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Weekend Preschool Tutoring | Reading Club | Friday & Saturday - ESL friendly
In this ESL friendly, weekend class students will be learning in a fun and engaging way about colors, shapes, ABC’s, letter sounds and sight words and numbers 1-20, and simple addition and subtraction. This class is great so students can work on concepts they may need tutoring and improvement on during weekends.
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Completed by 1 learner
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learners per class
$5 per class
Meets 2x per week
Runs week after week
30 minutes per class
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⭐️🖍 Get $4 off my class "Sunflower 🌻 Seeds Preschool | Ages 3 to 6 | Weekends Friday & Saturday " with coupon code ARIEENOV7E4 until Mar 7, 2023. enter the coupon code at checkout. ⭐️🖍 🦋This class is perfect for: 🦋 *First time learners *Preschoolers *English Language Learners *Students getting ready to enter Kindergarten 🦋What will be taught?🦋 *Letter Recognition *Letter sounds & phonics *Writing skills *Shapes *Colors *Numbers 1-20 & One to one correspondence We will have weekly...
-Students will develop confidence as they meet new friends and learn new topics on their own, at their own pace. -No student is the same, and so children of all learning abilities will be accepted and embraced in my classroom. -Students will learn to recognize the alphabet out of order. -Begin to practice writing and be able to write uppercase and some lowercase letters. -They will identify numbers 1 through 10, colors and start recognizing shapes. -Additionally students will learn basic facts about each of our monthly themes that teach about the world we live in!
I've been in education for over 8 years and I taught in a preschool setting for 2 of those years so far! I took Early Childhood Development and Education at Los Angeles Southwest College and earned my Early Child Development Associates degree (AA). I am currently one semester away from earning my BA in Child Development.
Any homework assigned will be verbal and not mandatory. For example, if we are studying the letter T, at the end of class I may ask the students to look around their homes for something beginning with the letter T or to find something that has the letter T on it. This isn’t really homework, but rather a way for the student to continue their learning even after class is over.
Students will need basic school supplies: 🖍Crayons/markers (jumbo sizes are perfect for small hands but not required) ✏️Pencils (tri-write & beginners pencils are perfect for first time writers but not required) 📃Small pack of construction paper 📝Since we do some letter writing practice as a group, dry erase boards are an easy option to have available but aren’t required! Paper and pencil will work too Glue (stick and/or liquid) ✂️Safety Scissors Small container of play dough Building Material (blocks, Legos, Kinex) A toy 🧸 for show and tell
I won’t do a formal assessment but I will keep a personal log of each students progress. If you would like to know or want me to know what your learner is struggling with or excelling at, I’d be happy to let you know privately.
1 hour per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
⭐️Some students may need help with Muting/Unmuting 🎙so parental guidance will be needed to assist with that. ⭐️Anytime a student is handling scissors or glue, I ask that a parent be close by to help when needed. ⭐️Most movement activities can be done seated or standing in place, no equipment or special area is required🧯, but during movement activities parents may want to supervise and/or assist to make sure their child is staying safe throughout activity **CAUTION WHEN CHOOSING PLAY DOUGH** Play dough may contain wheat, which could cause an allergic reaction if ingested in those sensitive to wheat, gluten or with Celiac Disease. If your child suffers from this allergy please read the label first and feel free to choose an appropriate alternative!
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool approved tools.
Early Childhood Educator
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
1 total review
5 completed classes
1. I teach a variety of subjects based on young students interests. I enjoy teaching art, reading-language arts, science and history! 2. I am an undergraduate student at CSUDH, studying child development. I have an associates degree in early...