Preschool Program : Seawolves

Seawolves

The Seawolves Group’s main goal is to get children ready for Kindergarten in the most fun way as possible! With a project-based approach to learning, we gather information and knowledge of topics we enjoy. Through inquiry and practice of activities based on these topics, we build skills we use in everyday life, plus so much more! Learning to write ABCs and 123s come naturally this way, just as much as the growth in understanding teamwork and leadership. This is also built with a focus on nature and eco-awareness via field trips around our Lands End location.

Age Range

4.5 – 5 Years

Tuition

$1,880 / MONTH

Daily Schedule

NOTIMEACTIVITY
17:45ARRIVALS, DAILY HEALTH CHECKS, TOILETING, HANDWASHING
                  AM SNACK 
210:00CIRCLE TIME, SMALL GROUP TIME, POTENTIAL GARDEN TIME
311:45TOILETING,  HANDWASHING, TRANSITION TO LUNCH
412:00LUNCH, CLEAN UP
512:45TOILETING, HANDWASHING, TRANSITION TO NAP
61:00NAPTIME / REST TIME
71:30QUIET INDOOR ACTIVITIES 
83:00TOILETING, HANDWASHING, TRANSITION TO PM SNACK
 PM SNACK, CLEAN UP
93:30CIRCLE TIME
104:00INDOOR / OUTDOOR FREEPLAY
115:30CENTER CLOSES

Coyotes Preschool Staff and Bios

Bea Isabela Bundang

Lead Preschool Teacher

The most important thing about learning to me is building relationships. I’ve been in the field for over 10 years, and have realized that a child learns best when they are able to form close bonds with their parents, teachers and friends. I also believe in the environment as being the third teacher. That is why music, gardening, hiking, and exploring nature have always been the core tools I’m most likely to use in and out of the classroom. I discovered Lands End School on a hike while doing my education practicum! It has definitely been a joy working here for the last several years, and it is the reason I get up every weekday morning! 

Chantelle Mak

Seawolves Preschool Teacher

My name is Chantelle Mak and I work with our Seawolves Preschool class. Born and raised in San Francisco, I left home to attend college at the University of California, Santa Cruz where I studied Psychology and Education. There, I’ve learnt about positive learning and discipline techniques and built upon my passion for working with children. I look forward to supporting each student’s growth as well as learning from my students every day! When I’m away from the classroom, I enjoy cooking, drawing, and spending time with my family.