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"A person is a person no matter how small."

-Dr. Seuss

Preschool Overview

We are dedicated to fostering a supportive learning environment that promotes an awareness of diversity and multiculturalism through language and leadership.

We meet these goals with the guidance of dedicated native-speaking teachers and passionate Education Specialists who work together to provide innovative, highly interactive activities with the idea that together, we are stronger than apart.

Jump! Immersion School offers a Language + Leadership approach to learning. Children holistically learn language through academic content, interpersonal connections, and culture. They learn leadership through service, public speaking, community care and our proprietary Character-Building Program.

Everyday opportunities are available for each child to make responsible choices, learn and play independently and cooperatively, develop social problem-solving skills, and build positive relationships with both peers and adults. All these opportunities are what make us proud to be a leading private immersion preschool.

Differentiated Learning

Differentiated Learning is one of the cornerstones of Jump Preschool. Our Educational Specialists work in tandem with the teachers to ensure that each child reaches their potential at their own pace.

We love all our children where they are, and knowledge is key in understanding your child’s individual needs. We thoughtfully assess the children at the beginning of the year to ensure that the lessons given are meaningful and productive.

Preschool Grades

Taught 100% in the Target Language
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Exploration Time

Transition from home to school is a special time in our classroom as it is an opportunity to allow your child to explore their interests in a calm and individualized space. Our teachers are excited to find out what your child’s “thing” is...what inspires them to come to school.

Circle Time

An intimate time with the teacher to connect with your child as a community. Together they will discuss the theme of the day, sing songs, assign responsibilities, and share their experiences from home. Lots of hugs freely given.

Centers

Small and guided centers navigate the social emotional journey your child takes daily in our classroom. There are different opportunities to introduce and develop core subjects, such as Language Arts, Math, Science or Sensory, Dramatic Play, Art. The teachers are using this opportunity to work closely with all children to encourage them to problem solve, work independently, and feel proud of their accomplishments.

Character Building – The Study of the Squirrel

Children building projects are year-long themes devoted to developing character building skills through friendship, respect, collaboration, and understanding. As an example: in the 2.5-year-old class, they are learning about the resourceful and independent squirrel and how they adapt to all changes just like 2.5-year-olds to adapting from home to school.

Group Activity

Children dance, use instruments to learn rhythm, create artful masterpieces and expand on their creativity through peer interaction. It is an important time for children to reach beyond the classroom and enter a world of collaborative expression.

Interactive Storytime

Teachers interact with the children to develop the love of books, characters, and storytelling. Our student’s eyes brighten with every story being told and they learn important skills like empathy, respect, understanding and generosity.

Outdoor Recess

A meaningful experience for students to develop social skills through free play. Children visit the playground daily to develop healthy habits through exercise and to re-align their minds.

Nap Time

Daily naps are integral to your child’s development. Teachers will help children rest on their own mats and listen to soft music as they lull away to sleep. Children wake up energized and ready to continue their amazing day of learning.

Taught 90% in the Target Language and 10% in English
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Exploration Time

Transition from home to school is a special time in our classroom as it is an opportunity to allow your child to explore their interests in a calm and individualized space. Our teachers are excited to find out what your child’s “thing” is. What inspires them to come to school.

Circle Time

An intimate time with the teacher to connect with your child as a community. Together they will discuss the theme of the day, sing songs, assign responsibilities, and share their experiences from home. Lots of hugs freely given.

Centers

Small and guided centers navigate the social emotional journey your child takes daily in our classroom. There are different opportunities to introduce and develop core subjects, such as Language Arts, Math, Science or Sensory, Dramatic Play, Art. The teachers are using this opportunity to work closely with all children to encourage them to problem solve, work independently, and feel proud of their accomplishments.

Character Building – The Study of the Teddy Bear

Children building projects are year-long themes devoted to developing character building skills through friendship, respect, collaboration, and understanding. As an example: in the 3-year-old program, children are learning about the caring nature of the teddy bear. Through the teddy bear, they learn empathy, kindness, generosity, and the value of sharing feelings. The teddy bear is an extension of themselves and at times a representative of themselves as they learn the skill of communicating their feelings to others.

Group Activity

In Preschool 3, children review what they are learning as a group. They share ideas and learn from one another. It is an important time for children to reach beyond the classroom and enter a world of collaborative expression and discussion.

