TK-K All-Inclusive Program
...getting ready for a lifetime of learning
Our Transition Kinder and Kindergarten program engages students in S.T.E.A.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Math)-focused learning through hands-on interaction. Our program aims to challenge the traditional classroom by transforming the environment into a thematic learning experience. Through our program, students will have the opportunity to apply math, science, and writing in diverse settings from cooking to computer science. By fostering curiosity and a love of life-long learning, our students will build a foundation of cooperative learning, cumulative understanding, and practical experience.
We offer a Full-Day Kindergarten Program as well as Half-Day program for kids who attend public AM or PM school. In order to maintain a small student:staff ratio, spaces are limited.
Our Kinder Philosophy
Theme of the Week
Having a weekly theme for kids helps nurture their creative spirit and keeps them interested in learning. Math Monday, Science Tuesday, Sharing Wednesday, Reading Thursday & Art/ Cooking Friday.
Etiquette & Life Skills
Through our Etiquette & Life Skills program, our kinders will watch videos and role play similar scenarios to practice their life skills with asking help, interacting in public, setting boundaries, being polite, respectful and problem solving.
STEM Activity Weekly
Learning by Doing, students use their five senses to learn about the world around them. Plant a garden full of healthy vegetables while learning about the plant cycle, blow a bubble tower to see how water tension works, and build an explosive volcano to watch a chemical reaction take place!
Circle Time/ Read-A-Loud
We will use this time to establish routine, interact with multicultural stories, and engage with each other during show-and-tell. Circle Time supports the development of socialization, listening skills, and fine and gross motor skills. Read-a-loud increases students’ engagement, understanding, and appreciation of literature.
Math Infinity | Kinder Math Infinity
KMI aims to foster good habits and attitudes towards learning. It is designed for students Pre-K to 1st grade. KMI emphasizes independent and active problem solving (observation, thinking, judgement, execution). Children will learn to analyze, discover, think and solve. By practicing manipulatives, they become concentrated and more careful. Their abilities to do logical reasoning, to handle 3D space, and to correspond shapes and colors are also greatly enhanced in the course.
Arts and Craft
Kinders will participate in art and cooking activities related to the theme of the week! Whether it is painting, folding origami or even toasting delicious s'mores, students will enjoy their time each other.
Recent research shows that bilingual children outperform monolingual children on tasked that tap into executive function— skills having to do with attention control, reasoning, and flexible problem solving. We are strong believers in the benefits of being bilingual, so we offer daily language classes for the students.
Monthly Theme & FOCUS
All about Yourself
Tell us all about yourself as we explore your favorite foods, colors, and build your face with fruit. Tell us about your best friends, parents, brothers or sisters, and pets! We will also learn how to keep ourselves safe wherever we are.
What can we do with pumpkins?We will start with learning how to measure how fat or skinny a pumpkin can be. Then, we will find as many words as we can that start with the letter "p". Maybe, we will even make our own pumpkin pie in a cup!
What is an Election
We will learn about the most important election in the United States - the Presidential Election. We will learn to recognize shape and numerical patterns and even figure out why the Statue of Liberty is green.
We are known as the "melting pot" because we live in a place where different people or cultures all come together and begin to merge and mix. We will learn about three different holidays that are celebrated in December.
Happy New Year
Let's see how different cultures celebrate around the world. What kind of food do they eat? what games do they play? What can we do better this year? It's still a bit chilly, so lets put on our winter coats and learn about snow!
We will enjoy the festivities that surround Chinese New Years by hosting a talent show and potluck. February is also known as Black History month, so we will also learn about empowering and brave African American leaders in history.
Celebrate Diverse Events
Starting with Dr. Seuss Week, we will embrace the wonderful and imaginative mind of Dr. Seuss cooking their own Green Eggs and Ham! Next, we will learn about the importance and selflessness of soldiers who fought for our country.
We will learn about different furry animals- how to take care of them and ways to keep animals safe. We will also learn about the weather by becoming a weather reporter. After Spring Break, We will learn about a plant's life cycle,
Happy Mother's Day
Mommy, I know you love me, and always there for me.
From my heart, I want to say I am so glad you are my MOM.
Mommy, I love you always.
Our whole class will brainstorm the ways to show our LOVE.
"M" is for MOM.
Father's Day Surprise
A Father's Day Thank You.
Father's Day crafts
Sample Daily Schedule
PK TK - K
9:00 - 9:30 Homework
9:30 - 10:00 Article of the Day
10:00 - 10:30 Math Infinity
10:30 - 11:15 Lunch | Ready to School
AM TK - K
12:00 - 1:00 Lunch | Outdoor Play
1:00 - 1:30 Homework
1:30 - 2:00 Article of the Day
2:00 - 2:30 Math Infinity
3:00 - 3:30 Snacks | Outdoor Play
3:30 - 4:00 Chinese
4:00 - 5:00 STEAM Activities
5:00 - 5:30 Lexia
5:30 - 6:00 Outdoor Play | Ready to go Home