Three and Four Year Old Class

  • Class Overview

  • Threes and Fours Class

    Our three-and-four-year-old program schedules field trips throughout the year and includes a variety of activities to promote:

    • Mathematics, Language, and Literacy
    • Creative Development
    • Physical Development
    • Knowledge and Understanding of the World
    • Age:
      Must be at least 3 by September 1st
    • Days:
      Mon, Wed, Fri
      Optional STEM on Tues
    • Time:
      9:15 am - 11:45 am
      Tues 12:00 pm - 2:30 pm (STEM)
    • Class Size:
      16 Children
    • Adults in Classroom:
      Teacher, Assistant Teacher, Co-op Parent
    • Cost:
      (Tuition rates are reviewed annually and are subject to change.)
      3s - $199 / month
      if STEM incl - $216 / month
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  • Class Objectives

    Through a variety of play-based activities, children are given experience in the areas of social development, language arts, mathematics, science, music, art, and both fine and gross motor skills. In a typical class, students participate in circle time, indoor and/or outdoor free play, sensory activities, whole and/or small group instruction, show and tell, craft time, and snack.

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  • Teachers

    • Jessica Petree
      Director and Teacher

      Jessica Petree

      Director and Teacher

      Jessica joined the school in September 2016.  She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education with a 7-9 extension in English, as well as a Master’s Degree in Liberal Studies.  She has held a Maryland Teaching Certificate in grades K-12, and has 10 years of experience teaching and coaching children of varying grade levels in Harford and Baltimore Counties, as well as in a private school in Baltimore City. Most recently, she has enjoyed coaching her twins’ tee ball and soccer teams, as well as leading her oldest son’s den for Cub Scouts.

    • Tamara Heffner
      Assistant Teacher

      Tamara Heffner

      Assistant Teacher

      Tammie joined WLCN in the fall of 2015. Her son attended WLCN in the 4-year old class, so she is very familiar with the co-op environment. Miss Tammie has four years of experience working with special needs children at a daycare center in Virginia. She has actively volunteered at her children’s schools, and she worked as a substitute teacher for her daughter’s elementary school in Texas. Miss Tammie has a certificate in Surgical Technology from Northern Virginia Community College.

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