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Private Kindergarten Program
Our Private Kindergarten program offers a variety of advantages for your child including a standards-based curriculum, engaging learning stations, SmartBoard technologies and many creative activities that get children excited to learn.
Meet the Program: Here at Kids R Kids we follow the Lewisville ISD and Frisco ISD scope and sequence as well as adhere to national and state, TEKS, standards. We value learning through play as our Kindergarteners grow in their academic understanding.
• Readers’ Workshop: Every child learns differently, that’s why we have four different learning opportunities to discover and apply new reading skills: “Read to Self”, “Learn Together”, “Table Work”, and “Stations”.
• Writers’ Workshop: Adapting the Lucy Calkin’s Curriculum to fit the students at Kids R Kids, we make it our goal to help our students write daily. Students begin the year by writing stories about themselves and continue through the year by learning about nonfiction writing, making posters, making lists, writing book reports, and developing strong story lines.
• Life Skills: Unique to Kids R Kids, we learn a new life skill every month. Students will learn many things like tying their shoes, telling time, using money wisely, writing a letter, and how to take care of themselves.
• Handwriting: We’ve adopted the “Handwriting Without Tears”curriculum to help teach our students accurate and neat penmanship. Every day they build on their fine motor skills to develop nice handwriting.
• Science: Discovery and investigations is the basis of the hands on science approach. Doing experiments, going on scavenger hunts, and exploring with their 5 senses students will observe and interact with the world around them.
• Math Workshop: Much like Readers’Workshop, there are three different ways students learn during Math- “Learn Together”, “Table Work”, and “Stations”. Students investigate different math strategies together, then break off into table groups and apply what they know on paper. Last they apply it again by playing learning games.
Children must be five years of age by September 1, 2018 to qualify for admission to the program this fall. Extended care options are available with the program so parents who need before/after school care can know their children are in a safe and licensed environment all day.
We would love for you to contact us and schedule a free tour of our facility! You will see for yourself that we are so much more than a daycare or preschool. We are a Learning Academy dedicated to your child’s education and future!