We offer young children open-ended opportunities to learn, laugh and explore on their own and with others, while parents have some adult time to connect and discuss how to get ready for the coming change.
Through engaging group activities in a real classroom setting, children get the chance to learn and develop the various social and behavioral skills that will benefit them as they start kindergarten.As they interact with other students and the teacher, they learn to express their ideas, share with friends, be good listeners, and build skills relevant to classroom learning.They will get the opportunity to practice these social and behavioural skills while gaining a greater understanding of kindergarten norms and expectationsButton Text
Starting kindergarten is an exciting milestone for a child, but can also be a stressful experience for parents.Our program also provides parents with an opportunity to meet with other parents and licensed educators while their children are in their practice classrooms, to share and discuss ideas, express concerns, and prepare for the transition together.Button Text
We believe that it’s best to continue practicing and developing these skills at home, and we accordingly provide families with take-home resources - such as games and family activities - designed to build on the classroom simulation, and to fill in any skills gaps they might need additional assistance with.Button Text
The purpose of this program is to help make sure that children are socially prepared for Kindergarten, and that they understand the bigger behavioural requirements and expectations of a classroom.
It aims to help remove the unknowns that can cause nervousness and strip the excitement for both children and parents.
Parents can relax knowing their child is socially and behaviorally ready, and have some of their concerns alleviated by witnessing the simulation, and having the opportunity to connect with other parents going through the same thing.