We are offering online tutoring services for children Pre-K through 6th grade.
We specialize in teaching young children readiness skills.
Readiness skills means each child enters school ready to engage in and benefit from early learning experiences that best promote the child’s success.
Families, early care and education providers, school staff and community partners must work together to provide environments and developmental experiences that promote growth and learning to ensure that all children enter school eager and excited to learn. In developing the above recommendation, We teach the five developmental areas for school readiness which are:
- Approaches to learning;
- Health and physical well-being;
- Language and communication development;
- Social and emotional development; and
- Cognitive and general knowledge.
In addition to the definition of school readiness, we help develop the above developmental areas. Also, a readiness indicator provides teachers, child care providers and parents a tool to better inform them on the specific strengths and needs of each individual child. These indicators represent the hopes and aspirations for incoming students, not the expectations. Children develop at different rates, not every child will have mastered all of the skills and behaviors at the beginning of a primary program.
Health and Physical Well-Being
- Eats a balanced diet
- Gets plenty of rest
- Receives regular medical and dental care
- Has had all necessary immunizations
- Can run, jump, climb, and does other activities that help develop large muscles and provide exercise
- Uses pencils, crayons, scissors, and paints and does other activities that help develop small muscles
Emotional and Social Preparation
- Follows simple rules and routines
- Is able to express his or her own needs and wants
- Is curious and motivated to learn
- Is learning to explore and try new things
- Has opportunities to be with other children and is learning to play/share with others
- Is able to be away from parents/family without being upset
- Is able to work well alone
- Has the ability to focus and listen
Language, Math and General Knowledge
- Uses 5-6 word sentences
- Sings simple songs
- Recognizes and says simple rhymes
- Is learning to write her name and address
- Is learning to count and plays counting games
- Is learning to identify and name shapes and colors
- Has opportunities to listen to and make music and to dance
- Knows the difference between print and pictures
- Listens to stories read to them
- Has opportunities to notice similarities and differences
- Is encouraged to ask questions
- Has his television viewing monitored by an adult
- Understands simple concepts of time (night and day, today, yesterday, tomorrow)
- Is learning to sort and classify objects
Parents if you would like more information, please send us an email to : royandshana@ gmail.com, with any questions you may have. We look forward to talking with you.
Roy & Shana
Roy and Shana Teach Online Tutoring