Kindergarten

A Transitional Year
  • Class Overview

  • Transitional Kindergarten

    By the time children reach kindergarten, their sense of independence, self-confidence, and self-reliance should be evident. As the year progresses, they will be able to complete tasks assigned to them without help. In kindergarten, the children will be able to grip a pencil or crayon correctly, write their first name using upper and lowercase letters. Counting to ten or even twenty should be easy for children who have been in preschool before. Children will also be able to classify objects by their size and shape. Kindergarteners will be able to use scissors, glue, paint, and other art materials with relatively little help which in turn will contribute to their imagination. Among other skills, kindergarteners will play independently or play in a small group. They can manage their bathroom needs, get themselves dressed, follow directions, and clean up after themselves. It is our hope that by the time they finish kindergarten at CDC, they will be reading and ready for their next educational journey.

    • Number of Classes:
      1
    • Class Size:
      20
    • Teachers per Class:
      2
    • Child:Teacher Ratio:
      12:1
    • Schedule:
      7am - 6pm M-F
    • Monthly Rate:
      $900
    • Waiting List?
      Yes
    Important Documents
  • Class Calendar