Junior Kindergarten Educational Program-Letterland
At Absolute Angels we offer our own school based Junior Kindergarten program. Our classroom and child teacher ratio remain small (1-9 ratio maximum).
Letterland is a unique, phonics-based approach to teaching reading, writing and spelling to 4 to 5 year olds.’ Its information-rich Letterland characters transform plain black letter shapes into child-friendly pictogram characters, which live in an imaginary place called Letterland. By translating the full range of dry phonic facts into engaging stories, children are motivated to listen, to think and to learn. These stories explain letter shapes and sounds, allowing children to quickly progress to word building, reading and writing.
Our Junior Kindergarten children also participate in our math program through the use of math work sheets.
Senior Kindergarten Educational Program-Jolly Phonics
At Absolute Angels we offer our own school based Senior Kindergarten program. Our classroom and child teacher ratio remain small (1-12 ratio maximum).
Jolly Phonics is a thorough foundation for reading and writing. It uses the synthetic phonics method of teaching the letter sounds in a way that it is fun and multi-sensory. Children learn how to use the letter sounds to read and write words.
Our Senior Kindergarten children build up their math skills through the use of worksheets.
At Absolute Angels the children participate in outdoor play two times a day in the morning and afternoon weather permitting. When sending the children outdoors we take into account the wind chill factor in the winter months and uv reading in the summer months. If your child attends Absolute Angels they will participate in the outdoor play every day.
During the summer time the children participate in fun filled activities that all take place at Absolute Angels. Reptile show, Bounce Castle, Music act, just to name a few. The trips are held on Wednesdays. Parents are required to pay an activity fee which changes every summer depending on the cost of the activities. Our children still have fun while keeping them safe. Parents are required to sign a “parent consent form” which allows the children to participate in the summer activities.
Parents may get copies of any of the policies from the office!!