After School
Our Austin Spanish immersion preschool offers the learning of two languages. One of them is the Spanish language, and the other is their native language. Further, the children get an opportunity to process what they learn. They get a chance to explore the world and interact with other children.
After-school programs encourage the interest of students towards arts. It is crucial for the mental development of the children. Being interested in arts, the children grow creative and with a strong imagination. We focus on the full development of every child.
Artistic and cultural activities are not always available for the children. We recommend the engagement of students in these programs, like their academics. The elements we introduce in this curriculum are literary, visual, and culinary arts. We encourage them to learn these skills. Furthermore, these learnings are essential to enhance creativity, team-spirit, and group collaboration. These skills help the children learn and explore more about success every day.
In our Austin Spanish immersion preschool, we develop the abilities of children to gain and apply knowledge. Moreover, they learn Spanish and their native languages at the same time. The students get a scope to present their views about whatever they see and learn. Children learn a wide variety of subjects like arts, mathematics, robotics, chess, stories, etc.
We support the visual arts via eight elements according to our curriculum.
Verbal Element
It includes reading, writing, story-telling, and doing crossword puzzles.
Visual Element
It includes drawing and designing images and visualizing pictures and objects. Further, thinking about the images or objects in mind is also a part of it.
Logical Element
Reasoning and logic, using digits and numbers and their calculations, are logical or mathematical elements.
Body/Physical Element
This element is all about motor skills. Using and balancing the body and holding objects are parts of the physical element. Furthermore, all different activities linking to environmental and self-care relate to this element.
Musical Element
It includes recognizing the rhythms, poems, pitch, patterns, and sounds. With this learning, the children start to recognize the good and bad sounds and voices.
Natural Element
Identifying and recognizing the natural elements is a part of this element. Here, the children learn to recognize the people, plants, and elements around them. 
Interpersonal Element
This element relates to social skills. It is all about the child’s behavior with other people. It includes communicating with others and understanding them.
Intrapersonal Element
This element relates to oneself. Understanding self-behavior, goals, emotions, etc., are all parts of the intrapersonal element.
**All these programs at NVRE are available in both full-time and part-time options.
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