Programs & Curriculum


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Classroom Programs & Curriculum

Our Curriculum
Snoqualmie Ridge Early Learning Center’s hands on, individualized curriculum focuses on children’s social, emotional, cognitive, and physical development. The objectives for Development and Learning are:

• Social and Emotional
• Physical
• Language
• Cognitive
• Literacy
• Mathematics
• Science and Technology
• Social Studies
• The Arts
• English Language Acquisition

it is with great pleasure that we introduce Teaching Strategies GOLD, an exciting resource that supports effective teaching and children's development and learning. Teaching Strategies GOLD was created for teachers to have an ongoing assessment tool that is user-friendly and inclusive of all children-one that enables teachers to increase the accuracy of their assessments while having more time to interact with your child.

SRELC Teacher-Student Ratios
  Age Range
WA Standards SRELC Standards
4-12 mos 1:4
Toddler 1 12-24 mos
Toddler 2 & 3
24-36 mos 1:7
1:6 / 1:7
Young Preschool
30-40 mos
3 years 1:10
Pre-kindergarten 4 years

*Because SRELC is a private Kindergarten program with a WA State certificated Teacher, we do not follow the public school ratios, and we maintain a lower 1:15 ratio, providing children with a more individualized education.

Specialist Programs

Snoqualmie Ridge Early Learning Center provides a variety of specialist programs for children to broaden their educational experiences.  The costs of these programs are built into your tuition and there are no additional charges.


Learning a second language not only allows children access to other cultures and traditions, it also strengthens their knowledge and ability to use their own language effectively.  Snoqualmie Ridge Early Learning Center attend Spanish classes once or twice  a week for a half-hour session.

Library and Movement
Our library is available for each class to use.  During these times the children will learn about the world around them and experience storytelling.  Pre-K and Kindergarten students will also visit the Snoqualmie Library periodically throughout the school year and will have the opportunity to check out books.

STEM education encompasses the processes of critical thinking, analysis, and collaboration in which students integrate the processes and concepts in real world contexts of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, fostering the development of STEM skills and competencies for early learning and life. Our STEM room is available for small group of children to explore on a daily basis.