Spring Session: 3/14/2022 – 5/29/2022 10 Weeks (No Class during 4/18-4/22)
Class Time: Mon-Fri 11:30am-12:30pm ET; 10 Weeks, 50 classes
This interactive class is the perfect way to keep your young child learning while safe at home! We will teach the skills needed to be successful in kindergarten, while your child has fun, makes friends, and learns social skills. This learning experience will nourish the cognitive, social, sensory, social and emotional development of preschool children. Teaching is differentiated for all levels of learners. We study Literacy, Math, Science, Social Studies And Social-Emotional Learning. We incorporate art, music, singing and games so learning is fun and children love class. Our literacy work includes alphabet recognition, phonetic understanding, rhyme, alliteration, letter writing, sound matching, expressive and receptive language, oral language comprehension, concepts of print, and the introduction to developmentally appropriate sight words. Math principles are taught to reinforce numbers in everyday life through numeration, ordering, measurement, place value, charts, and the concepts of currency and time. Because science teaches us to ask questions, make predictions and follow our own curiosity, our class learns about the natural world around us; weather, water, plants, animals, nutrition and recycling– giving students the lesson of caring for the planet, themselves and each other.
Your child will develop confidence and learn to love learning. Our classes are taught in a fun, caring, nurturing, and positive environment which strengthens both intellectual and social skills. Students will be prepared for formal school in every sense. Links to all the online resources will be provided daily for further practice and exploration.
Ms. Mixon has taught English Language Arts, Theatre Arts, Public Speaking and Literacy to young people for over 25 years. She holds a BFA in Theater from Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University, and a Masters (MAT) degree in Elementary Education from Montclair State University. She has taught in public, private and independent schools, and holds three NJ teaching certifications, including Students with Disabilities. She worked on the Tolerance.org website for the Southern Poverty Law Center, offering free resources for educators on celebrating diversity and social justice, served as Education Coordinator at the Alabama Shakespeare Festival, and has taught at The Utah Shakespeare Festival, the George Street Playhouse, the Shakespeare Theater of New Jersey, and the Great River Shakespeare Festival (GRSF). She ran the Children’s Center at the Omega Institute of Holistic Studies, and also programmed Conferences and Workshops with best-selling authors, scholars and artists at Omega. She has taught at several Montessori Schools, and as a Wilderness Survival Counselor. She received two consecutive Folger Grants for her Newark students to participate in the “Shakesperience” competition, where her students won top honors. She co-founded elementary acting classes at GRSF, where she teaches each summer, and with her husband co-founded Creative Dramatics for Young People in Montgomery, Alabama. She has directed hundreds of plays with young students. Her husband is a professional actor and her son is a Junior in Journalism School. She likes to hike, swim, read and create art with friends.
Policy: You get a 100% credit back to your Kooyaya’s account a week before the 1st class starts. After the class starts, a week notice is required and refund is prorated base. All refund is credited back to your Kooyaya’s account for future purchase, no expiration. For cash refund, 5% surcharge fee will be applied.
If the enrollments are less than three, Kooyaya reserves the rights to change or cancel the class. Make-up classes or online recorded videos can be provided, Kooyaya reserves the rights of final explanation. When you place an order in whole year package which includes fall, winter and spring sessions, you will get a 5% discount.
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