Little Geniuses Class Rotated Subjects
Basic Preschool & Pre-K gets a little of the below subjects but once in Advanced Preschool & Pre-K they'll get much more...
* Solar System-- students learn to point to planets -most schools don't teach this. (rotated subject)
* Body parts-We teach this before they learn skelatal 101.(rotated subject)
* Skeletal- We ask about the child's cranium, scapula, mandible, humorous bone, ribs, sternum, rib cage -most schools don't teach this.(rotated subject)* Counting- (most schools teach only to 10 or 20--I go beyond that--in the hundreds...
* Phonetics-most schools don't teach this till Kindergarten-I teach this (rotated subject).
* Clock Time 101-most schools don't teach this till first or second grade.(rotated subject)
* Basic shapes are taught first in basic Preschool and basic Pre-K. (rotated subject)
*Advanced geometrical shapes- parallelogram, trapezoid, octagon, cone, pyramid, sphere, rhombus and etc. -most schools don't teach advanced shapes, they usually only teach basic beginning shapes (square/triangle). (rotated subject)
* Drawing every day if they want too... (We offer clean paper on table every day for them or they'll work on their class projects) most Preschools don't offer that option daily. This rotated drawing activity helps strengthen their small finger muscles to get them ready to write and use scizzors. We also offer lots of small types of food items to help their pinser grasp get stronger. Some items we offer are small piecies of cereals, bread items,fruits and veggies.
* Word/Letter/Number/Shape box--to show cognitive progress (my own rotated subject) not offered anywhere that I know of.
*Progress reports for ages 1 year and up. Please see me to view these during the tour. This is given to our full time Basic and Advanced Preschool and Pre-K program students. This is for children who are in our Monday through Friday class from 9:30am to 1:30pm.
* Class Keepsake Memory Portfolio--which is professionally bound. It's about 2 to 3 inches thick, it's to show child's cognitive progress. This is another of my own personal cognitive tracking tools-not offered anywhere that I know of. The work of the children will not go home, it will stay on file with us till we bind it. This keeps it from being lost in the car, back pack, car, friends or relatives abode. We put the child's name and date on the papers, if the child is too young to do so. If the child mentions to us what their thinking about during the time of their drawings, we will put that notation on the paper. This is for Basic and advance Preschool and Pre-K full-time students that attend 5 days a week and 4 hours a day, who are current with class tuition, all fees and only if account is paid in full and there isn't any OT(over time) fees owed to LGPreschool.
*Natural Nature Trail for walks on the Lake young's Trail- in addition to the backyard playground toys that is made for young children. Most schools only have one outdoor option--I luckily have more than 5 outdoor options for my students and two playroom classrooms--most have one small class or playroom.
* Pre writing skills 101 with shadow writing, paper writing,stencil writing, wipe in write writing, chalk writing, electronic writing-- (my own rotated subject) no schools teach this subject.
* Spanish 101-Daily-most schools don't teach this. (rotated subject)
* Sign Language 101-daily-most schools don't teach this.(rotated subject)
* Computer's 101-rotated subject-most schools don't teach this.(rotated subject)
* Science 101-rotated every couple of days
* Geography 101-rotated subject
* Communication 101-Daily
* Manners 101-Daily
* Dramatic Play 101-daily
* Cooking 101 --rotated subject-most schools don't teach this.
* Social Skills 101 --Daily
* Pets 101--Our dwarf hamsters, Conure bird and ferrets are on site--learning to nurture something other than themselves-most schools don't teach this.Our pets are in safe enclosed habitats and don't roam free all day like dogs and cats do. I'm allergic to cats so this works for us.(rotated subject)
* Potty Training 101---not offered at almost all Preschools-potty trainers can't get into classrooms unless FULLY potty trained--with me they can.
* Sharing 101
* Show N Tell 101
* Summer activities--toddler pools, sprinklers and water table fun.
* Art 101--drawing
* Music 101--nursery rhymes and using musical toys for songs
* Crafts-- a rotated subject
* Games 101--children are all winners! For trying!
* Story Time 101--could be from a book, on-line story or a made up story*Manners 101
*Reading 101 taught when child knows all phonetics (all letter sounds, consonants, vowels and etc.)
* Math 101- can be daily or rotated--counting items, visually learning numbers and saying them
* Bathroom etiquette & table etiquette
* Germs 101--sneezing in arm elbow, coughing in arm elbow and soaping up after/before meals or anytime they touch a germ items.... (Pets, bugs, potty chairs and any bodily fluids)
* Safety 101--Stranger Danger, Crossing streets, Earth Quake/Fire drills... (rotated subject)
* Puzzles and Blocks 101--these items build mathematical minds....
* Etc..... (I'm probably missing a few things but you get the idea)
There is no religeous study or homework here at our abode, nor any type of band instument music homework-please do this at your home or schools. *practicing band instruments scares the little one's-especially during their sleep times. We take all persons from every religeous background, so we don't want to have children studying their religeous materials and having conflicts over who's religeon is better or etc... It's best to keep this at your homes.