Four Weeks of a Pre-K Class
Classes begin: January 11
Classes end: June 4
No classes: Feb 5; March 22-April 9; May 10; May 31
Pre-Literacy Skills - Phonics
Monday and Wednesdays 9:00-9:30 am (CST)
This course begins with a walk through the alphabet. With our highly interactive classes, your child will learn correct letter formation, identify uppercase and lowercase letters and letter pairs, recognize the letter's hard and soft sounds, and associate the letter sound with objects/vocabulary. Each of the first 26 weeks will focus on one letter. Once students have the basics, the course will dive deeper with upper and lowercase letters, letter sounds and word rhymes, and pre-primer sight and CVC words. Each class is taught live via Zoom by an experienced kinder teacher who will also read a story book each class and incorporate fun, hands-on activities in addition to the worksheets students will receive to accompany their learning with our online classes.
Pre-K Math Skills
Monday and Wednesdays 10:00-10:30 am (CST)
Core math skills are the foundation to all future math learning and knowledge. This class begins with simple concepts like same/different, colors, 2D shapes, patterns, number recognition, number sense, counting, as well as very basic addition and subtraction. Each class is taught live via Zoom by an experienced kinder teacher who will incorporate fun, hands-on activities in addition to the worksheets students will receive to accompany their learning with our online classes.
Pre-K Language and Literacy
Tuesdays & Thursdays 9:00-9:30 am (CST)
This class is designed to assist parents in closing the “30 million word gap.” What is the “30 million word gap?” Researchers proved that students coming into school from monolingual homes will have heard an average of 30 million less words than those from bilingual homes. Read alouds are the easiest way to bridge that gap! This interactive course focuses on a different read aloud story each week and emphasize vocabulary development and engagement with the text.
Minimum 2 students.