Navigators™ (Kindergarten)

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Navigating through the world takes on new complexities in kindergarten. Children at this age are even more eager to investigate, ponder, and comprehend everything, even as their world is expanding in every direction. Our private kindergarten program is aligned with national and state standards, providing a solid foundation for your child's future education, no matter where life's journey takes them. Your child will find Children's Learning Adventure™ as inspiring as a jungle safari, yet as safe as being at home.


Click below to discover what our Navigators™ Kindergarten program includes:

Children's Learning Adventure™ utilizes a reading and language program which includes reading, writing, listening and speaking, viewing and presenting. The goal of the program is to help all students communicate effectively both orally and in writing. This language arts program provides instruction in reading and helps build the skills needed to be an independent reader. The program also consists of writing instruction, which includes teaching the writing process, writing elements, and writing applications. This program practices these principles:

  • Phonemic Awareness
  • Phonics
  • Reading Aloud
  • Comprehension
  • Vocabulary
  • Fluency
  • Assessment
  • Writing
  • Listening and Speaking

Children's Learning Adventure™ utilizes a hands-on, researched based curriculum. Throughout the program students apply concepts and skills to solve problems and learn to communicate and reason mathematically.

In our Kindergarten Social Studies program, students learn about themselves, their school and their community. Some examples of the units are:

  • About Me - This unit focuses on what makes each child unique. Students learn about the similarities between people. They also learn about personal responsibility and ways in which people change over time.
  • About School - This unit examines practices that promote health and safety for students. They learn about how to demonstrate responsibility.

The Children's Learning Adventure™ science program provides our students the opportunity to think and act like scientists. Students acquire science knowledge, practice science process skills, and apply science concepts through reading, observing and conducting investigations.

  • Myself and Others - Children will look at themselves and their classmates and gather information about characteristics such as height, eye color, hand size, etc. As they explore similarities and differences, they will use a variety of science thinking and process skills.
  • Living Things - Children observe, explore and discover plants and animals in the environment. They compare living things, identifying likenesses and differences. They explore the needs of plants and animals.

Where Learning Is The Greatest Adventure Of All!