The program offered to students of Steele Cooperative Preschool is designed to be play-based, providing a broad range of learning experiences, including how to participate in groups, how to cooperate, and how to share.  Students learn new skills, express their own creativity, and are guided towards greater independence, self-confidence, and self-fulfillment.

During class, activities and play materials appropriate for each age group are offered. Classroom activities include music and dance, supervised free play, discussion, lesson and circle time, arts and crafts, dramatic and creative play, gross and fine motor skill activities, share time, snack time, playground time, and storytelling.