Our Preschool Curriculum

Woodlands Tree House Preschool follows a unique preschool curriculum that focuses on cognitive, language, social/emotional, physical, and aesthetic development. We use a combination of the High Reach Learning® Curriculum, Handwriting Without Tears, and Frog Street to bring your children a comprehensive approach to learning.

The High Reach Learning® Curriculum is an award-winning, research-supported preschool curriculum designed for children ages 12 months to 5 years that emphasizes a blend of teacher-facilitated and child-initiated activities.

Handwriting Without Tears is a multisensory handwriting instruction program incorporated through hands-on letter and number formation activities.

To bring all of the essential child growth skills together, we have adopted Frog Street, a research-based curriculum that focuses on Conscious Discipline. It uses early brain development research, intentional instruction, and developmental learning domains with an emphasis on social and emotional learning.

We believe that children learn best through actively engaging with people and things in their environment. Children are involved in hands-on experiences, real-life adventures, and assisted discovery as they explore concepts through play.


The Woodlands Tree House Preschool offers preschool programs for toddlers (starting at 18 months old) – 4 years of age and a private Kindergarten class. All programs are designed to enrich the lives of children in various areas of education, social skills, and development.


An Enriched Learning Experience

We promote a wholesome hands on learning experience with activities that support and enhance our preschool curriculum including music, movement, and Spanish programs. Use the button below to explore the various enrichment activities your children can enjoy at Woodlands Tree House Preschool.


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