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Ages 18 months-2 1/2 years

Chiquitos is a readiness class for children who are able to attend class alone. The class is designed to prepare children for preschool by immersing them in a play-based, language experience. The teacher guides the class through games, art, music and movement.all in the target language.


Chiquitos is a great way to prepare your child for preschool and give them a head start on their global education.

This class is held on Mondays and Wednesdays from 9:00-11:00.

4 Pillars of Global Education

Cognitive Development

Your child can develop a sense of power over their body and their environment by developing their independence and autonomy.  Independence-building enhances critical thinking, promotes intrinsic motivation, and boosts self-assurance.  Our Chiquitos program will ensure your child walks into their first day of school excited and ready to learn.

A young child's development of language is an essential aspect of their lives. Your child learns how to communicate, express, and comprehend their own thoughts and feelings as well as those of those around them throughout these crucial early years. Your child will learn new words and develop acceptable interpersonal communication skills as part of the Chiquitos curriculum, preparing them for a lifetime of friendships and asserting their needs.

Language & Communication

Baby with Teddy Bear

Social & Emotional Development

The realization that emotions are talkable and controllable is the first step toward being able to feel confident, compassionate, and in control of oneself. Your child will discover the infinite range of emotions they contain at Tribú and practice an infinite number of ways to understand and express them. Your child will undoubtedly find the form of creative expression that is right for them as they participate in theater, singing, dance, painting, meditation, and other activities. 

Through the use of their senses, babies and toddlers learn about the world around them and acquire skills. The senses of touch, hearing, smell, taste, and sight in a child are all developed and stimulated via sensory play. Your child will actively create, inquire about, and explore their environment by investigating a variety of bodily sensations. This kind of growth encourages children to investigate the media that pique their interests and improves memory performance.  

Physical Development

Class Structure

Arrival/Circle Time


Snack/Free Play

Read Aloud

Interactive Activity


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