Life Skills

Transitioning to Kinder (TK) Ages 4-6 (Ongoing, Full Curriculum) 5 X's/Week

Your learners will learn to read, add and subtract. They will practice proper gripping for writing if/when necessary. Telling time and counting money will be a skill added to practice numbers. Learners will experience Pre-K and Kinder sight words and digraphs to support their literacy skills.
128 total reviews for this teacher
Completed by 4 learners
Class

30 minutes

per class

5x per week

every week

4-6

year olds

1-5

learners per class

per learner - per class

How does anOngoingcourse work?

Meets on a weekly schedule, join any week, no need to catch up on previous material
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Automatic payment every Sunday, cancel any time
Great for clubs and for practicing skills

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Description

Class Experience

Assuming that you child will complete the school year with Transitioning to Kinder (TK) Ages 4-6 (Ongoing, Full Curriculum), the learning goals of this course is for your child to be prepared to enter into kindergarten with the following skill knowledge:

1)  Ability to visually identify upper and lowercase letters.
2)  Ability to demonstrate beginning and ending consonant sounds.
3)  Ability to identify and count numbers 1-100 in order and at random.
4)  Ability to answer questions with a complete sentence through teacher led reading comprehension activities.
5)  Ability to identify 2D & most 3D shapes.
6)  Ability to hold a writing tool appropriately.
7)  Ability to hold scissors appropriately.
8)  Ability to write first and last name.
9)  Ability to write numbers 1-100.
10)  Ability to draw a self-expressed portrait which can include head, eyes, nose, ears, arms, body, legs, and feet
Homework upon request.
1)  Writing paper (with lines)
2)  Writing tools:  pencils, grips, markers, and/or crayons
3)  Glue (stick/liquid)
4)  Safety scissors (no sharp edges) ***PARENT SUPPORT IS HIGHLY ENCOURAGED***
Assessments and feedback from daily evaluation will be provided to families daily/weekly. An un-grading (no letter grade) approach is one of many ways to provide immediate feedback relating to your learners' understanding. The teacher will provide recommendations to help support the academic development and growth for your child.  Please pay close attention to those emails as they're sent regularly to make correction where needed.   This is also an opportunity for the teacher to share progress and celebrate appropriately.

2 hours 30 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Parents are highly encouraged to be present during scissor use to prevent any possible injuries.  Also, parents are encouraged to provide writing support (hand-over-hand) if and/or whenever needed.  The goal is to instill confidence for future fine motor independence. 
This is not required but if you would like to see or use similar material, please review Scholastic Success with Pre-K workbook.  This is a complete curriculum that allows teachers and parents to follow along with the lesson throughout the year.

Teacher

💖Teacher Ty, M.Ed. Elementary Education & ECE
🇺🇸
Lives in the United States
💝Teacher Ty, M.A. Ed.& ECE
128 total reviews
136 completed classes

About Me

I can remember being 10 or 11 years old and gathering my younger cousins together at family functions.  I would bring supplies and a dictionary to conduct tests on their reading, writing, and spelling skills.  Before I knew about passion, I simply... 
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