Academics

Infant: 6 Weeks - 2 Years Old


The Kidsville USA Infant / Toddler program introduces the students to the basic skills, such as cognitive, language, motor, and social. Using and interactive approach to phonics, students begin to learn to blends sounds/symbol. The use of learning centers, manipulative, and hands-on activities provides the students with a strong foundation for the begging of the Most important period in thier life. All children are unique and the Kidsville USA Curriculum encourages individuality. Students are encouraged to work and learn at their own pace. It is imperative to understand that all children may not be at the same level as their peers.

2 Year Old


The Kidsville USA sole purpose of the 2 year old curriculum is to enhance the developmental skills and training of your growing child. In realizing this, we encourage and work with children on gross motor skills, oral language development, physical development, socialization, music and toilet training. Through these lessons your child begins to learn skills such as, share ideas and feelings, recognize colors, shapes, and numbers, as well as expressing wants and needs. Motor and Social Skills are a huge part in this stage of development. Your Child begins to use building blocks, work simple puzzles, and the ability to share with others.

3 Year Old


The most important aspect of a childís educational growth is the foundation. We at Kidsville, U.S.A. strive to build a solid foundation in our Pre-School curriculum. With our emphasis on educational excellence, we ensure that each child will grow academically. With our social activities we ensure that the children have the opportunity to grow socially and emotionally. We teach the importance of sharing and the basic understanding of fairness to one another.

Pre-Kindergarten


The Kidsville USA Pre-Kindergarten program introduces the students to the basic skills. Such as reading, writing, math, social studies and science. Using and interactive approach to phonics, students begin to learn to blends sounds/symbol relationships to form words and sentences. The use of learning centers, manipulative, and hands-on activities provides the students with a strong foundation. All children are unique and the Kidsville USA Curriculum encourages individuality. Students are encouraged to work and learn at their own pace. It is imperative to understand that all children may not be at the same level as their peers.

Kindergarten


During the Kindergarten, children begin to think more abstractly and begin to process information without the need of concrete materials. Therefore, materials are carefully selected to support comprehension and the development skills rather than just mechanical learning. New concepts are discussed in small groups and are applied in relevant activities. Since children of more than one group share subject areas, the purpose, placement and maintenance of materials are always discussed. Care of the classroom environment as well as care and concern for one another is stressed at all times. In addition to academic growth, we continue to value the emotional growth of each child. We incorporate a variety of activities and discussion that addresses issues such as solving problems, expressing feelings, making compromises and working cooperatively; this aspect of our program is evident throughout our school day.

1st - 3rd Grade / School Age


During the School Age, children begin to think more abstractly and begin to process information without the need of concrete materials. Therefore, materials are carefully selected to support comprehension and the development skills rather than just mechanical learning. New concepts are discussed in small groups and are applied in relevant activities. Since children of more than one group share subject areas, the purpose, placement and maintenance of materials are always discussed. Care of the classroom environment as well as care and concern for one another is stressed at all times. In addition to academic growth, we continue to value the emotional growth of each child. We incorporate a variety of activities and discussion that addresses issues such as solving problems, expressing feelings, making compromises and working cooperatively; this aspect of our program is evident throughout our school day.