Preschool and Kindergarten Readiness Activities to Complete at HOME!

(For Children Ages 2 years old and Up)

 

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Jumpstart your Child's Development with our Educational Activities.

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Parent-Child Educational Activities Include:

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Simple Instructions

Includes clear step-by step instructions so any adult who spends time with young children (including parents,  daycares, preschools, babysitters and grandparents), will feel confident completing these activities. Choose between Instant PDF download booklets or printed copies.

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Activities that require Materials you Have Around the House to complete

Each activity has a materials list calling for items typically found around a home (such as blankets, pillows, empty boxes, crayons, tape, sidewalk chalk, cereal, paper cups, ice cubes, and more).

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Activities which teach Academic and Social Skill Development through Everyday Activities.

We all know that life gets busy and our time is valuable. Complete our educational activities which incorporates everyday activities (going shopping, mealtime, cleaning and more). Activities last between 10 and 15 minutes.

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Encourages Learning for Every Child, No matter their Age or Developmental Level

All children are unique and learn at their own pace. The JDEducational Curriculum Series focuses on academic and social skill level not a child's age. See our Learning Objectives to find out which level is right for your child.

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Meets National Academic and Social Skill Standards

After completing the entire JDEducational Series, your child will learn math, science, language, literacy, social, emotional and motor skills that meet current Educational Standards.

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Created for Your Child's Learning Style

Our activities incorporate Howard Gardner (a Harvard University Professor)'s educational theory of "multiple intelligences",  which explain eight different ways that children learn. Our activities incorporate this philosophy by using movement games, art, music, reading, drawing and MORE, to teach academic and social skills.

VIEW DETAILS ABOUT DIFFERENT LEARNING STYLES

FREE SAMPLE BOOKLET (PDF Download)

INCLUDES:

* 15 ACTIVITIES (SOME FROM EACH LEVEL)

* DETAILED LEARNING OBJECTIVES

* A SPECIAL DISCOUNT CODE FOR YOUR FIRST PURCHASE

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START LEARNING TODAY! The JDEducational series includes the following three Levels (each level building on information learned in the preceding one):

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Level 1 Series: Social & Emotional Development

* Themed "Everyday" Academic Activities that meet Level 1 Learning Objectives.

Skills are taught through daily activities such as going to the park, riding in the car, going on a walk, cleaning the house and MORE!

* Behavior Support Tips & Worksheets - Parenting Tip sections that provide ideas and strategies for parents which support age-appropriate social and emotional milestones.

These tips include helping their child Understand Diversity, Understand Safety Routines, Take Turns with Loved Ones, Take Care of their Belongings, Help Parents Survive Restaurant Meals with Young Children and MORE!

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Level 2 Series: Intermediate Academics

* Themed Academic Activities which use items found around the home to teach math, science, language, literacy, pre-writing skills to meet Level 2 Learning Objectives!

Themes include: My Community, Roadways and Signs, Advanced Opposites, Space Exploration and MORE!

* Alphabet Activities teach letter identification and writing skills through art, sensory activities, reading, movement activities (dancing, jumping, running) and language arts.

Five (5) Activities for each letter plus alphabet review games.

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Level 3 Series: Advanced Academics

* Themed Academic Activities which use items found around the home to teach math, science, language, literacy, pre-writing skills to meet Level 3 Learning Objectives!

Themes include: Camping, Transportation, Planet Earth, Construction, Oceanography and MORE!

* All Inclusive Academic Projects include all academic and social learning objectives. Each project guides the child to develop a hypothesis, research answers and form a conclusion.

Projects include: Transportation: Understanding Package Delivery Systems, Project Weather: Discovering the Elements, Project Earth: Reduce, Reuse and Recycle, Project Construction: Building Components and Design and MORE!

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What our families have said

"My daughter and I had so much fun completing all the lessons! While painting, building, drawing, and jumping, she learned about colors shapes, numbers, and letters. My daughter learned so much while playing and having fun. She loved discovering new colors with paint, building her very own tent and learning the letters in her name with jello.”

Tara (mother of 3 year old) uthor's name

The curriculum is perfect for my busy toddler because most activities last no more than 15-20 minutes. All the materials are items we have on hand, so there's no need to make a special shopping trip. The activities keep my son engaged, have helped him learn, and best of all, he thinks we're just having play time!"

Nancy (Mother of 2 year old)

"I love how the curriculum is not a book of worksheets to hand off to my son and does not list expensive or complicated materials to go out and purchase. My son and I look forward to completing the activities together. I've also appreciated how well written the curriculum is. The materials and directions are clearly laid out in logical steps that are easy to follow with little prep."

Erin (Mother of 4 year old)

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