September-May • June-August
Emergent reading/writing classes
Working in groups of 2-3 students per teacher.
Learn language and early literacy skills through a multisensory teaching approach in our interactive reading center and new writing lab program.
1, 2 or 3 days a week
12:30-1:20, 1:30-2:20, 2:30-3:20, 3:30-4:20, 4:30-5:20, 5:30-6:20, 6:30-7:20
8:30-9:20, 9:30-10:20, 10:30-11:20, 11:30-12:20, 12:30-1:20
10:30-11:30, 11:30-12:20, 12:30-1:20, 1:30-2:20, 2:30-3:20, 3:30-4:20
- No contracts
- Open Enrollment (year round)
- Monthly Payment Plan is available – registration Fee $35.00
- Parent/Coaching class included (dates TBA)
- Pre-Emergent Reading & Writing Program: 3 year old
- Early Emergent Reading & Writing Program: 4 year old
- Emergent Reading & Writing Program: 5 year old
- Pencil Grip
- Letter strokes
- Emergent Writing
- Authoring Books
Pre-Emergent Reading & Writing Program
3 year old – 50 min class.
The pre-emergent reading program consists of oral language activities through song, letter names, letter-sound relationships including letters to important words like their own name and environmental print referencing. Story time will share classic nursery rhymes while introducing book-handling skills, concepts of print, and rhyme time. Writing includes fine motor, pencil grip, scribble to letter-like forms and shapes with emergent letter strokes (directionality).
Early Emergent Reading & Writing Program
4 year old – 50 min class.
Our early emergent reading & writing program includes alphabet knowledge, letter-sound connection & word play and linking letters to make words. Other daily literacy highlights include interactive reading using print referencing and word awareness as well as guided reading and oral language development built through shared reading. Writing includes letter strokes (directionality), letters in their names, space concepts and importance of letter order.
Emergent Reading & Writing Program
Junior Kinder – 5 year old – 50 min class.
Learn oral language, print awareness, build on letter recognition, phonological awareness, alphabetic principle, blending sounds to form words, vowels and consonants, high-frequency word recognition. Daily guided reading and “uency building as well as oral language and comprehension through shared reading. Writing includes further letter strokes (directionality) and legibility, emergent writing and space concepts.