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Welcome to APIan's
Kindergarten Program!


At Apian, we understand the importance of a strong foundation in early education. Our dedicated team of expert tutors is here to provide a nurturing and enriching learning environment for your kindergarten child. With our personalized approach and comprehensive curriculum, we are committed to helping your child thrive academically and develop essential skills for lifelong success.



What Your Child Will Learn 


Various language and literacy skills that are typically expected for developing reading, writing, and communication abilities. Here's a breakdown: Knowledge of the alphabet and letter sounds: At this stage, students should have a solid understanding of the alphabet and the sounds associated with each letter. This knowledge forms the foundation for phonics and reading development. Mastery of grade-level sight words: Sight words are high-frequency words that students should recognize instantly without needing to sound them out. Mastering sight words enhances reading fluency and comprehension. Understanding blended sounds: Students begin to grasp the concept of blended sounds, which involve combining two or more letter sounds to form new sounds. This skill helps them decode and read more complex words. Retaining and retelling information: Students should be able to comprehend what they read and summarize or retell the main points to others. This demonstrates reading comprehension and the ability to convey information accurately. Matching terms to pictures: This skill involves connecting vocabulary words or terms with their corresponding visual representations. It helps reinforce understanding and can be beneficial for building vocabulary and language skills. Writing simple sentences and sharing experiences: Students should be able to write basic sentences to express their thoughts, ideas, and experiences. This allows them to communicate their own narratives and engage in written expression. Writing about events and explaining the basics: Students should have the ability to write about events and convey the essential details to others. This involves organizing their thoughts, using appropriate language, and effectively communicating the key elements of an event or story. Understanding the basic parts of a book and story: Students should be familiar with the different components of a book, such as the cover, title, author, and illustrations. They should also understand story elements like characters, setting, plot, and the beginning, middle, and end of a story. Participating in conversations and following directions: Students should be able to engage in conversations with their peers, actively listen, and contribute appropriately. They should also be able to understand and follow simple directions given by teachers or others. These skills represent important milestones in language and literacy development, and they support overall communication and comprehension abilities.


In kindergarten, students learn various foundational skills across different subject areas, including math. Here's an overview of what students at Apian typically learn in kindergarten math. Counting:  Our math curriculum focuses on developing number sense. Students learn to count objects, write number names, and recognize written numerals. They also learn to compare different sets of objects, understand the concepts of cardinal and ordinal numbers, and compare values. Operations: At this stage, we introduce the early concepts of addition and subtraction to the students. The focus is on the understanding that addition combines objects and subtraction takes objects away from a group. Students are not yet required to write sums or equations. Instead, they focus on composing and decomposing values. Place value at the ones and tens places is also introduced. Measurement: Students learn to compare and classify objects based on their size, color, and other attributes. They develop the ability to group objects and understand the concept of position, including describing the location of items. The concept of units of measure, such as mass or length, is also introduced. Geometry: Kindergarteners explore two-dimensional and three-dimensional objects and learn to compare them. They become familiar with different shapes and are encouraged to use appropriate language to classify and identify shapes or objects. Although this unit may be relatively short, it plays a crucial role in developing spatial awareness and geometric understanding. These math concepts often use hands-on manipulatives to make learning engaging and interactive for young learners. Manipulatives provide concrete objects or materials for students to count, sort, and understand mathematical concepts more effectively.

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