I’m Ready to Learn is a Preschool program perfect for students between the ages of 3-5! You will enjoy making memories with your young learner in this open-and-go, learning-by-discovery program! This 36-week program is split into four different units that will introduce your young learner to early education skills, math & numbers, letter recognition, art, exploration, and loose parts learning. Older preschool learners can also enjoy this program while utilizing the optional resources that are scheduled inside our guide!
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I’m Ready to Learn
What’s in the I’m Ready to Learn Guide?
Your preschool guide can be thought of as your “assistant teacher” this year. It does all the work for you, and you get to enjoy learning along with your student. It is designed to be easy to follow, with each week’s assignments laid out on just one page! The introduction to the guide offers you oodles of teaching helps that may feel like Charlotte Mason just “friended” you — like advice she’d give you on how to grade student work!
A 36-week schedule that’s simple and gets you on your way to an easily-paced day for your youngest learners. This comprehensive guide book includes alphabet and reading activities, such as making word puzzles or creating alphabet crowns. Math activities are also included that get young learners counting, adding, and subtracting. Art activities support this guide’s four themes, and build letter, shape, and color recognition while developing motor skills.
Activities in the guide are extremely easy to do with little to no prep, and simple or no supplies. The guide schedules all these resources and you’ll find the activities will blend in easily between the other learners in your household. Includes library book suggestions that will accent weekly study topics.
A 36-week, 4-day schedule is laid out clearly in a grid-style on just one page
Introductory material helps you mentor and “learn together” with your student
Supply lists and other helps make planning quick and painless
Narration ideas in the front of the guide help you prompt your student through the year
Weekly schedule page reduces your paperwork and is easy to follow, with clear notes
- “Teaching Time Strategies” each week make it easy to bring in other experiences for your student
Focus on activities that are “Open & Go!”
Library suggestions are included to allow you to add your own family’s take on each weekly topic
Websites are offered weekly to take your student to farms, zoos, and more!
What is in the I'm Ready to Learn Student Pages?
The Student Pages are filled with activity pages that range from coloring, cut and paste and so much more! All the activities found in these Student Pages are all open-and-go so you won't need to do any prep! Keep reading to learn about the topics and skills that are covered in these pages!
Logic & Thinking Skills or Readiness Skills
- Tactile Awareness
- Guessing & Conclusions
- Print Concepts and Writing Left to Right
- Same & Different, Comparisons
- Telephone Skills
- Fine Motor Skills
- Distinguishing Syllables
- Letter Sounds – A to Z (You can pair this with just our Phonics Cards (LA-201) or the whole Pre-K/K Letters to Little Words LA program for even more phonics instruction)
- Distinguishing First-Letter Sounds in Words
- Sound Discrimination
- Blending Sounds
- Separating Sounds
- Sound Manipulation
- Beginning Handwriting
- Recognizing Typed Letters
- Word Building
- Beginning Sight Words – am, can, see, and, are, a, at, is, go, like, here, my, you, the, dad, mom, I, to, me, we, look, love, was, said
- High Frequency Words
- Recognizing Word Meaning
- Counting 1-3, 1-5, 1-10, 1-13, 1-19
- Number Names
- Number Recognition, Increasing in Speed
- Writing Numerals
- Pattern Recognition
- Time & Clocks
- Liquid Volume
- Measuring, in Inches, Feet, and Yards
- Judging Distance
- Shapes: Circle, Square, Triangle, Rectangle, Oval
- Arranging in Order
- Money & Cost – Pennies, and Later, Nickels
- Beginning Addition
- Beginning Subtraction
- Number Manipulation
- Story Problems
Do-dads and ticklers and all kinds of manipulatives will get your preschooler working to sort by commonalities, distinguish initial sounds, find certain colors and other attributes, add and subtract with manipulatives, form letters, increase his letter recognition skills, and much more! Included are pages with numbers, capital and lowercase letters, animals, money and so many other items to use while learning with your student! Some families have found that making magnets out of these letters and pictures makes for great learning and playing! You can stick them on your fridge or a cookie sheet to encourage your young learner to start recognizing their letters and sounds!
In addition to the pages with pictures for you and your student to cut out and arrange, included in this pack is a number of physical items for your young learner to use! Things like finger puppets, foam dice, clothes pins and more can be found in this pack! Activities using these items are found in the I'm Ready to Learn Guide!
This resource is an empty bound journal for your student to draw, color, paste pictures, and so much more in while they learn their letters, numbers, and more! While the inside is blank, this resource contains a thick, colorful cover to keep your students pages safe! The I'm Ready to Learn Guide includes letters to paste in this book and fun art ideas to help students create a one-of-a-kind letter book!
Explore the world and your surroundings and learn about how they are related to God! In this resource you will find meaningful conversational prompts for you and your young leaner to explore who God is and how he impacts our world! In addition to conversational prompts you will find pages for your student to draw or color on, questions to ask your student, and more!
Some topics covered in I'm Ready to Learn Conversations About God:
- God Has Amazing Ideas
- God is Three in One
- God Made You Just the Way You Are
- God Created Farms to Provide Food
- God Made Today for You to Learn About Him
- God Protects us From Evil
- God Never Changes
- And so much more!!
The “Journeys of Imagination” guide coordinates a reading journey for your little one. Stories are arranged around weekly themes; these themes coordinate well with the themes presented in I'm Ready to Learn. Therefore, “Journeys of Imagination is an excellent companion study to I'm Ready to Learn, providing the reading not included in the skills-based I'm Ready to Learn preschool program.
You’ll love the clear weekly schedules and helps in this guide. The guide features several questions for narration on each story to get kids talking about what they read and begin a lifelong habit of narration. It also includes a bonus “Imagination Question,” that asks kids to go beyond the story and imagine their own unique answers. Rather than being about the story, this question encourages kids to think beyond it. They might have to imagine themselves in the story, imagine an alternate ending or setting, imagine what they’d do in that situation, what they’d say or enjoy, or even imagine different characters or another story to follow. These questions really bring children “inside” the story and encourage their imaginations to soar!
Some Books Scheduled Are:
- Your Favorite Seuss
- Little Bear
- Richard Scarry’s Favorite Storybook Ever
- Best Word Book Ever
- Raggedy Ann & Andy Treasury
- Monster at the End of This Book
- Amelia Bedelia
- And More!!
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