Getting Ready for School(4 – 6 years)
The curriculum at Imaginarium For Kids is specifically designed to meet the child care and learning needs of four, five and six year old children.
This challenging, fun and age-appropriate program engages the whole child, helping to improve thinking, reasoning and communicating.
Ensuring Your Child’s Seamless Transition to Kindergarten
The Kindergarten classroom at Imaginarium For Kids is designed to help your child make significant developmental gains, like communicating successfully,and working well both independently and in groups. Our highly trained teachers will use designated Learning Centers to prepare your child for Kindergarten and life beyond.
At Imaginarium For Kids we are committed to maintaining teacher to student ratio of 1:10, when the maximum number of students inside Kindergarten group is 20. You’ll receive assessments regularly through ongoing portfolio collections, quarterly reports and family/teacher conferences twice a year, so you can rest assured that your child is progressing throughout the year.
Kindergarten Learning Centers
Kindergarten classroom features next learning centers equipped with developmentally appropriate materials to channel your child’s natural sense of curiosity into educational exploration.
Your Child’s Day
Our Kindergarten curriculum incorporates the best practices of early childhood education experts and promotes school-readiness. Your child will create portfolios that encourage communication through writing and drawing, and participate in our special program which focuses on developing important character traits. The typical daily structure for your child might include:
Math, Language & Literacy
To build their knowledge and prepare them for school.
Time where the day’s themed activities are introduced and reviewed.
Opportunities to Explore and Evaluate Feelings
During “Your Opinion Counts” time.
Activities in the Learning Centers
To bring the day’s educational theme to life.
Which allows your child to read a story with the class or act out a character.
Song and Poem Time
To strengthen early literacy skills.
Music and Movement
To expand your child’s vocabulary, listening skills and gross motor skills.
Twice daily to participate in group play, burn off energy and develop motor skills.
Lunch and Quiet Time
To nourish and rest your child’s growing mind and body.