The PreK 3 Program at Al Bayan Learning Center is designed to provide a strong foundation for 3-year-old students. The curriculum is comprehensive, integrating Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies, Qur'an, Arabic, and Islamic Studies. Our aim is to cultivate the students' spiritual, academic, and personal growth, empowering them to become leaders and succeed in life with a strong faith.
The program is full-time, offering a dynamic learning experience for young students.
The program aims to equip its young students with the essential building blocks for their academic and personal growth through a combination of engaging and interactive methods. With the goal of preparing them for their future academic journey, our program prioritizes readiness and sets students on the path to success.
To enhance their learning experience, we offer hands-on exploration and discovery opportunities.
To create strong relationship with the Holy Book, students begin with the basics of al-Qaida Noorania. They are taught the Arabic letters through interactive and engaging methods that emphasize recognition and proper pronunciation. The curriculum also includes memorization of the concluding surahs of Juz 30. To broaden their exposure to the Arabic language, students rotate among different learning centers, allowing them to experience different sounds and visual aids. The curriculum also employs a variety of tools, including flashcards, hands-on activities, painting, and Montessori materials, to engage students in the learning process.
Greeting time is used to teach students how to start each day with a positive outlook, including salam, recitation of Surah al-Fatiha, and daily du'aas.
These daily prayers are also introduced and practiced regularly, as an integral part of the Islamic Studies curriculum. The Islamic Studies curriculum focuses on introducing and practicing manners taught through Qur'an and Sunnah, as well as learning stories of the Prophets and using them as examples of success, leadership, and good manners. Engaging activities such as 3D projects, art and crafts, role play, story time, and Islamic phrases for greeting and gratitude are also incorporated into the program.
In addition, students are taught basic Arabic, including nouns, verbs, and simple sentences, to become comfortable with the language. Daily practice is emphasized to build confidence and fluency.