In kindergarten, students learn and begin to develop numerous fundamental skills that can have a lasting impact on them well into their adult years. Although not all states require children to attend kindergarten, studies have shown that there are numerous benefits to receiving a kindergarten education. In addition to academic skills such as reading, writing, and counting, kindergarten learning activities help students develop a number of behavioral, social and cognitive skills like sitting and paying attention, focusing on a task, and working with others.
During their kindergarten education, students will focus on nailing down their letters, sounds, and words, which will get them started on reading sight words and writing simple sentences. Fundamental math skills will also be of major focus and include skills such as counting by 1s, 2s, 5s, 10s, basic addition and subtraction, and identifying shapes, just to name a few.
A complete kindergarten curriculum will include reading, writing, and art as well as the typical science, math and language arts.
Young children however will respond to the fundamental dynamic process which is common to all the arts following a particular sequence, I.e
Languages, EVS, Mathematics, Visual arts, Science, Social science
In Grades 6–9, students deepen their knowledge and skills in four core subjects: History & Geography, Language Arts, Math, and Science. We help our students
Our framework for learning helps parents keep middle schoolers interested and engaged with: