Our Kindergarten 2 Program focuses on children that are five to six years old. It introduces children to fun educational workbooks. The teacher’s guide includes motor skill activities to help young children with motor skill development. Reading good literature to children this age is one of the best teaching tools for parents to use.
Kindergarten 2 includes:
LittleLight Activity Books
These LittleLight Activity Books correspond with the LittleLight Workbooks 1 – 5. They provide fun activities such as coloring, cutting and pasting, identifying, and more.
Workbooks 1-5 in the Kindergarten II course. Introduces the concepts of matching, dot-to-dot, color names, sounds, letter writing, recognizing and writing numbers 1-100, and more.
Come and See! (Discovering Nature Series)
Auntie Mary teaches young science students about nature and science through the weekly stories in this volume. Accompanying each story are daily lessons incorporating drawing, fun facts, coloring, and hands-on activities.
Best of Tchaikovsky CD (Classical Kids)
This CD includes 45 minutes of carefully chosen music from a variety of the Tchaikovsky’s work. This would work well as an introduction for young children to classical music or just for listening pleasure anytime
One Morning in Maine
Today is a specidal day for Sal because she gets to go to Buck’s Harbour with her dad. But when she wakes up to brush her teeth with her baby sister, she discovers something shocking…. Her tooth is loose!
And that’s just the start of a huge day!
This is a set of 12 worksbooks and a Bible storybook.
Adventures with Books includes recognizing the 8 basic colors, identifying simple shapes, and understanding a few familiar word meanings.
Bible Pictures to Color has 60 pictures to color, illustrating the 60 stories in Bible Stories to Read. A few pictures provide color-by-number practice. This is basically a coloring book with very little cutting and pasting.
Bible Stories to Read is the storybook, corresponding to the lesson numbers of the child’s coloring book Bible Pictures to Color. Each story is intended to be read by the parent to the child before the corresponding picture is colored by the child. Each story includes several questions and answers as well as a short Bible memory selection. Also available in Spanish and Russian
Counting With Numbers teaches the child to identify, write, and know the meaning of numbers 1 through 10. It teaches number sequence (after, before, and between) and simple math-related words, such as more, less, first, and last.
Do It Carefully introduces discriminating shapes, letters, and a few words; writing letters and the child’s name; and hearing several initial consonant sounds.
Everywhere We Go reviews some of the skills taught in the previous books. The 8 colors, the shapes, and the numbers 1 through 10 are included, as well as writing the letters and the child’s name and hearing several initial consonant sounds.
Finding the Answers develops thinking skills through hearing rhymes, identifying sequence, understanding sentence meanings, making comparisons and associations.
Going On Eagerly, with a polar theme, gives a basic introduction to the series. Exercises include using eight colors, working with four basic shapes, writing and counting with numbers 0 through 10, identifying sequence, drawing missing parts and simple pictures.
Hearing and Helping, with a rain forest theme, includes practice in hearing initial consonant sounds and rhyming words; understanding words in sentence context, as well as following instructions. Exercises also include examples of families and children helping others.
Inside and Outside has a woodlands theme.
Just Thinking and Choosing has a mountain theme.
Keep Doing It Carefully has a deserts and grasslands theme.
Learning More and More has an oceans theme.
Story of Ferdinand
It’s a classic story that children love. Ferdinand is a big, strong bull who likes flowers more than fighting, resting more than running, and sitting more than stomping. However, an unseen bee changes things in the blink of an eye, right when the scouts are looking for the meanest, toughest bull to take to the Madrid bullfight. Now what will Ferdinand do?
Make Way for Ducklings / Robert McCloskey
Mrs. Mallard was sure that the pond in the Boston Public Gardens would be a perfect place for her and her eight ducklings to live. The problem was how to get them there through the busy streets of Boston. But with a little help from the Boston police, Mrs. Mallard and Jack, Kack, Lack, Nack, Ouack, Pack, and Quack arrive safely at their new home.
Tale of Jemima Puddle Duck
The Tale of Jemima Puddle-Duck is an original classic by Beatrix Potter. Poor Jemima. All she wants to do is lay her eggs in peace, and be allowed to hatch them herself. At last, she flies off and finds the perfect place. Little does the silly duck realize that the charming gentleman who has lent her his woodshed is busily planning a delicious meal of . . . roast duck! Jemima was a real duck belonging to Beatrix Potter, who lived at her farm, Hill Top. The story also features Beatrix’s own sheepdog, Kep, who thankfully manages to save Jemima from a nasty fate!
Nearly 100 colorful plastic pieces are included in this set, including cranks, connectors, interlocking plates and, of course, lots of same-size gears. Pillars enable the child (or Dad) to design vertical as well as horizontal combinations. A winner of the Best Toy Award from Oppenheim.
Kindergarten 2 with alternate math includes:
A gentle introduction to doing math.
Tuition billed seperately ($20 a month for 10 months).