Little Eagles Preschool provides an innovative classroom where creativity and imagination soars! Our diverse classrooms help students discover a love for learning in an interactive, stimulating, and academically rich environment. Your child will be immersed in a stimulating learning environment filled with fun, challenging, and creative learning activities!
Little Eagles Preschool is a program of Eden Prairie Schools Community Education. There are many preschool options available to families in Eden Prairie, but our Little Eagles Preschool program is the only one that aligns curriculum with Eden Prairie Schools K-12 curriculum and the overall K-12 system. We work closely with Early Childhood Special Education and kindergarten teachers to foster a successful transition from preschool to kindergarten.
Children must be at least 3 years of age by September 1 to attend Little Eagles Preschool. Our ECFE program offers many options for children who do not meet the age cut-off.
We have several preschool options:
What will my child learn?
At Eden Prairie Schools, our mission is to inspire each student every day. Our preschool is designed to create excitement around education and provide a foundation for lifelong learning. Our curriculum is a balanced approach of all social-emotional and academic areas. We focus on personalized learning for your child. Lessons are designed around your child’s skills to prepare them for kindergarten and beyond.
We use Creative Curriculum® to deliver a curriculum rich in math, reading, science, and art geared for kindergarten success and aligned with the K-12 system. Through hands-on, project-based learning, Creative Curriculum® helps teachers build children's confidence, creativity and critical thinking skills, and promote positive outcomes.
What does a typical preschool day include?
Large Group Activities: songs, sharing, stories and calendar
Small Group Activities: literacy, writing, math, science, and sensory
Choice Time: free play, art projects and games
Reading Readiness: alliteration, phonemic awareness, letter recognition, rhyming
Spanish: letters, numbers, and vocabulary
Gym: free play and organized games
Math: numbers, counting, sorting and grouping
Art, Music and Theater: individual expression and creativity
Science: exploration of nature, plants, animals and weather