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The Kids 'R' Kids Experience

Georgia Funded Pre-Kindergarten Program

Kids ‘R’ Kids Centerville is proud to participate in the Georgia Pre-K Program! Our Georgia Pre-K program is enriched with a standards-based curriculum, wonderful learning stations, and an abundance of creative learning activities students will enjoy. It is based on national and state standards with weekly units comprised of academic lessons and literacy-based activities. Our program’s goal is to meet the needs of each student while implementing positive learning strategies.

The Kids ‘R’ Kids Georgia Pre-K curriculum was designed for continuous educational growth. Our  program was designed with seven academic categories: social studies, science, language and literacy, math development, health and physical development, social and emotional development, and creative development. Independent and small group activities develop and reinforce student understanding of the subject material. These activities also build independent and cooperative learning skills.

Kids ‘R’ Kids believes establishing a positive learning environment where children are “hugged first, then taught” will help them reach their potential and develop a love for learning!

What is Georgia's Pre-K Program? 

Georgia’s Pre-K Program is a lottery funded educational program for Georgia’s four year olds to prepare children for Kindergarten.

Who is eligible for Georgia’s Pre-K Program?
Children four years of age on September 1 of the current school year who are Georgia residents are eligible to attend Georgia’s Pre-K Program during this school year. Georgia’s Pre-K Program is voluntary for families and for providers.

When are the programs offered?
Kids ‘R’ Kids Georgia Pre-K Program follows the Gwinnett County School calendar.  Therefore, classes begin in August of each year and conclude the following May.

Study Confirms Georgia’s Pre-K Students Sustain Progress in First Grade

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