Over 90 Themed Activities:The advanced academic activities teach math, science, literacy, math and motor skills through a variety of 15 minute activities. Topics Include:
6 Multiple-Step Projects: The all-inclusive project teach math, science, literacy, art, health/safety, gross motor skills, fine motor skills, music and movement and literacy development in an engaging, multi-step project. Each project guides adults and children through investigating specific questions about the theme. The project supports the child in developing a hypothesis then testing and researching processes to find a conclusion.
Project Camping: Outdoor Exploration
Project Transportation: Understanding Package Delivery Systems
Project Weather: Discovering the Elements
Project Earth: Investigating Earth's Layers/ Reduce, Reuse and Recycle
Project Construction: Building Components and Design
Project Ocean: Oceanography - Introduction to Photosynthesis
Your Child Will Learn:
Solve simple addition and subtractions problems with objects.
Count up to 20 objects, using one to one correspondence.
Recognizes the names of Numerals.
Understands size words (Smaller vs. Larger).
Describe shapes by at least two characteristics.
Complete patterns that have two or more elements.
Sort objects into groups by two or more attributes.
Show understanding of measurement by using measuring tools.
Demonstrate Curiosity and ask Questions
Engage in problem solving techniques.
Use words to discuss predictions
Use language to reiterate process and conclusions
Use a variety of techniques to record information and data collection
Use language to describe objects by a variety of attributes
Demonstrate understanding of differences between people, animals, plants and other parts of the planet.
Complete multi-step projects.
Language and Literacy
Write their own name, without help.
Follows three-step directions.
Uses sentences in conversation to describe, explain or predict outcomes of real or imaginary events.
Initiate and engage in literacy activities.
Writes familiar words by looking at the word then copying.
Identify all letters by sight and sound
Problem Solving Skills
Predicts the results of a familiar action.
Develops strategies to solve a problem.
Communicates memories about a sequence of related events that happened in the past.
Puts materials or objects together in new and inventive ways.
Participates in challenging multi-step activities.
Gross Motor/Fine Motor Development
Participates in a variety of gross motor activities that require balance and coordination.