Early Learning for Preschool

Ages 3-5: Preschool at Northwest Center Kids

Creative Curriculum for Preschool

In our Preschool classrooms, children experiment with new social, language, and motor skills. Our early literacy focus includes enjoyable books to foster a love of reading and fun ways to learn letters (for example, learning the letter “b” as a part of an in-depth study on buildings). Children gain confidence through developmentally appropriate activities including dramatic play, games, art, music and movement, computers, and the outdoors.

Our preschool is part of the Seattle Preschool Program, building a foundation for successful learning through positive peer interactions, social-emotional competence (the ability to interact with others, regulate emotions and behavior, solve problems, and communicate effectively), and purposeful play in an inclusive environment. Parents and caregivers are important partners in every child’s learning, and we share curriculum and activities through newsletters, lesson plans, and ongoing communication.

Inside our Preschool Classrooms 

Disability-Inclusive Early Learning that Benefits Infants, Toddlers, and Preschoolers of All Abilities

With expertise in disability inclusion and an innovative approach to early childhood education going back to 1965, Northwest Center Kids Early Learning is proud to provide caring and inclusive daycare to children with and without disabilities in Seattle. We believe disability-inclusive childcare benefits children of all abilities and that all early learning educators can successfully include children with disabilities and challenging behaviors. We encourage you to learn about our early learning curriculum and to explore how you can make your preschool, daycare, or childcare inclusive through our IMPACT online courses and consultations.