Pre-K

A Strong Foundation for Kindergarten

At Kidsville Pre-K is an essential stepping stone to kindergarten success. We ensure that children achieve significant development advancements, learn effective communication, and develop collaborative skills, by working independently and in groups through our tried-and-true early childhood educational approach. Our Pre-K program explores:

  • Problem-solving
  • Responsive listening
  • Using language to learn
  • Social and collaborative skills

Curriculum and Developmental Scales

Our Kidsville philosophy provides the foundation for our Young Achiever curriculum. Active learning is the defining element of the approach—giving students direct, hands-on experiences with materials, people and ideas—along with the Plan-Do-Review process. Meanwhile, children work toward milestones across 10 development scales, through customized lessons generated from our digital lesson planning tool.

Approaches to Learning

Planning, setting goals, and interacting with others and the environment.

Creative Arts

Expressing ideas and feelings with music, movement, visual arts, and drama.

Language

Using expressive and receptive vocabulary and conversation skills for effective communication.

Literacy

Demonstrating phonological awareness, alphabet knowledge, reading and writing skills.

Logic & Reasoning

Effectively using sequencing, problem-solving, and symbolic and critical-thinking skills.

Early Math

Understanding numbers, patterns, sorting, and ordering, plus using numbers to add, subtract, measure, and graph.

Desired Outcome: Child separates a group of objects in half.

Nature & Science

Understanding the natural and physical world; observing, describing, predicting, and gathering data.

Milestone: Questioning and developing hypotheses.

Desired Outcome: Child asks “what will happen if” questions to help predict a future event.

Social Studies

Understanding themselves, their families, communities, and their world.

Physical Development/Health

Successfully using fine and gross motor skills; understanding health and nutrition.

Get Moving, Get Learning

Social-Emotional Development

Demonstrating self-awareness; showing respect and empathy for others.