lingo outside nursery lessons
A word from our principal:
We will educate your children in English utilizing our cores system outlined here.
Provide all educational materials to your Nursery School FREE of cost.
Support your Nursery school graduation and special events upon request.
Provide an English Education presence in your Nursery School.
Success in Preschool
How it works:
Preschool Workbook is designed for the preschool through pre-kindergarten child.
Sections are divided into major topics for all levels of learners. Each section provides opportunities for young learners to gain basic skills. Sections may be completed in any order. In fact, moving around the workbook will keep your child interested and engaged. Each child is unique! One child may excel in one section, but have a harder time with another section. This is developmentally appropriate. It’s important that your child have fun learning and enjoy the experience of working on the activities with you.
Print-rich pages reinforce words and reading whenever possible. Items are labeled so your child can see the word with the object.
Arts and movement are integrated into the workbook. This makes activities more interesting while teaching essential gross and fine motor skills.
In writing and cutting exercises, we’ve included helpful features to promote success. You’ll notice starting cues and heavier cutting lines.
A tip can be found at the bottom of many pages. This feature gives you ideas for extending the activity or assisting your child.
This is an introductory book. If you'd like to practice specific skills, like writing, check out other products in Meads Early Learning line. You can view these items at mead.com.
What you can expect:
Colors, Shapes, and Patterns
Activities in these sections show your child how to draw shapes using directional cues and help and help your child recognize, continue and create patterns. Fun shape hunts give your child an active way to reinforce these concepts.
Your child can trace and draw pre-writing shapes on these pages. Directional cues are given with each shape and help your child with pencil control. This contributes to future success in writing.
Letters and Sounds and Beginning Writing
The stars of theses sections are 26 capital and lowercase letters. Your child will begin to identify letters and the sound each letter makes. Your child can trace and write letters with directional cues.
In this section your child will learn about story sequence, classify sets of objects, identify rhymes in words and pictures and practice directional paths from left to right. Clapping and stomping are used to introduce syllables.
In addition to tracing and writing numerals, your child will be introduced to number words, counting and comparing sets of objects, measurement attributes, ordinal numbers, time and money. Your child’s mathematical process skills will continue to grow.
Earth, life and physical science as well as technology are all introduced in this section through activities that incorporate art and movement. This section will help your learner with important early science concepts while strengthening fine and gross motor skills.
This section encourages self-awareness and community. Your child can express feelings, recognize community helpers and practice personal information (address and phone number) through art, drama and movement.