Parent Handbook

About Our Programs

1: Infant Community (IC) Class Introduction

1: Infant Community (IC) Class Introduction

The IC class is for children 1.5-3 years old. Their minds are at the stage in which they can absorb information unconsciously. They have a strong drive to learn and are very enthusiastic.

We provide a learning environment that includes self-care, care of the environment, care for others, food preparation, hand-eye coordination, hand crafts, self-expression (including art and music), and language. Children will participate in real life experiences regarding food preparation, clothes changing, maintaining the environment and other details. Working through these experiences, they will be able to fully develop their bodies and minds.

2: CASA Class Introduction

2: CASA Class Introduction

CASA classes provide a mixed age learning environment for children 3-6 years old. There are three consecutive hours for “working” in the morning. Work categories include “everyday life, sensorial education, math, language, humanities” and so on. The teacher will use her knowledge about early childhood development and her observations of the children’s unique abilities and characteristics to design and plan a variety of work demonstrations. The goal is to help children learn in a real life environment and assist them to gradually develop their independence. This will ultimately help children develop according to their own potential, and assist them to become self-motivated learners through the use of their own will power.

1: Infant Community (IC) Class Introduction 2: CASA Class Introduction