“Life Long Learning.”
During the early stages of a child’s life, we prepare the child for a lifetime of learning. We work hard to provide an environment in which the child develops a love of learning, curiosity, and a healthy mind and body.
Hands-on, project-based investigations from The Creative Curriculum® guides our preschoolers, nursery to pre-kindergarten 2 students, in building their confidence, creativity and critical thinking skills, and promotes positive outcomes.
Kindergarten teachers encourage children to think critically, problem solve, and connect ideas using in-depth investigations of science and social studies topics that integrate literacy and mathematics concepts in our common core curriculum.
Finally, scheduled time in the KPIS Kindergarten Learning Centers compliment our program by helping nourish and foster the perfect learning environment. Children explore the centers, build self-esteem, and curiosity. The centers’ uniqueness stems from our integration of Montessori practices with the Creative Curriculum® framework which applies Howard Gardner’s Theory of Multiple Intelligences. The centers provide opportunities for each child to pursue their own talents independently and demonstrate areas of strength. By the time students complete kindergarten, they are able to understand, speak and read English, and are ready for Elementary School.
Kindergarten Daily Schedule
A typical weekly class schedule for nursery include time for integrated learning of the core subjects (math, science, language arts, and social studies), music and movement, time alloted for the library, the learning center, indoor and outdoor play,
A typical weekly class schedule for prekindergarten 1 and 2 includes thirty minute classes each of Math, Science, Language Arts, Social Studies, Music, PE, Thai, and Chinese, Art and the Learning Center.
A weekly class schedule for kindergarteners includes forty minute classes each of Math, Science, Language Arts, Social Studies, Music, PE, Thai, and Chinese, Art, IT and the Learning Center.