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Young Learners Core Values
The foundation for the Young Learners (YLs) program is simple. English everyday. Children need to be exposed to the English language everyday in order to develop the proper inntonations needed to listen to, and speak English.
What Do Kids Learn in YLs?
Between 2-7 years old your child is learning and growing at a tremendous pace, when enrolled in the right YLs program, learning is further enhanced. For our kids, YLs provides their first outside socialization in English. Your child’s brain is going to be churning as they soak up all of their new friendships and experiences. So what exactly is the YLs curriculum focused on?
9 Fundamental Things Your Child Will Learn In YLs
Sure there is an abundance of art, music, story time, and even dancing during classes, but all of these activities are carefully calculated to benefit your child’s fundamental development. So while it may look like fun and games, a quality YLs curriculum is also full of learning. The following 8 core learning concepts should be tightly interlocked with your child’s YLs education.
1. Letters & Sounds In Preschool
Before starting English learning your child may only have been able to draw or write in squiggles, but as the months go by you will notice their writing starting to shape up. In YLs, it all begins with children learning how to write their own names. Before one can read a book or write a full paper, children must first learn how to spell, identify, and write out their name. As their time in YLs continues, your child may also learn how to write short but common words, such as Mom, Dad, or Dog. To assist with being able to write and spell, the teacher will mimic short common words that childern should learn.
2. YLs Reading Curriculum
In YLs children are going to be surrounded by books, after all reading is incredibly important. Children that can read early on are going to get along better in school. This is why YLs curriculum includes a lot of story time.
3. Identifying Colors, Objects, & Shapes
At YLs your child will learn different colors, shapes, and body parts. They will also learn the difference between, small, smaller, and smallest; big, bigger, biggest, etc. Asking them things such as, what shape is that sign? Is it red or purple? Questions like these cause your child to apply the knowledge they are accumulating into the real life world around them.
4. YLs Know Their Numbers
Math and numbers—already!? While YLs are far from having to worry about multiplication tables and fractions, they will be obtaining the basic number knowledge necessary to move forward. In YLs it’s all about learning to identify, write and understand numbers. Children will also be learning how to count and total a group of objects. Addition and subtraction from 1-10 is introuduced.
5. Fine Motor Skills In YLs
How well your child can cut a straight line with a pair of scissors, or write their own name, has a lot to do with their fine motor skills. Many of the activities YLs participate in work fine motor skills, tuning them up for more complicated tasks in the future. The many art projects YLs embark on help creativity to flourish while also helping fine motor skills as your child cuts with scissors or glues accessories onto cardboard paper.
6. Science Skills In YLs
YLs children are encouraged to get fascinated about the world around them and how it works. In other words, science at its most basic level is introduced. Children may plant plants or investigate other interesting themes in science.
7. YLs Gain Social Skills For Life
Socializing in English is critical in developing the English language. This is where children learn to use the language on a daily bases.
8. Personal Control In YLS
Personal control is also important; otherwise a room full of YLs can quickly get out of hand. Children must learn how to follow the rules and go with a certain routine. They will learn to go from one activity to another, keeping up with a normal activity level. YLs also focuses on teaching your child how to seek help when they run into a problem.
9. Cultural Integration
English cannot be learned properly without knowing its cultural background. Our teachers bring understanding to words and their meanings. The more the child understands the nuances of the language the better he or she will be able to use the language correctly
All 9 of these fundamental curriculum points grow and build off of one another, providing your child with a world of new knowledge and life skills.
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