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Now Open for Registrations for 2019-2020 SCHOOL YEAR!

September 9th, 2019- June 26th, 2020
School Year

Prepare your child for kindergarten today!

  • Language, Math, Science, Social Skills
  • Sight Words, Story Time
  • Music, Singing, Dancing
  • Motor Skills Development, Arts & Crafts

Registration is Open!!!

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  • Numerals 1-50

  • Counting Objects to 10, 100

  • One-on-One correspondence of objects

  • Sorting by various attributes: color shape, size

  • Patterns: AB, AABB, ABC

  • Sizes: Small, Medium, Large

  • Shapes: square, rectangle, circle, triangle

  • Matching: symbols, shapes, patterns, etc.

  • Same and Different

  • More, Less, Same

  • Time: Day and Night

  • Money: Explore through games, songs, and pretend play 

  • Exposure to alphabet: letter names and sounds

  • Recognize, spell, write first name

  • Hold a pencil, marker, crayon correctly

  • Retell familiar stories

  • Draw pictures and dictate sentences about stories and experiences

  • Answer questions about stories

  • Repeat simple nursery rhymes and fingerplays

  • Concepts of print: left to right directions, holding right-side up

  • Build new vocabulary

  • Build listening skills

  • Strenghten visual discrimination

  • Ssequencing

  • Develop fine motor skills: play dough, scissors, writing utencils, legos, etc.

  • Explore science tools: magnets, prisms, magnifying glasses, etc.

  • Experience the world through nature walk, gardening, and other explorations

  • Observe insect life, plant growth, weather, and plant life during each season

  • Measure and mix igredients in cooking activities

  • Identify basic colors and explore color mixing

  • Make observational drawings and dictation

  • Explore the world with the five senses

  • Investigate animals, the homes they live in, the food they eat

Social Skills:
  • Practice problem-solving skills in social situations

  • Work with others on a variety of projects

  • Share materials with others

  • Practice using manners: please, thank you, excuse me, table manners

  • Communicate his/her needs

  • Take care of his/her own basic needs: clean up, fasten clothing, use tissues as needed, etc.

  • State personal information: first and last name, age, school name, city, province, country

  • Explore types of work and workers

  • Explore modes of transportation

  • Participate in projects to help others in need: Neighbors in Need, Birthright, Operation: Rice Bowl, missions, etc.

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