Our Pre-K program is designed specifically keeping kindergarten preparedness in mind. We understand that your 4 and 5-year-old is more than ready to take on new challenges and we work to meet their developmental needs.
The full-day program is meant to ensure that the children under our care are not only challenged daily, but also get a head start on topics/skills they will learn in detail in the next phase of their development i.e. kindergarten.
A curriculum that bridges the gap between Pre-K and Kindergarten
At Kreative Kidz Children’s Center, we understand that not all parents are able to enroll their 4 and 5-year-olds in kindergarten on time. This can be due to anything from missing enrollment deadlines because of a busy schedule, birth date issues to state enrollment guidelines.
This is where our Transitional Kindergarten (TK) program can prove invaluable. As per the name, our TK classes are designed specifically for 4 to 5-year-olds who were not able to enroll in Kindergarten on time. Using a modified curriculum that is developmentally appropriate, we teach our Pre K students topics and skills that can allow them to transition to kindergarten easily.
A mix of curriculum that provides a solid foundation for successful transition
In other words, our TK program can help your children develop a love for learning with strong, foundational knowledge. To accommodate the transition and to enhance their development, we have combined this program with our InvestiGator Club Prekindergarten Learning System, which explores kindergarten literacy and STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics) skills.
The merged program involves a transitional year, which includes purposeful play and participatory learning based on each student’s emotional and social development. Once the students complete our Pre K programs, they are well equipped with the skills and education they need to transition into kindergarten or first grade after the end of the kindergarten year.
A holistic education
Our Pre-K program is designed to allow 4 and 5-year-olds a holistic education, which includes 72 skills that are based on six domains of learning namely:
Language & Literacy
Physical Well Being & Motor Development
Science & Social Studies