We use Teaching Strategies GOLD to create lesson plans, child portfolios and assessment.
• View your child’s electronic portfolio that includes photos, scanned artwork, and other
electronic samples of his/her interactions at school.
• Complete a developmental survey to assess your child’s progress and view reports on your
child’s development. This survey also helps us to get a complete picture of your child’s skills
and abilities, so that we can better support his/her learning here in the classroom.
• Get personalized activity recommendations for your child that are based on our
assessments of your child’s development. These fun and engaging activities are directly
related to our curriculum, so you can support your child’s learning at home.
• Learn more about child development, our curriculum, early childhood education, and
parenting through an extensive resource center including articles and websites.
|My Math is written to meet the Common Core State Standards. Customized for the way teachers teach, personalized
for the way students learn, and individualized to maximize student success.
Written to meet the CCSS, My Math provides a colorful and intuitive lesson format that is engaging and kid-friendly,
making math fun and memorable.
|StoryTown is a place where everyone loves to read. StoryTown's foundation is cemented through systematic, explicit
instruction in the key elements of reading: phonemic awareness, phonics, vocabulary, fluency, and text comprehension.
It's built around a wonderful variety of nonfiction and fiction-including news articles, biographies, research, narratives,
poems, plays, and fantasy. A core reading program and a guided reading program with Leveled Reader System
|Our Science provides standards-based content develops inquiry skills mastery through scaffolded inquiry. Integrates
powerful reading, writing, and math support. It makes all students feel like the king of the jungle!
|McGraw Hill Time Links aligns with the Common Core State Standards. Time Links teaches the foundational skills
they need for long-lasting social studies success. Students will study units each with its own BIG IDEA and core
|lessons that correlate with the IL Kindergarten Learning Standards. Units covered are: We Have Families,
Where We Live, People Long Ago, Why We Work and Getting Along Together.
|Our Kindergarten Program is for children Age 5 by
September 1st. We follow a 20:1 Teacher Child ratio.
Kindergarten teachers use the Illinois Early Learning
Standards to develop creative lesson plans that give students
learning experiences in Math, Science, Art, Computers, Foreign
Language, Literature, Music, Physical Education and more.