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School-Aged Children

$150 Tuition for FULL DAY

Week of 20-22

Spirit Week

Nov 20-22
Sign-Up to bring something for the pot luck lunch! SCHOOL WIDE! Ms. Sheena’s Birthday November 23

Food Drive!

Donate canned foods for local charity to support local neighbors!

Curriculum

 

With the "ABeka" curriculum, your child has one of the essentials necessary for a superior preschool education. We will also utilize the "Your Child Can Read" Early Language Development System.

 

Our teaching methods are inspired by Vygotskian theory. It is 120 years since the Russian Psychologist Lev Vygotsky's birth and to commemorate it 2016 has been declared The Year of Vygotsky. Key to Learning is growing into a very large organization with partners in Poland, Asia (Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand and growing), Caribbean, South Africa, Australia, Russia.

 

Language development and social interactions shape up the higher executive functions including attention and Working Memory. We also incorporate the "Key To Learning" educational program from the Vygotskian Developmental Cognitive Curriculum.

 

We promote a non-Montessori teaching/curriculum.

     Infant and Toddler Curriculum

Focuses on the development of children from 6 weeks-18 months. The curriculum begins to address challenging behaviors in developmentally appropriate ways, in-depth guide to the underlying ages and stages, theories, and best practices of the early childhood field. Covers topics as such as: developmental tasks, using forms to document events, progress and interactions, using anecdotal observations, creating supportive learning environments, supporting emerging literacy, and developing activities and experiences that address the needs of infants and toddlers. The Curriculum offers activities and equipment designed for development of gross and fine motor coordination, hands on activities are planned and incorporated into our daily routine, focuses on individualized care and attention to build strong foundations of love and security. The curriculum also offers many hands-on opportunities to learn about the world, experience creativity and continue development of gross and fine motor skills. Baby signs will be introduced as well as “Your Baby Can Read” early language development system.

 

Pre-School, Pre-K, & Transitional/Private Kindergarten Curriculum

 

A Beka is a Bible based curriculum that we use beginning at age 18 months. This material offers a very colorful way to teach your children things like basic language arts, numbers and Bible lessons. There is also a basic reading program called 'Six Easy Steps to Reading' for the four year olds. A Beka preschool curriculum gives you the opportunity to fully prepare your child for kindergarten beginning as young as eighteen months old. There is an excellent phonics program used to develop superior reading skills. Nursery Arts and Crafts is designed to teach children ages 18-24 months colors and shapes and to develop hand-eye coordination.

 

Beginning with age two, they learn vowel and consonant sounds and recognition of lower and upper case letters.

 

By age four they will learn to blend phonic sounds, pronounce one and two vowel words and read through as many as 10 books. In addition to writing skills they, develop language & listening skills that include color words, shapes, animals, transportation, countries, community helpers, health, safety, manners and science. Twenty eight poems and finger plays are committed to memory and they will learn their numbers 1-100 and learn basic addition facts.

 

Children at age five will learn number words, the value of coins and dollars, telling time, using the calendar, days of the week, addition facts through 10, beginning subtraction, one-step story problems and counting by twos. Students will study many subjects in science, including seeds, animals and the seashore. They will learn about the weather, the seasons and a health and human biology series. Social studies will include lessons on community helpers, children of the world, and America, our great country. This series will introduce the children to map studies, famous Americans and famous places in America.

 

Through the Kindergarten program children will be reading with amazing proficiency, developing cursive writing skills, learning to use capital letters and periods. Their studies will include health and human biology and the science of earth and space. We are sure that with the "A Beka" curriculum, your child has one of the essentials necessary for a superior preschool education. We also utilize the “Your Child Can Read” early language development system.

 

We promote a non-Montessori teaching/curriculum.

 

School Age Curriculum

 

The after hours School Age curriculum promotes learning and structured fun. Our teachers help with the homework while promoting attention skills. Creative activities centered on fine arts, language arts, math, physical activities, science and social studies bring these subjects to life. The curriculum reflects standards from national organizations and includes projects that work well for individual children, small groups and large groups. Plus, implements these projects and activities is easy in any setting, even with limited time or materials.

 

Our Summer Camp program consists of field trips, activities, music, arts and crafts, reading and writing, character development, science, social studies, math, media, scrapbooking, cooking projects and different themes throughout the summer.

             



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