Kindergarten

PRE-KINDERGARTEN

The Brook Academy’s Pre-Kindergarten Program is designed for children age 4 years to 5 years old. The program provides a curriculum that builds on the Pre-school Threes instruction and teaches beginning reading, basic math, speaking in complete sentences and holding conversations, social skills, art and gym. Our Pre-Kindergarten classrooms are set up in centers to foster educational activities, circle time, imaginative play, creative art, music centers, library, manipulatives and social activities.

Our teachers work with your child on the following objectives, as applicable:

• Identifying pre-reading and reading.

• Speaking in complete sentences, answering questions effectively, expressing needs and feelings with words.

• Addition, subtraction, measurement, geometry, fractions and graphs.

• Understanding the calendar.

• Painting, coloring, markers, pencils, stamping, gluing, cutting.

• Following directions, cooperating with others, turn taking.

• Appropriate imaginative play.

• Appropriate explaining, story telling, responding to questions.

• Coping strategies for emotions, alternatives to tantrums.

• Using music as an emotional outlet.

• Problem solving, sequencing, categorizing by physical and conceptual features.

• Improving gross motor skills and understanding the value of exercise.

• Using a computer and mouse.

• Basic geography and world cultures.

• Basic U.S. history.

• Basic science experimentation.

OUR KINDERGARTEN PROGRAM

The Brook Academy’s Kindergarten Program is designed for children age 5 years to 6 years old. The program provides a curriculum that builds on the Pre- Kindergarten instruction and teaches letters and beginning reading, numbers and basic math, speaking in complete sentences and holding conversations, social skills, art and gym. Our Kindergarten classrooms are set up in centers to foster educational activities, circle time, imaginative play, creative art, music centers, library, manipulatives and social activities.

Our teachers work with your child on the following objectives, as applicable:

• Identifying pre-reading and reading.

• Speaking in complete sentences, answering questions effectively, expressing needs and feelings with words.

• Addition, subtraction, measurement, geometry, fractions and graphs.

• Understanding the calendar.

• Painting, coloring, markers, pencils, stamping, gluing, cutting.

• Following directions, cooperating with others, turn taking.

• Appropriate imaginative play.

• Appropriate explaining, story telling, responding to questions.

• Coping strategies for emotions, alternatives to tantrums.

• Using music as an emotional outlet.

• Problem solving, sequencing, categorizing by physical and conceptual features.

• Improving gross motor skills and understanding the value of exercise.

• Using a computer and mouse.

• Basic geography and world cultures.

• Basic U.S. history.

• Basic science experimentation.

 

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