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© Copyright 2018

 All Seasons Children's Learning Center

Tel: (626) 294-0216

Address

2612 S. Baldwin Ave.,
 Arcadia, CA 91007

Our Curricula

The academic programs, which start in September and end in June, include group activities that promote cognitive development and instruction on the core subjects of language arts and math concepts.  
 
Throughout the year, additional topics are covered, including science, art, music, health, and social studies.  Teachers lead separate classrooms divided by age group, and provide individualized adjustments based on the attainment of developmental goals and academic objectives.
 

Ages:

2 1/2 to 3 Years

Language Arts
  • Develop alphabetic and phonemic awareness

  • Know 50 sight words

  • Practice sensory-motor skills through cutting, coloring and printing

Mathematical Concepts
  • Engage in exploratory activities, such as counting, comparing, sorting, and classifying

Junior

Pre-Kindergarten

Language Arts
  • Develop reading, writing and language skills

  • Know 100 sight words

  • Spanish/conversational

Mathematical Concepts
  • Understand small numbers (up to 30), quantities, ordinal positions and geometric shapes

Writing
  • Practice tracing, writing and letter formation

Senior

Pre-Kindergarten

Language Arts
  • Integrate all components necessary for literacy proficiency, and control of alphabet and letter/sound correspondence

  • Identify initial, medial vowel, and final sounds in consonant-vowel-consonant words

  • Blend two or three phonemes into recognizable words

  • Know 200 sight words; be able to read emergent-reader texts with understanding

  • Spanish/conversational

Mathematical Concepts
Mathematical Concepts
  • Represent a given number of objects with a written numeral

  • Learn to add and subtract within 10

Writing
  • Write lowercase and uppercase letters, and numbers 0 to 100

  • Grammar

Kindergarten

Language Arts
  • Learn to read and write independently

  • Able to decode and recognize increasingly complex words

  • Expand vocabulary through independent and collaborative reading

  • Know 300 sight words

  • Grammar

  • Spanish/conversational

Mathematical Concepts
  • Represent a given number of objects with a written numeral

  • Learn to add and subtract within 10

Writing
  • Understand three different types of writing -- opinion, explanatory and storytelling

  • Grammar

  • Spanish/written

Additional Curricula

 
Science

Science is the study of the world around us. Scientists learn about a subject by observing, describing and experimenting. There are many subjects and branches of science. Some study outer space like astronomy. Other sciences explore life (biology), the earth (geology), and even matter and energy (physics).

Art

Exposing kids to art early on not only gives them an appreciation for art, but encourages exploration, self expression, logical thinking, builds self-esteem, imagination and creativity. Early art experiences also teach kids to think openly, create new meaning, and be more tolerant of others.

Music

Music ignites the imagination, stimulating all areas of child development. Introducing music at an early age helps stimulate intellectual, social, emotional, motor, language, and overall literacy skills. Speech and music have a number of shared processing systems. Musical experiences help the perception of language and learning to read and process sounds.

 
Health

It's never too early to learn the benefits of maintaining a healthy mind and body!

Social Studies

Exploring their own neighborhoods and beyond! By engaging the kids in projects, games and exercises, they learn more about their community and the world around them.

Languages

Learning multiple languages offers proven benefits for intelligence, memory and concentration, and the best time to learn is when the child is young! Because languages are complex, speaking or learning a foreign language assists in improving other core subjects as well as improving native language skills.

We have partnered with specialized instructors to offer an assortment of enrichment activities.  For a modest fee, these optional classes introduce children to new concepts and skills that enhance their creativity and physical dexterity.

 

All activities take place after the day's academic program.