We offer a unique, classroom environment for children 3 to 5 years old through our Pre Kindergarten Program. Here children are engaged in various forms of activities such as individual & group learning and many hand-on experiences. Children uses objects to make things such as clay objects, counting numbers, language and creative arts.
Children explore various hands on learning experiences such as:
Creative arts work
Learn different holidays and its importance in American history
Big Day Curriculum
Big Day was designed based on proven early childhood principles.
Offering the best fiction and nonfiction available ensures our youngest readers become lifelong lovers of literature.
Innovative technology merges home and classroom interaction with a host of virtual learning activities.
Based on National Science Foundation (NSF) funded research, Math Expressions is a proven curriculum that helps Kindergarteners make sense of math by exploring, discussing, and demonstrating their understanding of key concepts. Students learn how to look deeper and choose their own path to the answers, which develops skills that will take them far beyond the classroom.
Learning centers give Kindergarteners the opportunity to test out daily lessons with real-world, hands-on application. We incorporate technology into the repetitive extension of teacher-directed lessons by encouraging our students to play educational games and solve puzzles on the computer and iPad. With technology becoming a main focus in Elementary Schools, your child will develop a sense of comfort and ease with computers at an early age.
We understand the importance of staying connected to your child while at school with our Pre Kindergarten Program. With real-time daily updates, photos, and notifications through our PreciouStatus emails and app, our teachers take time to communicate every piece of your child’s day. Through KITE binders, phone calls and teacher/parent conferences, TGS enables and encourages our parents to be an active part of their child’s educational experience. Detailed child assessments ensure that each child is achieving the appropriate levels of success for this developmental age.
A Typical Day for a KinderCollege Kindergarten
- Reading and Literacy
- Working with Letters, Language and Phonics
- Interdisciplinary Lessons in STEAM Learning (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math)
- Creative Art Projects
- Community Service Projects
- Guest Speakers from the Community
- Hands-on Group Learning Activities
- Exploring Thematic Learning Centers
- Eating Breakfast, Lunch and Snack
- Following Directions and Being Careful Listeners
- Classroom Roles
- Music, Singing and Dance
- Computer based Learning