Interactive Storytime

Teachers interact with the children to develop the love of books, characters, and storytelling. Our student’s eyes brighten with every story being told and they learn important skills like empathy, respect, understanding and generosity.

Outdoor Recess

A meaningful experience for students to develop social skills through free play. Children visit the playground daily to develop healthy habits through exercise and to re-align their minds.

Nap Time

Daily naps are integral to your child’s development. Teachers will help children rest on their own mats and listen to soft music as they lull away to sleep. Children wake up energized and ready to continue their amazing day of learning.

Taught 80% in the Target Language and 20% in English
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Circle Time

An intimate time with the teacher to connect with your child as a community. Together they will discuss the theme of the day, sing songs, assign responsibilities, and share their experiences from home. Lots of hugs freely given.

Leadership Highlight
Centers + Leadership

Centers fosters an opportunity to encourage important leadership skills such as time management, negotiation, self- regulation, and critical thinking. Activities are designed by our Education Specialists with the intention to develop lifelong learning in the following core subjects: Language Arts, Math, Science or Sensory, Role Play, and Art. The teachers use this opportunity to work closely with all children to encourage them to problem-solve, work independently, and feel proud of their accomplishments.

Character Building - Study of the Ants

Children building projects are year-long themes devoted to building character skills through friendship, respect, teamwork, and responsibility. As an example: In the 4-year-old program, children learn about diligent ants and how they work as a team for the betterment of the whole. Preschool 4 children build understanding on how their roles and jobs impact the overall class.They learn to work together to achieve a goal and celebrate the wins and work together to make thoughtful decisions on how we can do better.

Leadership Highlight
Group Activity + Leadership

In group activity, we subscribe to the belief that “A person is a person no matter how small” by Dr. Seuss.Children in Preschool 4 are our ambassadors of care and teamwork. They will find where the need is and help. As an example: growing food in the garden to donate to the parents, making apple cider for Halloween and creating flowers for the teachers on teacher appreciation day.

Interactive Storytime

Teachers interact with the children to learn the story elements, main idea, sequence and finally the dramatization of the story. We see our student’s eyes brighten with every story we tell them while they learn important skills like empathy, respect, understanding and generosity.

Outdoor Recess

A meaningful experience for students to develop social skills through free play. Children visit the playground daily to develop healthy habits through exercise and to re-align their minds.



Preschool Special Programs & Highlights

What does Creative Curriculum offer my child?

Creative curriculum lesson plans are an answer to the demand for ensuring that preschoolers are educated in way that promotes development of individual thinking. These lesson plans encourage a style of teaching that embraces a child's natural curiosity and uses it to stimulate a desire to learn.

What Are Studies?

Studies are hands-on, project-based investigations of topics that children are interested in and are relevant to their everyday experiences. Children raise questions about the topic, and, through exploration and discovery, they find answers to their questions. In project-based learning, there are three phases: getting started, investigating, and celebrating learning at the end of the investigation. This approach integrates content in exciting and engaging ways, tapping into children’s natural curiosity. The result is a learning environment that is intentionally fun for children.

We take it a step further through C.C.E.P. projects:

Children create exciting group projects to demonstrate in the target language what they have learned in their studies.

Parents participate by visiting the classroom so that the children can demonstrate what they’ve learned using visual aids, public speaking, and song.


See a recent project with Boxes from our Summit Location:
C.C.E.P. projects improve:
  • Public Speaking
  • Language and Literacy in target language
  • Teamwork, effort, and organization skills
  • Creativity, curiosity, imagination, and initiative
  • Fine motor skills
  • Spatial intelligence and art appreciation

Why Cultural Appreciation and Diversity makes our school stronger

At Jump, we strongly believe in accessible education for all students. Children learn from one another with different socioeconomic backgrounds, culture, and patterns of thinking. It sparks cultural curiosity, strengthens their empathy, and broadens their perspective from a young age. That’s why we champion a supportive environment that embraces all diversity with open dialogue.

WATCH - Ms. Caroline explains how this shows up in our school:

Making Math Fun

The Singapore Math Methodology answers the call for a coherent sequence of topics while giving students time to master foundational topics. Thus, each grade level covers fewer topics but more intensively. Our program involves whole and small group experiences as well as tailored learning stations that allow for individual expression and independent math challenges.

WATCH - Ms. Wang Yu shares more details about math at Jump!


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