At Figment, we believe that creative expression and play are fundamental to every child’s emotional development. Monday through Thursday, Ms. Amy and Ms Dayna lead kids through hands-on activities designed to spark each child’s unique imagination.
Tuition and Fees:
Payment of your non-refundable $75 supply fee reserves your spot for next year. Your first bill will be due August 19, 2019.
Supply Fee: $75 per semester
1 x week = $180
2 x week = $320
3 x week = $456
4 x week = $608
A typical day includes:
- Creating process art
- Exploring sensory stations
- Learning through play
- Circle Time for stories and songs
- Outdoor play and gardening or, in case of icky weather, time in the Discovery Lab
Figment Creative Pre-K at a glance:
- Monday through Thursday, 9AM to 1PM
- Space limited to 12 students
- Enrollment options between 1 and 4 days a week are available, but your child may only attend on the set day/s of the week you select
- Set monthly fee regardless of absences or holiday closures. Tuition is based on a total fee for the school year, but is broken into monthly payments to make it easier for the families we serve. Since we class begins midway through the month, August will be prorated to reflect that.
To enroll your child or schedule a tour, please call us at 512-551-3244. If you’d like to get to know our teachers better or get your child used to the space, we offer weekly S.T.E.A.M. Camps throughout the summer. More information can be found at figmentcreativelabs.com
About our teachers:
Amy Hawkins is originally from Corpus Christi and has a B.S. in Communication Sciences and Disorders from the University of Texas. While interning at the Texas School for the Deaf’s Pre-K program, she fell in love with early childhood education and in 2014, she received her Masters in Elementary Education.
Having worked with children in a variety of settings — including play-based preschool, special-ed inclusion, and Reggio Emilia and Montessori programs — Amy draws from a range of education ideas to create an environment that supports creativity, exploration, and child-guided learning. She believes the classroom should encourage focus, independence, and creativity. It should also be a community, where children learn from one another.