In our Pre-K classrooms, we do a variety of activities to introduce math. Today we practiced patterns, classifying, and sorting activities.
Patterns are arrangements of things that repeat in a logical way. Those arrangements of colors, shapes, gestures, sounds, images, and numbers are crucial concepts for young kids and contribute heavily to their early math understanding.
Classifying and sorting activities help children develop a range of thinking skills and build the foundations for later problem-solving.
We are pleased to present our referral program in which both you and the families you refer will both be rewarded!
When you refer a friend or family member to us, you will earn $100 off of your tuition and will also pass along the savings to your friends and family!
We appreciate your support of our programs.
Your positive comments are our best form of advertising.
*The offer is for new families only. No cash value and credit applied to tuition only. $100 will be credited once tour referral’s 3rd month in a program begins. By arrangement schedules excluded from this offer.
Here are some helpful tips for you and your child to plan ahead so that you can be confident on each school day!
#1: Pick out your clothes the night before.
It’s always a good idea to pick out an outfit in advance so that you do not have to rush and pick it out in the morning.
#2: Get your backpack and any supplies you need for school ready.
Once you have all the items needed checked off your list, place them by the door so you can grab them on your way out the door without forgetting anything!
#3: Pack your lunch or purchase your hot lunch in advance
If you pack your lunch, always pack it the night before so you can place them in your lunchbox quickly in the morning.
If you purchase lunch through Action Day’s hot lunch program, buy in advance so that you never forget.
*We allow you to purchase for the month in advance, so you do not have to think twice about lunch!
#4: Set your alarm clock!
Before going to bed, always double-check that your alarm is set so that you are on time, especially on the first day!
#5: Get a good night’s rest!
Setting a sleep schedule for your child is essential for success since it will help prevent fatigue during the day. Getting the amount of sleep needed for your child’s age can help students perform their best!
We kicked off our first day of our Academic Summer Intensive Program this week!
This science class learned about the layers of the Earth and created models from clay.
We have created our Academic Summer Intensive program to assist and prepare students in specific subjects to ensure they have met the grade-level standards to be successful going into the new school year this fall. These 3-week courses are divided by grade level and subject and will be taught by our award-winning Elementary and Middle School Teachers at our West Valley Middle School located at 801 Hibiscus Lane in San Jose.
To learn more about the program please visit our Academic Summer Intensive page.