Dilly Gators

Our Pre-k 3 classroom has a 1:10 ratio with a maximum of 20 students.

Our Pre-K 3 / Pre – K 4 Program builds the foundation for children’s school readiness. Students in this program are provided with a quality, standard-based education that prepares them to enter Kindergarten. Our Pre school program uses the Investigator’s Club and the Creative Curriculum. Some examples of curriculum activities are:

  • Journaling multiple times a week
  • Monthly site words
  • Letter and number recognition
  • Life skills
  • Proper use of classroom tools
  • Activities that strengthen understanding of the domains
    • Approaches to Learning
      • Initiative and curiosity
      • Persistence and attentiveness
      • Creativeness and imagination
    • Readiness
      • Social Emotional
      • Language
      • Listening
      • Self Help
      • Cognitive
      • Gross Motor
      • Fine Motor
  • AND MORE!!

Once your child is enrolled, we do an Ages and Stages assessment within their first 30 days. This tool allows us to pinpoint where your child is and then cater our curriculum around them. By assessing your child it allows us to have our teachers to create individualized lesson plans. Lesson plans are created to stimulate children’s development of language, emotional/social, and physical skills and abilities. Your child’s development is tracked and monitored in portfolios that follow them through out their time with us.


“Aligned to the Head Start Early Learning Outcomes Framework and state standards for three-year-olds, the program focuses on development of each of the goals and subdomains in five central domains.”

– InvestiGators Club

“The comprehensive prekindergarten learning system builds upon children’s natural curiosity about the world and their place in it. “Purposeful Inquiry,” the heart of The InvestiGator Club, awakens the scientist and explorer in every child. Children learn to use their senses, ask questions, and find answers in a supportive, print-rich environment.
The InvestiGator Club provides choices and creative tools for flexible “outside-the-box” teaching that inspires teachers, children, and families.
Best practices are guided by each classroom’s curriculum needs – play-based, project-oriented, or more structured based on the unique experience, teaching style, and goals of the teacher.

– InvestiGators Club