Early Readers Preschool Curriculum
Early Readers Preschool provides a language-rich environment for your student. What does that mean? It means we are going to converse, sing, and read together. How will conversing, singing, and reading help your child?
Early learners who grow up in environments where they can experience and develop language and reading skills don’t just do better in academic subjects like reading, English, and history. They are stronger in all academic areas
Early learners are more confident in themselves when learning to read in kindergarten because they have experience with books from their parents and other adults in their life. Books seem less scary and are special.
Early learners are confident when learning how to count, add, subtract, and understand graphs in kindergarten when they have experiences from their parents and other grownups in their life.
Early learners who are encouraged to converse, sing, and read are curious. Reading invites young readers to explore their world..
Early learners who are encouraged to converse, sing, and read have imaginations..
Reading provides early learners with experiences that show them the world is full of diverse people. They live in communities that include farms, stores, schools, restaurants, and people who help.
Early learners who are encouraged to converse, sing, and read have stronger vocabularies when entering kindergarten.
Social & Emotional Development
Early learners who grow up in environments where they feel heard, loved, and cherished are confident.