of their qualities which is essential to children’s success. Early preschool classroom is designed to develop children verbally counting, grouping items and demonstrating an understanding of number operations, associating number, understanding turn-taking, engaging in imaginative play with dramatic arts and much more.

Our teachers are ready to embark this adventure developing our four areas language, physical, social-emotional and cognitive. This program is designed to improve early skills immersion in the Spanish world.

Preschool (3 to 4)

Preschoolers are ready to demonstrating executive function skills, classifying objects, beginning to suggest solutions and remaining focused on a task.

Our teachers encourage preschoolers to engage all activities and follow directions by themselves. Through our lesson plans allow children to learn from their teachers and from interactions with other children.

Children are engaged with pre-reading and pre-writing. Our program immersion in Spanish help them to understand the difference between Spanish and their home language through a variety of techniques than develop skills in language, physical, social-emotional and cognitive.

Pre-Kinder (4 to 5)

Young learners continue their journey developing social-emotional intelligence. Demonstrating executive function skills through classifying objects by color, shapes and size which help with critical-thinking.

Our program immersion in Spanish will give them the opportunity to demonstrate how immerse are in the language when they are using math concepts by counting 10 to 20 or more and demonstrating executive functions skills.

Curriculum

CEI Preschool (Spanish Immersion School) is designed to engage and learn in a fun way through our enriched Spanish program. We believe that the balance between academics and enthusiasm for fun helps to achieve the required skills. In addition, getting routines and structure in their early years develop the capacity and ability to be self-driven.

6 weeks to 12 months

  • Story time (expressions, sounds and colors)
  • Tummy time (Motor skills)
  • Fine and gross motor skills (Interacting with toys and food)
  • Sensory development (food and diverse materials)
  • Beginning Self-feeding (Spoon, plates, cups)
  • Language (soft conversations, singing, responding)
  • Social (mirror technique and interaction)
  • Cognitive (learning about everything in the classroom)

13 to 24 months

  • Positive guidance
  • Confidence and new experiences (routines)
  • Visualization with shapes and colors
  • Sign language vocabulary
  • Body parts
  • Finger painting
  • Sensory (ice, whip cream, watercolors)
  • Self-awareness through new experience.
  • Motor skills activities (jumping, role-play)
  • Social discovery.
  • Being familiar with letters (older babies)
  • Count to 10 (older babies)
  • Story time

2-year-old

  • Sign language vocabulary
  • Fine motor skills (Blocks and puzzles)
  • Gluing, painting, coloring.
  • Identifying people, animals and objects with words
  • Back-and-forth conversations
  • Responding appropriately
  • Routines tasks independently
  • Separating from their parents without becoming upset.
  • Recognize shapes and colors
  • Sound out letters of the alphabet
  • Weather recognition
  • Days of the week and months of the year
  • Count to 20
  • Story time

3-year-old

  • Confidence and strengthen natural curiosity (Learning centers activities)
  • Independence
  • Sound out each letter of the alphabet
  • Recognize shapes, colors, letters and identify their sounds.
  • Discovery new words and sounds.
  • Count to 50
  • Initiate adding and subtracting
  • Initiate writing letters and full name
  • Grouping items and demonstrating an understanding of number operations.
  • Building their vocabulary and expanding their language skills
  • Imaginative play and using props to learn about the dramatic art for creativity.
  • Sign language vocabulary
  • Responding appropriately, manners and positive attitudes.
  • Daily calendar, months, days of the week and weather
  • Understanding turn-taking
  • Working and play cooperatively
  • Story time (creativity)

4 to 5-year-old

  • Offering to share materials and space with a classmate by themselves.
  • Solving problems in the classroom
  • Performing a task and finishing it
  • Classifying objects by color, size or shapes
  • Using math concepts by counting until 100
  • Writing letters, full name and words
  • Play and role-playing
  • Classmate names
  • Responding appropriately, manners and positive attitudes.
  • Daily calendar, months, days of the week and weather
  • Understanding turn-taking
  • Working and play cooperatively
  • Storytelling
  • Spelling words and names
  • Recognize sight words