3 Year Old’s

Our threes explore the world around them unnamedand experience the beauty of the changing seasons against the backdrop of our bucolic three acre campus.  Our children learn about spatial relationships and organizational concepts, while developing fine motor skills such as learning how to hold a crayon correctly, using scissors, finger painting and painting with brushes .  Children are introduced to classification and sequencing skills, number/ numerical relationships are taught through the use of manipulatives (such as teddy bear counters), preferential ordering as well as letters and numbers.  The use of art activities and cooking projects reinforce these exciting learning moments.

What Our Parents are Saying
My favorite thing I learned at Tarleton was French and Spanish.  If I hadn’t learned French at Tarleton, I would never have known about French because they don’t teach French yet at my school.
Former student K.L.