- Learning At Home
- Our Programs
- Our Schools
- About Us
Private Kindergarten is the culmination of your child’s journey along the School Readiness Pathway, setting them up for a successful academic life. Our degreed, certified teachers and award-winning kindergarten curricula prepare children for success in elementary school and beyond, by focusing on:
This classroom provides significant individual attention to each child, through six distinct learning areas.
Pretend and imaginative play opportunities allow children to try on different roles and materials, and to practice their social-emotional skills.
Learning how things work and fit together is the essential result of using different materials to build constructions and creations.
Children work with a variety of art materials and color concepts, as they develop their creative skills, solve problems, and express themselves.
Science and math concepts are explored through experiments that help children practice investigative and critical-thinking skills.
Through letter and word recognition and formation, separating words into sounds, and assembling sounds to make words, children develop their written communication skills.
In a cozy space filled with books, children work on their literacy skills, such as story reasoning, print awareness, and letter recognition.
Nationally recognized, award-winning, research-based educational curricula for children are featured in this program:
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Journeys: This literacy and language arts program provides learning opportunities for English language learners, as well as emerging, on-level, and advanced readers.
My Math: Children become confident in their math skills, through challenges and inspiration from true-to-life examples of math concepts. Children have research-based strategies at their fingertips to build their conceptual comprehension, procedural ability, and math fluency.
Handwriting Without Tears®: Improvements in letter size, spacing, and overall legibility are found through this program that makes handwriting an easy and automatic skill for all students.
In this classroom, children’s development is tracked across five key benchmarks*:
*If your school is located in Texas or Virginia, these benchmarks vary. Please see your director for details.
Children increase their ability to ask and answer questions, comprehend important story and informational details from text with the guidance of a teacher.
Children develop the ability to count, by 1’s, up to 100.
Milestone: Solve addition and subtraction problems, and add and subtract within 10.
Desired Outcome: Student can add and subtract using a collection of objects; student can distinguish between addition and subtraction.
Children explore the sharing of stories from their family and traditions.
Children perform investigations, as they develop their ability to make comparisons and recognize differences between forces, objects, etc.
Children increase their skills at following directions independently, with a focus on step-by-step directions.
Self-Regulation & School Readiness
Self-Regulation & School Readiness
As a family, it’s important to work with your children on understanding limits and following rules—both are essential skills that help your child prepare for the challenges of school.
Recent research has found that kindergarten teachers rank the ability to self-regulate as the most important characteristic necessary for school readiness.
We provide peace of mind to all of our families through comprehensive security and safety procedures and measures. That’s to protect the most important part of our school—your child.Learn More About Safety
Keep your family connected all throughout the day with the brightwheel mobile app.Learn About brightwheel
The best way to experience the magic of Childtime learning is to see it firsthand with a guided tour. We’re excited to meet you and your family.Schedule a Tour