Kids ‘R’ Kids of South Riding offers an Accredited Private Kindergarten program . This program is designed to prepare your child for the next level of education. Our Kindergarten program offers small classroom sizes with degreed teachers, fun educational field trips, specialty enrichments, diversified reading and math in an engaging program.
Private Kindergarten lessons include:
Accelerated Science Curriculum Developed by Rice University
First and Second Grade level Language Arts
First and Second Grade level Math
First and Second Grade level Social Studies
Public Speaking & Leadership
Arts and crafts:
STEM: Hands on projects to include beginning robotics and coding
Our Teaching Methods
1. CONTEXTUAL LEARNING and PROBLEM SOLVING. Design challenges show students how what they learn in school connects with the world around them
2. COLLABORATIVE LEARNING AND TEAMWORK. Most activities involve small-group work that encourages a student to consider more than one solution or idea and learn to work collaboratively
3. COMMUNICATION. Curriculum will develop students’ communication skills and encourage them to share ideas in several ways: speaking, writing, drawing, and building
4. PROJECT-BASED LEARNING. APEAS design challenges engage students in inquiry. As they analyze their own data and make decision about their design, students engage with contents, hone their critical thinking skills, and take ownership of their learning
5. LEARNING SHOULD BE FUN! We went over hundreds of engineering and science projects and selected the most interesting and educational to develop a love of STEM.
Our 2020-2021 school year private kindergarten will be a great fit for students who are of age to attend kindergarten, but for a variety of reasons will not start until next year.
For detail information about our program click HERE to complete the contact form. Once we receive your information we will send you our e-packet program information along with tuition.
” If you want to change the world, focus on leaders. If you want to change leaders, focus on them when they’re young.” ~Doctor Alan Nelson