Room To Grow

Seedlings’ Developmental Kindergarten program is for children who are age-eligible for kindergarten yet would benefit from an additional year of preschool. The goal is to give students extra time with teachers to work on skills, help them engage with other children through play and group activities and to problem solve. Seedlings uses the same curriculum as the local kindergartens.

Have questions? We have answers! Please take a moment to read through frequently asked questions below.

If you are have more questions or are interested in wait listing your child for our Developmental Kindergarten program please email us. seedlings@lopc.org

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the difference between the Developmental Kindergarten (DK for 5-year-olds) and the Sunflowers (pre-K for 4-year-olds) classes?

Is the DK an academic program?

What kind of curriculum is used in the DK?

How do I know if I should send my child to regular kindergarten or to developmental kindergarten?

My child has been with the same group of kids for the past 3 years, I am worried she won’t adjust or feel part of this new group.