Entering preschool, your child's brain is uniquely prepared for language acquisition. Jump Immersion School supports them in this journey through individualized attention and core content curriculum in all subjects, such as Language Arts (both in the target language as well as English), Math, Science, Social Studies, Public Speaking, P.E. and Art.
My son started attending Jump!'s Summer camp when he was 2.5. I was nervous at first because he had never been cared for by anyone other than family. What I soon realized is that Jump! becomes an extension of your family. They were and still are absolutely amazing. The staff is incredible. They truly do care about your child and do anything in their power to make them feel welcomed, loved, and safe so that they don't even realize that they are in an academic environment.Erica Fresia
My preschooler has had a wonderful year at Jump in the Mandarin immersion class. She has greatly improved her Mandarin and acquired all the skills to be kindergarten ready. The teachers are all very nurturing and do a great job of tailoring their teaching to the individual child.Tu
Individualized work at the table to help children start their day by successfully completing a small but meaningful task.
An intimate time with their teacher to review the “Big Idea” of the day, discuss ideas about a study theme, sing songs, and assign responsibilities of the day.
Work in small groups in core areas such as Language Arts, Math, Science or Sensory, Dramatic Play, Art, etc. All activities are oriented to learn more about the theme study of the month.
Physical Education, Creative Curriculum Exploration Projects (C.C.E.P.): incorporates Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math, as well as Creativity.
A brainstorm about the day’s academic focus, learning from one another asking question, playing games, and working on project together.
Children will learn language arts in their target language, as well as in English, once they are 4 years old. The goal is to ensure that they can read and write in both languages.
Children choose their area of interest as teachers walk around the room to learn more about their students, and how they engage in each particular area.
A meaningful experience for students to develop social skills through free play.
A time to follow routines, share, and rest.