Three Day Preschool


TEACHER:  Jena Inghram


3 -year-olds are full of wonder and ready to learn by DOING. Through guided play at preschool they are:
• Developing social skills
• Using language to solve problems
• Practicing self regulation
• Making neural (brain) connections that are the foundation for reading and math

Our class provides a stimulating variety of choices to explore for active, whole body learning. Challenges of learning to wait and negotiate with friends are met with understanding and proactive teaching.

Daily Routine

9:00 Welcome
9:15 Choice Time to Play, Explore, Pretend, Create, Climb, and Share a healthy snack (furnished and prepared by parents according to Health Department standards)
10:35 Put Away Time (we really make good use of toys and materials and we learn to be responsible for their care)
10:40 Circle Time Story or Book (extending our attention span and ability to regulate our bodies and emotions)
10:50 Music and Movement (singing and using big muscles and sharing space together)
10:55 Closing Circle (coming together to say Good Bye)
11:00 Good Bye


Parents assist in the classroom one day a week.

  • You choose whether your day each week will be either Mon/Tues/Wed morning.
  • Your child attends the other days without you.
  • If you cannot come in due to illness, etc. you ask another parent to trade with you.
  • We teach you ways to interact with the kids using our “positive discipline” philosophy.
  • On a rotating basis, bring healthy snack for the children.

Parents get to:

  • attend a monthly, evening parent meeting to discuss business and parenting topics
  • help with the running of the preschool and fundraising
  • choose a co-op job that fits your interests, skill, and time
  • become friends with other families that are investing in our children’s education

Parent Education is an important part of our Three Day Preschool

  • A professional Parenting Educator attends class one day each week (alternating Mon/Tues/Wed) ready to check in with you to offer tips that will help at home and at school
  • The class chooses one night a month for Parent Meeting–time to learn about guidance and discipline AND as an adult night out together (example: first Tuesday of each month)
  • To personalize your learning, choose from a list of free talks on topics such as: Guidance & Discipline, Raising Boys/Girls, How To Talk So Kids Will Listen, Sleep, Raising an Only, Making the Most of Temperament Traits

“Who said 3 year olds were easier than 2’s? At co-op I got new ideas….and I saw that my kid wasn’t ‘the only one’.”

Questions? Contact Us