• 120 Themed Academic Activities The advanced academic activities teach math, science, literacy, math and motor skills through a variety of 15 minute activities. These lessons include how to teach children during everyday activities such as learning:
All About Me
While Going on a Walk
About My Family
While Completing Household Activities
Understanding Emotions and Feelings
During Library Trips/Literacy Activities
Discovering My 5 Senses
Shopping Trip Games
Car Ride Games
• 12 Parenting Tip Behavior Support Guides discuss common behavior and social skill milestones. The guides introduce a variety of ways to support children's social development at home and in the community. Includes Social Skill activities for children to practice the concepts and a parenting guide worksheet which helps individual families create a plan to incorporate learned techniques into their family. Topics Include:
Understanding Safety Routines
Taking Turns with Loved Ones
Taking Care of My Things
Supporting Children's Feelings through Identifying BIG Emotions
Supporting Age-Appropriate Behavior
Preparing for Successful Outings
Teaching Indoor and Outdoor Behavior Expectations
Traveling with Children
Creating Successful Transitions
Supporting Children in Trying New Foods
Surviving Restaurant Meals with Young Children
Your Child Will Learn:
Name and recognize familiar shapes.
Finish simple patterns using two elements.
Count up to 5 objects.
Recognize the names of numerals.
Problem Solving/Science and Investigation
Identify three or more colors.
Sort objects by one quality (characteristic i.e. Size, color)
Name body parts and their function.
Understand Different vs. Same.
Classify objects by at least two properties.
Participate in familiar routines.
Understand rules and expectations related to specific places and environments.
Use words and gestures to communicate with same aged peers.
Demonstrate awareness of the meaning of the behaviors of others.
Use words to problem solve and respond to a variety of social situations.
Social/Emotional Development - **Note: Specific Social/Emotional Learning Objects from Kindergarten Readiness Standards are addressed in this level only. This Level is appropriate for children two years through Kindergarten, no matter what their academic skills are.
Understand and follow familiar safety routines.
Demonstrate awareness of personal care routines.
Develop and use self-regulation techniques.
Acknowledge own feelings and respond with appropriate behaviors.
Identify feelings in others.
Engage with peers in an appropriate way (Depending on age and skill level).