Students who test “not ready to learn to read” will enjoy and benefit from this program as they learn to identify letters of the alphabet and to recognize numbers. Animal pictures, activities, and full-color pictures introduce social skills, the wonders of God’s world, and the reality of God’s love. Visualized instructions allow students to take the initiative in the learning process and to become independent learners. Since this program incorporates specific activities to develop sequencing and phonetic skills, promotes auditory processing, and improves eye-hand coordination and visual perception, many students are easily reading lower-level books. While the program is specifically designed for 5- year-olds, it is easily adapted to 3- and 4-year-olds.
The Kindergarten with Ace and Christi program includes:
A teacher’s four-volume daily self-instructional manual, covering 36 weeks and utilizing all developmental skills—total of 2,500 pages.
Coordination Development Tests and Activities to evaluate physical coordination skills.
Large Animal Sound Display Cards to correlate stories to letter sounds.
Letter songs (36) CD to reinforce phonetic sounds and encourage motor coordination.
Number Train Cards to emphasize number recognition.
Twelve PACEs in each of the five subjects (math, English, Word Building, science, and social studies) to provide practice in all developmental skills necessary for learning to read—total of 1,830 pages.
A Progress Report for objectively reporting your child’s progress.