The teachers of the pre-school program (German Kindergarten) prepare a two-year lesson plan for the young students.
These classes are designed for students attending American Preschool during the day.
The content of the Preschool classes is guided by the orientation curriculum for Preschool Education of the State of Baden-Württemberg.
Children need to be potty trained. Age-appropriate German language skills are necessary to attend classes.
The class is taught in German only. Students will enjoy a well-structured lesson plan with guided play and circle time, where each week another topic will be introduced and discussed. A weekly craft project is part of the lesson plan to train hand-eye-coordination as well. Every other week the children will visit the German library, where they can find age-appropriate books and games. Creating their own lanterns for the famous lantern walk at school in November is one of the favorites as well as the visit from “Nikolaus” in December. In February the students get to dress up to celebrate “Fasching/Karneval” and parade dancing through the school. All this is part of bringing the German culture closer to the children.