Welcome to Tiny Toes Early Learning Center

St. James’ Preschool offers a program that is developmentally appropriate and engaging for children ages 2-5. We believe that a child’s work is play and that he/she learns actively through all the senses. We also include a special focus on the social and emotional development of each child as they learn to work and play together as a class community.

 

  • Language and Literacy Development
  • Fine Motor Skills
  • Mathematics, Science and Social Studies
  • Social Skills
  • The Arts
Imaginations Awakened
Love for Learning Discovered
Art Creations Made
Yummy Snacks Passed

Our Programs

Class sizes at Tiny Toes Early Learning Center are small so we can give an abundance of individual attention!

Pre-K students continue to develop their social skills, independence and creativity by learning to work together on solving problems not only in the classroom but also in the community.
  • Age: 4-5 Year Olds
  • Class Size: 10
The three year old program uses theme-based units to continue the development of social skills. Children learn how to work together and express themselves through verbal language.
  • Age: 3 Year Olds
  • Class Size: 12
The two year old program introduces our youngest learners to being in school. In the twos, the class size will be no more than 8 children. Outside playtime is an exciting time for our two year olds.
  • Age: 2 Year Olds
  • Class Size: 8

Our Curriculum

Snacks Provided

Snacks can comprise up to one-third of the daily caloric intake for a healthy youngster. Growing children have high energy requirements.

Language Development

During early childhood, children’s abilities to understand, to process, and to produce language also flourish in an amazing way.

Motor Skills

Essential to complete tasks such as writing, cutting, using a fork or spoon, threading beads, moving puzzle pieces, zipping, buttoning, and tying shoe laces.

Mathematic & Science

The basic math and science skills teachers provide in early childhood education set the building blocks for the entire academic career.

The Arts

Art allows children to practice a wide range of skills that are useful not only for life, but also for learning.

Dramatic Play

Science, when viewed as a process of constructing understanding and developing ideas, is a natural focus in the early childhood program.