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- Children will know learn how to count, add and subtract using pictures
- Children will learn to embrace math as a fun activity.
- Children's cognitive skills will improve greatly with edu games / videos on phonics, shapes and colors
- Young children will build confidence and self-esteem
- Children's listening skills will improve
- The ability to click a mouse is the only requirement
- Parents can navigate to the course and place the learning experience on auto-pilot.
Basic Preschool Kindergarten Curriculum
Does your child need additional tutoring when it comes to math and preschool basics? The majority of this e-course is math for preschool and kindergarten using video worksheets. Building cognitive skills is also a major part of the course, as well as children's stories, ABCs, phonics, how we learn to read and interesting e-field trips. The instructor adds new lectures each month, until the course reaches 18 lectures. Easy, fun, memorable and effective learning experience for preschool and kindergarten age children.
Children learn at their own speed.
Answers are always provided to help build self-esteem and confidence. Repetition is the key to learning during early years. Enroll your child today. All lectures prepared by Early Childhood Education professional. U.S. Academic Standards
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- Beginning Preschoolers
- Aggressive Learners in Preschool
- Beginning Kindergarten
This math video worksheet has three parts and helps to build cognitive skills when children are asked to count the number of elephants they see in the picture. The lecture becomes increasingly difficult to ensure progressive learning. Part III of the video worksheet teaches children to count to twenty. Children who already know how to count to twenty are asked to look at the pictures, which are colorful and interesting.
Parents may want to share with children the following three facts:
- Elephants can swim
- Elephants can live to be over 70 years old
- Elephants are the largest land animals in the world
In this video worksheet, children count to ten. Children are then introduced to the concept of adding by counting the balloons. The reading readiness component is included. Numbers are written out so children can begin to identify how a number looks when written.
This lecture has distractions on purpose. Children are asked to add the cartoon images on the left side of the screen to come up with the correct answer. On the right side of the screen, a real life image of the animal, pops up. Most children will have difficulty completing the task. Have the child repeat the video lesson until they can concentrate and follow the directions given.
In this lecture Teacher Sandy tells a story about a puppy named Fico. This is an unusual puppy who never stays in one place. He is always moving behind, over, under, beside, near, in front of, and between the dog houses. Children are introduced to "directional words" known as prepositions.
This is Part I of 2 videos to help children understand the value of paying attention. Children are asked to count the number of objects on the screen. The video worksheet will help children's vision coordination skills as well as improve listening skills.
A Game of Where Are You? The instructor in the video tries to guess where the student is. Of course the child is on the computer, but until the instructor comes to this realization, she introduces images and words like, city, beach, mountains, forest, desert and many other places the child might be, including being on a bus, in a car, on a boat, etc. A game where word recognition and increased awareness is the end goal.