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One of the families we know in the area asked me some details about my children's school. Their eldest child is about to start going to school soon. They are not sure if they would put their child to the pre-school program. I told them to check out the Kindergarten readiness programs by K12. Try a sample activity today. I am not sure if they would be able to do it though because they are both working but they have a nanny that could assist their kids on this stuff.
I am so glad that I am able to find something that I can do at home to earn extra income because it gave me an opportunity to be a hands-on Mom for my kids. I taught them both at home during their pre-school years and we all love the result. I just wish that I could have had an idea that there is an EmbarK12 Online - Over 830 interactive activities to engage your preschooler. I could have taught my children more things but I guess what me and my husband taught them was good enough because they are doing great in school. If you ever want to avail the EmbarK¹² Family of Preschool Programs by K¹² , you can use the promo code EmbarkEspecial to enjoy a 50% discount.
You can check out the EmbarK12 Comprehensive- Online and hands-on preschool program for your early learner. To find out more about their program, you can watch the video below.
this is very nice to know, pre-K is i believe one of the hardest part for kids as they have transition to do in their life.ReplyDelete
For me, enrolling your kid in a pre-school program helps a lot for your kid for readiness in kindergarten. I enrolled my daughter in pre school so she learns the idea what of school about and she won't have shock.ReplyDelete
I home schooled my kids and they were more than ready when they entered KIndergarten. They learned more here. The only big thing for Pre-K is for gets to get acquainted with other kids and you are right for them to get used to going school but my kids never had any problem.Delete
The only big thing for Pre-K is *kids instead of gets (typo)Delete
these days, we have so many learning resources online that makes teaching kids easier.ReplyDelete
early education is vital to the kid's mental growth as long as we don't overdo it. you did really well in home-schooling your kids during their pre-school years.ReplyDelete
Thanks sis, I am so glad I did it too, not only that they learned from me but moreso that I learned from them especially on working on my patience lolDelete
yeah right, kids nowadays are more better with the advent of technology, they learn fast and lots in the web. But for me i would still prefer the traditional way of getting them in school with face to face interaction with other kids.ReplyDelete
I am thinking for my 2 year old if at his age he is ready to face the crowd at the nursery school.
Just like you, I prefer the normal way of teaching over online. That's why I chose to teach my kids during pre-school years and so glad that I did.Delete
Education is very important four kids. It is better when they learned at a young age. It was the reason that I passed my driving because it is the only way when the little K can go to school when she was in Pre-K :-) This is an amazing program for the kids to learn :-)ReplyDelete
Great motivation sis Jes, I had my license way before they start school but never really enjoyed driving lol.Delete
I do agree. Pre-K is more of giving the kid the chance to learn how to interact with kids his/her age. Indeed, the early formative years of a child is the most important, and getting that from the best teacher called MOM is priceless.ReplyDelete
Definitely sis but my kids were very sociable, we did not hindered their social development because we let them explore their childhood around other kids. Sarap lang pakinggan when my kids tells me that they are glad and thankful that their first teacher is their Mom.Delete
This is very interesting, sis! I will definitely check this site out. Our 19 months old here is just as excited as the big sister when it comes to reading and books. This will be a great program for her.ReplyDelete
Oh yeah, you can definitely use this sis since you are home schooling your kids.Delete
Wow! You’re a great teaching mom. It’s nice to know that there are online education programs for younger kids. It will be easier for them to learn.ReplyDelete
Yes, these type of programs are great helping tools for younger kids.Delete
we can I guess use that here in the Philippines. Their parapharnalias are very helpful. LOL but I fully trust the school of Faith, because even Faith is very handful they could still manage her and I am so happy that she will be able to first grade this school year thank GODReplyDelete
That's one advantage of sending them to school too, they listened to teachers more because parents tend to be lax most of the times, not in my case though lolDelete
I don't have kids to send to school but I think mom is the best teacher for pre-K kids. If the mom don't work, I think it's more practical to homeschool her kids rather than send them to pre-K school. This is just my thought.ReplyDelete
Exactly Ate Lisa, that's one main reason why we did not send to pre-k program in school kasi I can do it naman as a stay at home mom. Mas madami talaga silang natutunan kesa sa school.Delete
Personally seeing through the education of your kids entails a lot of work and I am proud of you as a parent! ^_^ReplyDelete
It's nice they have these pala. :) I have to agree tho - having your kid attends to preschool is very helpful - kasi dun plang nasasanay na sila on how school is, etc.. and they get to learn ahead of time too.ReplyDelete
This is a great learning program for kids and something that Selby could sure use.ReplyDelete
Thanks a lot Marie. Yes, it is a lot of work especially if your kids are super active like mine lol.ReplyDelete
I am also very thankful that I am able to be a hands on mom, this is interesting, I wonder if we have similar programs like that here, I don't know if the K12 program that just launched is similar, perhaps right? :PReplyDelete
Will definitely check their site. This looks very interesting! :)ReplyDelete
You're one great Mom, Rose! You're one of the few blogging Mommies I so adore! You've done wonderfully with your Burittos. You inspired me so much. I hope to be a great Mommy like you when I become one someday :-)ReplyDelete
They have great programs. I wish we have the same here in the Philippines.ReplyDelete