In Kindergarten, and as your child prepares for first grade, the goal is to focus on the fundamentals that will pave the way for a lifetime of learning. Purposeful play helps build enthusiasm and participation. Opening the door to stimulating, inquiry-based learning fosters your child’s natural curiosity of the world around them.
Reading - Homeschool reading lessons begin with solid fundamentals like phonics, then build by teaching letters and words. Reading aloud allows your child to connect oral and written language while increasing their vocabulary and comprehension skills.
Math - Simple, yet focused activities like playing with blocks help your kindergarten child learn important concepts like counting, colors and shapes. Integrating homeschool math lessons into everyday activities will help build rudimentary skills like telling time, counting money and measuring.