Pre-Kindergarten
Overview:

Preparing for school and a lifetime of
learning

Pre-kindergarten is a critical time for children as they begin the adventure of a
lifetime of learning. Our Early Foundation Pre-K program promotes
independence while preparing your child for the next familiar with an
organized environment. We focus on group play to develop social skills, such
as listening sharing, and cooperation. Our teachers have a passion for what
they do and consider it a privilege to partner with you during this special time
in your child’s life

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Ten Indicators of School Readiness:











Your Pre-Kindergartener’s Day:

Each day our caring experienced teachers are deducted to providing a rich,
nurturing environment that will prepare your child for kindergarten. Our
teachers organize unique activities that are designed to support your child’s
development socially, physically, emotionally, and intellectually-all while your
child is having fun. You will feel confident knowing our curriculum is designed
to meet early learning standards.

Language and Literacy:
Daily instruction is focused on age-appropriate literacy objectives, including
letter recognition, letter sounds, and emerging writing skills.

Math Skills:
Children engage in the exciting work of numbers as they sort, construct,
classify, and match. They also learn counting, measuring, and a variety of
math skills.

Creativity and Imagination:
Children Participate in creative arts and music experiences, such as making
collages, painting pictures, and learning to dance. We also showcase master
artist and their mediums.

Scientific Discovery:
Children examine and use various tools of discovery and natural materials.
They learn to predict results, test ideas, and draw conclusions through hands-
on experiences.
  • Preparation for kindergarten
  • Whole-group activities that develop social skills, such as
    sharing, listening and cooperation
  • Learning with Vocabulary, letters, and words
  • Development of independent learning skills with our hands-
    on experiences
  • Thematic units that encourage curiosity, self-direction, and
    confidence
  • Regular communication with teachers so that you are
    informed about your child’s day
  1. Knows how to communicate
  2. Separates from parents without excessive anxiety
  3. Shares and takes turns with reminders
  4. Follows simple directions and completes tasks
  5. Identifies primary colors and shapes
  6. Counts to ten or higher
  7. Copies some letters or numbers   
  8. Traces or draws a line with some control
  9. Helps dress him/herself
  10. Creates a four or five block tower
Pre-school
Kindergarten
Morning Stars Learning Program
Ages 3 - Kindergarten
School: 760-341-5223
Cell: 760-861-4545
Theme for
2017 - 18
Franklin the Turtle
and Friends