Early Childhood Class


Ages 2.3 – 3.7 years old

Through stories and songs, we are encouraging a rapidly growing vocabulary in our Early Childhood Classroom. Students are able to engage in a conversation and use their language to express their wants and goals.  ECC students are becoming active listeners who engage and can maintain focus during a Morning Meeting or Circle Time.

Our youngest MUSE students are gaining a love of literacy through stories, songs, and poems. They are gaining meaning through hearing stories read aloud and are encouraged to share their observations about a particular story.

ECC Students are beginning to recognize some letters in print and can recognize the letters in their own name. They are beginning to create “letter-like” designs on paper and are encouraged to make scribble pictures that represent an idea.

ECC Students can count and recognize numbers 1-10 in print.  They are taught that numbers represent quantity through puzzles, games, and hands-on activities. Through hands-on opportunities with our classroom manipulatives, students work on recognizing and putting together simple shapes, and creating simple patterns.

​​Through hikes and adventures around our MUSE Global campus, our youngest students are introduced to the natural world and encouraged to make observations and comparisons about their environment.  Students are given opportunities to ask “who,” “what,” “why,” and “how” questions.

Social Studies
Learning how to play and communicate is truly at the center of what we do within the ECC classroom.  Our goal is for students to feel confident with their role within the MUSE community. Students work on separating from parents and transitioning easily through the day and are encouraged to consistently share their thoughts and feelings through classroom discussions and one-on-one “check-ins” with friends.


Please note: we do not offer GED programs.

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