Kindergarten Program

Creative Kids Club's full day Kindergarten program has been in place since 1996. The teacher in the program has at least a Bachelor's Degree in Early Childhood Education. The assistant teacher in the program has at least an Associate's Degree in Early Childhood Education.

Our class size is limited to 10 children. Many of our kindergarten students miss the entry cut-off date for public full day kindergarten and have successfully tested into first grade at public school for the next year.

By completion of the Kindergarten program the children will learn the following skills…

Social Development
Play cooperatively with others
Display self-confidence
Respect the rights and property of others
Practice self-control
Accept and respect authority
Follow classroom rules and routines
Manage personal needs
Reading Readiness and Language Arts
Express ideas in complete sentences
Take part in classroom discussion
Communicate ideas clearly before a group
Recognize his/her name in print
Match objects and symbols that are alike
Recognize and say his/her address and phone number
Recite days of the week
Handle a book properly
Name and print capital and lowercase letters
Recognize the sound of each letter
Discuss and respond to nursery rhymes
Distinguish between questions and statements
Recognize word meaning from sentence context
Listen to appreciate stories and poetry
Recognize rhyming words and picture details
Predict outcomes
Recognize opposites
Recognize a main idea in a story
Draw conclusions
Classify common characteristics
Identify cause and effect
Compare things that are alike and different
Make comparisons
Recognize sequence of events in a story
Identify positions (top, middle, bottom, after, between, etc.)
Sort and classify objects (same, different; sort and classify by size, color, and shape)
Match sets to show same number
Compare groups and identify groups with more or fewer numbers
Recognize numbers from 0 to 20
Identify solid and plane figures (ball, box, can, cone, circle, triangle, square, etc.)
Identify equal parts; halves of a region
Identify, copy, create and extend patterns
Compare length
Measure length and distance using non-standard units
Find sums by adding objects
Find differences by subtracting objects
Solve problems by making and reading simple graphs
Social Studies
Social Studies
Develop an understanding that he/she is unique within a place in the family, school, and community
Identify members of the school community
Identify members of the family unit and their responsibilities
Display an understanding of school rules
Demonstrate proper manners
Discuss people and their roles in the community
Gain an understanding of specific holidays and their customs
Adapt to a school routine
Become aware of their home environment
Become aware of different occupations
Health and Life Skills
Develop a positive self-concept
Share feelings and express likes and dislikes
Develop an awareness of personal hygiene
Share and take turns
Understand and accept the feelings of others
Develop an awareness of safety
Social Development
Play cooperatively with others
Display self confidence
Respect the rights of others
Practice self control
Accept and respect authority
Follow classroom rules and routines
Manage personal needs
Work Habits
Follow directions
Listen attentively
Work independently
Work without disturbing others
Complete a task in a given amount of time
Work carefully and neatly
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