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St. Angela’s Preschool offers an enhanced series of elective programs to introduce your child to new learning experiences, beyond the classroom. These specialty programs help children develop skills in areas such as:

Physical Fitness | Creative Expression | Social Development

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Specialty Programs Develop Specific Skills

Specialty classes such as music, library, or physical education help children develop specific skills that will increase confidence, improve social skills, enhance creativity, and provide exposure to new ideas and concepts.

For example, music classes help develop a child’s sense of rhythm, while physical education helps develop gross motor skills.

Increase Confidence

Specialty programs in preschool can help children build their self-esteem and confidence. As they develop new skills and abilities, they gain a sense of accomplishment and pride.

Improve Social Skills

Specialty classes often involve group activities, which help children learn how to interact with their peers and develop the social skills of cooperation, communication, and teamwork.

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Enhanced Creativity

Classes such as music and movement help to stimulate children’s creativity and imagination, encouraging them to think outside the box and express themselves in new ways. Students receive different instruments and props to play with during music, allowing them the freedom and creativity to try new things.

Exposure to New Ideas and Concepts

Specialty classes can expose children to new ideas and concepts they may not otherwise encounter. Through these activities, students develop a greater capacity for communication and essential habits of mind that extend far beyond classroom walls and school years.