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La Plazita Preschool's curriculum is a mix of instructor led, play based,  montessori, Reggio Emilia and other curriculums we have merged to create our own.  As an immersion school we also employ a multitude of langauge acquisition techniques to ensure language learning.

Highlights of our Curriculum


This is just one of the many butterflies that have been born at La Plazita, where we observe their growth form egg to caterpillar to butterfly.

  • One month may have two or three themes at the most and include key vocabulary and songs that reflect the theme.

  • We send home a vocabulary list and songs so that parents may reinforce learning at home.

  • We integrate the key components of science, social sciences and math in all of our themes.

  • Our curriculum has strong early literacy components that get children writing and reading early on.

  • Our teachers are trained well on language modeling in order to promote not just language understanding but full vocalization even if Spanish is not spoken at home.

  • One of the most important goals of our school is to build empathy in our children and do so by having children work through conflicts that may arise amongst them and find solutions that satisfy all parties. This builds conscientious children that can resolve conflict before it arises.

  • We integrate Latino culture into a lot of what we do.

Curriculum Successes

  • Many of our full time children have become fully conversational in Spanish after only four months at the school.

  • Many of our children start writing their name and other letters at two.

  • Our graduates are well prepared for Kindergarten whether they go to a Spanish or English Kindergarten.

  • Our children demonstrate great empathy, problem solving skills and conscientiousness which leads to wonderful environment.


The children doing an insect observation after having let go a bunch of ladybugs in the garden.


Here are only a few of the many vegetables we harvest in our garden.

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Our children engaged in live science!

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