Four is a fantastic age: a time to wonder and ask, a time to test and try, a time to grow in every way possible! We have had the privilege of meeting so many fantastic four-year-olds this year through our Kindergarten admissions process. Serendipity School’s 2018-2019 Kindergarten class is sure to be a wonderful group of dynamic individuals, curious learners, and caring friends.
We are proud to announce that Serendipity Elementary School will add a new opportunity for four-year-olds this fall: Transitional Kindergarten! Serendipity’s TK program will allow children who may be ineligible for most Kindergarten programs due to age and those who could benefit from the gift of more time to experience increased preparedness and a smooth transition into Serendipity School’s Kindergarten and Elementary School program. Serendipity TK students will enjoy curricular continuity, gain a head start on literacy and math skill development, and receive more time to develop gross/fine motor, executive function, and social emotional skills—ensuring greater success in Kindergarten and beyond.
We are still considering Transitional Kindergarten applicants and welcome interested families to explore our program.
Transitional Kindergarten Curriculum
Language Arts and Mathematics:
Learning without Tears Get Set for School (Handwriting, Reading and Writing, Letters and Numbers, Language and Literacy/Phonics, Numbers and Math)
The Math Learning Center Bridges (supplies and manipulative)
Reading: Early readers, decodable readers, leveled readers, independent readers, literature selections, trade books, informal reading inventories for assessment
Reading and Writing
Science and Discovery
History and Social Science
Construction, Art, Dramatic Play
Library and Literacy