Your child’s education is built around six distinct learning areas, in a classroom where they receive significant individual attention.
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As the culminating early childhood educational program of the School Readiness Pathway, Private Kindergarten is the start of an Exceptionallyptional academic future.
This program focuses on important academic skills, such as:
Children use imaginative and pretend play as they try on different costumes and roles, and use social-emotional skills to make sense of their world.
Children learn how things work and fit together, by using different materials to construct their own creations.
Children get to explore their creative side, while developing problem-solving and self-expression skills, through different art techniques and color concepts.
Children use their investigate skills to experiment with different science and math concepts. This exploration helps develop critical-thinking skills.
Letter and word recognition and formation, using sounds to segment words, and putting sounds together to make words are all ways that children work to develop effective written communication abilities.
Surrounded by books, children develop key literacy skills such as story reasoning, print awareness, and word recognition in this center.
Nationally recognized, award-winning, research-based educational curricula for children are featured in this program:
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Journeys: Designed for English language learners, as well as emerging, on-level, and advanced readers, this integrated language arts program has been proven to increase student achievement in the realm of literacy.
McGraw-Hill Everyday Mathematics®: This program is used by more than 4.3 million students and was developed by the University of Chicago School Mathematics Project. With research-based, field-tested strategies that explore basic and conceptual math thinking, this curriculum produces lifelong mathematical power in students.
Handwriting Without Tears®: By learning to properly form letters, handwriting becomes a simple, automatic skill for students. This unique program was designed by occupational therapists and has been shown to produce improvements in letter size, spacing, and overall legibility for students.
In this classroom, children’s development is tracked across five key benchmarks:*Show Details
Children learn to ask and answer questions, and recognize important details in stories and informational texts, with teacher guidance.
Children develop the ability to count, by 1’s, up to 100.
This benchmark explores the sharing of personal family stories and traditions.
Investigations are performed, as children learn to make comparisons and recognize differences between forces, objects, etc.
Children develop the ability to independently follow a small set of step-by-step directions.
Recent research has found that kindergarten teachers rank the ability to self-regulate as the most important characteristic necessary for school readiness.
Dr. Susan Canizares
*If your school is located in Texas or Virginia, these benchmarks vary. Please see your director or teacher for details.