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Early Eye Level
An early start in counting and phonics skills is an invaluable asset.
Combine two of our programs in either math, reading or handwriting to give your Pre-K student the head start he/she deserves.
Eye Level’s early learning program provides children with the head start they need to excel in the classroom, with a focus on Math, Reading and Writing. Early Eye Level is our most popular kindergarten preparatory program. For one hour (thirty minutes per subject) everyday, students between the ages of 3 1/2 and 5 are actively engaged in the Early Learners Eye Level Math and English programs that are academically and developmentally appropriate.
Because of the shorter amount of time spent on each subject, this program is great for younger students who are still developing their focusing and classroom skills. Activities and booklets are fast paced, and students are able to feel as though they are making quick progress.
Why Early Eye Level?
We have found that many parents, while happy with their Pre-K or Kindergarten experience are in search of something a little more academic. Early Learners Eye Level offers supplemental educational Math and English programs which are excellent alternatives or supplements to play-oriented Pre-K programs.
Additionally, many parents of our Early Eye Level students are finding that the academics that their children do focus on in school often do not include early concepts of math and understanding numbers. We feel that this is the most crucial component of our math program.
Children that enter our math program at an early age, either in Pre-K or Kindergarten, have a rock-solid understanding of numbers, what they are and how they function. Because of this, our students do not need to count on their fingers or require additional manipulatives to complete mental math problems
Children entering our Early Learners Eye Level English (Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking) program while they are developing fine motor skills will gain a solid understanding of letters with their respective sounds. In addition to building writing skills, students gain confidence allowing for advancement into more complicated phonics and sounds; preparing them for elementary-level reading.
These same students often will use the 2nd subject in the Early Eye Level program to help them excel in other areas. For instance, students that have a solid understanding of letters and sounds but who are still developing fine motor skills may use the program to build these writing skills and write neatly.
Alternatively, students may use the 2nd subject to push ahead into more complicated phonics and sounds to prepare for elementary-level reading.