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Pre-School Programs in Brooklyn

Building Bridges Preschool is a non-denominational preschool for children aged 2 to 5 years. Building Bridges provides a safe and caring preschool environment that stimulates the physical, social, emotional, and cognitive development of children. A blend of academic skills, personal knowledge, and social awareness enables children to learn to the fullest of their abilities, preparing them for further education and lifelong learning. Small by intent and design, our size is a great strength as it promotes openness, accessibility and collaboration.

Two’s Program

Building Bridges offers a tender and nurturing environment for your child’s first preschool experience. Our gentle phase-in process at the start of the school year allows each child to separate gently into their new setting. It is also a special time for your child to begin to bond with their teachers and to make friends with classmates. Once phase in is behind us we begin to focus on encouraging the children to explore at their own pace through free play, arts and crafts, music, cooking, outdoor/indoor play, dancing, movement and singing.

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Three’s Program

Building Bridges Preschool embraces a three year old child’s developing language, social, emotional and imaginative skills. We allow for a gentle phase in at the beginning of the school year to ensure the children acclimate comfortably into the classroom environment and to feel safe and secure with their teachers and classmates. Through interactive storytelling, games and activities, we focus on friends and feelings at the beginning of the school year. We encourage exploration and imagination when we learn about our five senses and our human body study.

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Pre-K’s Program

Building Bridges Pre-K (older three and four year olds) program is designed to provide children with an exciting and engaging year-long experience by integrating math, science, health, creative arts, social studies, physical movement, early literacy and social-emotional development all under a framework of guided instruction and imaginative play.

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