A Brighter Learning Preschool

Our classrooms


Our passionate director, teachers, and support staff work together to meet the intellectual, social, behavioral, and emotional needs of each and every child in our program.


Two-year- olds approach the world around them and make sense of it by touching, feeling, rolling, crawling, running, jumping, and climbing. They solve simple problems with the "trial and error" method and will practice an activity many times to master it. Children at this age also pretend more during play, using familiar objects and situations to process their daily experiences.


Three-year-olds learn primarily through exploring, using all the senses. While playing, they are better able to ignore distractions and focus on the task at hand. They will even persist in completing something that is a bit difficult and can think more creatively and methodically when solving problems.


Four-year-olds discover the world with great curiosity and use their imaginations to help understand it.  Hands-on explorations help them to separate reality from fantasy.  They can participate in the planning and implementation of simple scientific investigations.  Over the course of the year they will increase their abilities to make observations, gather information, compare data, identify patterns, describe and discuss observations and form explanations and generalizations. 


When the federal government launched its STEM initiative “Educate to Innovate” in 2009, the primary focus was on children in grades K-12. It wasn’t until 2011 (when preschool STEM education was introduced) that the government realized what most early childhood educators already knew—young children are natural explorers!

Voluntary Pre-Kindergarten (VPK)

The Voluntary Pre-Kindergarten (VPK) Program prepares four-year-olds for kindergarten.


Five-year-olds are creative and enthusiastic problem solvers. They offer progressively more imaginative ideas for how to do a task, make something or solve longer-term or more abstract challenges.  As they observe a variety of new experiences, five-year-olds ask more analytical questions and weigh their choices. They are also more social as they learn new things and prefer activities that involve other children..

If you live in Florida, and your child turns 4 years of age by September 1st, your child is eligible for Florida’s FREE voluntary pre-kindergarten education program.

VPK provides four-year-olds with both self-management and emergent literacy skills, such as letter and sound recognition. These skills are critical for future academic success.  The program gives your four-year-old a jump start, enhancing their pre-reading, pre-math, language,  and social skills. 

Benefits to enrolling at DiscoveryZonePreschool

Qualified instructors who share our vision, values, love for children and dedication to high quality early childhood education.
Age appropriate curricula and high quality programs with a strong emphasis on early literacy skills,
Small class sizes with a low student to teacher ration
Well planned classrooms with activity centers for science, technology, engineering, mathematics,  and art.