Ages 4 years - 5 years
Our Pre-K program focuses on improving cognitive skills and setting up students for Kindergarten success.
Preston Kiddie Kollege Pre-K students are constantly asked to recall information from past days, recognize letters/sounds, and many more activities that strengthen each student's mental growth. Our teachers encourage students to start doing daily tasks on their own and taking initiative during classroom activities.
About Your Child's Development
Be confident that your child's early development years set them up for success.
To develop language skills at this age, our teachers:
Begin connecting the exposure students have received of what each letter sounds like to what each letter looks like to help them begin to sound out words phonetically, then begin to decipher meaning from each words
Practice reading and writing common sight words, beginning blends, word families, and simple sentences
Always use correct grammar in every day conversation with students
About Your Child's Environment
Find solace in knowing that your child is safe, well-nurtured, and loved at school.
Our Pre-K room teachers are fully trained in:
CPR and First Aid for children
Safe sleep practices for children
Safest practices during mealtimes with children
Procedures for lifting children
Procedures for preventing & handling accidents, injuries, and emergencies
Safest supervision practice
Early childhood development and milestones for Pre-K children
Full Pre-K curriculum for children to promote language skills, cognitive development, social & emotional learning, creativity, math & science learning, and history & social studies learning
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Pre-K Program FAQs
Is there homework for Pre-K?
No formal homework is assigned in our Pre-K program, however, parents are informed on a monthly basis as to what skills and subjects can be practiced at home to be synchronous with learning at school.
What is the teacher-student ratio in Pre-K?
The maximum number of students with one teacher in our Pre-K program is fifteen students.
Does the Pre-K class go on field-trips?
Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, our Pre-K program took one field trip each month to local destinations. As soon as it is completely safe to do so again, we plan to resume our Pre-K program monthly field trips.
Does my child have to take a nap each day?
Nap time is a state-mandated part of our daily schedule. However, we understand that children at this age often have a difficult time falling asleep if they nap during the day, or nap too long during the day. If you indicate you are alright with your child quietly coloring and reading during nap time, we are able to allow them to do that instead of napping during nap time.
Will there be formal evaluations so that I can know my child's learning progress?
Our Pre-Kindergarten teachers are trained to continuously monitor student progress, and report any concerns to PKK parents throughout the school year. We also formally evaluate milestones on a bi-annual basis and report results to our Pre-K parents in that manner, as well.
Is there an after school program for my child to continue at PKK once they enter kindergarten? Which schools are currently included in the after-school bus pickup?
A few months before your student enters Kindergarten, you will receive a survey to complete to indicate your interest for the PKK after-school program and which elementary school your child will be attending. Each summer, we evaluate interest for our after-school program and create a bus schedule with Frisco ISD elementary schools near PKK, and notify parents the exact schools that will be included for that upcoming school year.