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A PARENT`S GUIDE FOR YOUR CHILD´S KINDERGARDEN EXPERIENCE AT BELMONT AMERICAN SCHOOL

Do you want your child to . . . . . . . . ..

Get along with others?

Become a good reader?

Learn English?

Solve math problems?

Speak and write well

Be creative?

Make decision?

Develop physical skills?

Have good study habits?

Be self-confident and respectful?

Enjoy music?

Enjoy learning?...................Then :

The program at Belmont American School can help prepare your child for success in our school – and in life. New research on the brain and on learning shows how important the early years are in child´s learning and development. What happens in our preschool matters a lot. And what you do at home is even more important. That´s why we are centered in your child and our philosophy is: “Learn by playing , English in a natural form, Gross motor skills, Reading & writing is fun and a special emphasis on music.

The purpose of this booklet is to explain our curriculum and how we can work together – at home and at school to help your child acquire the skills, attitudes, and habits for excellence.

Parents ask, “What is my child actually learning in kinder?” “And what can I do at home to help?”

HOW YOUR KINDERGARTEN CHILD LEARNS

Your child is at a special stage. Children ages 3 to 6 are learning all the time – and they learn best by being active. Your child probably asks lots of questions: How does this work? What makes plants grow? How do worms move if they don´t have legs? What´s inside this old clock ? Preschoolers are very curious about their world.

At Belmont American School we could answer these questions, and sometimes we do. But because we want children to see themselves as inventors, problems solvers, discoverers, and capable learners, we help them develop their natural curiosity. We encourage them to observe, explore, take things apart, build, create, draw, and see what they can find out. The more active children are in their work, the more they learn and remember.

While kinder children are alike in many ways, no other child is exactly like your child. And no one know your child better than you do? You know how your child learns and reacts

to new situations, so you can help your child´s teachers. If you share with us what is happening to your child at home – the arrival of a new baby, the death of a pet, nightmares, temper tantrums, trips, separation, or divorce will help us understand your child better. We can support positive and

difficult events through reassuring stories, soothing art activities, imaginative dramatic play, and extra love and attention.

If your child has a health problem such as an allergy, diabetes, or asthma, please let us know what we can do to keep your child safe. We will do everything we can to help your child participate as fully as possible in all aspects of our program.

HELP WITH YOUR CHILD´S HEALTH.

While in attendance at Belmont American School your child´s education is our primary concern. The entire staff is dedicated to provide the very best learning environment for your child.

There is much you can do at home that will reflect in your child´s success or failure.

• The best days for kindergarten aged children are those that are preceded by a minimum of ten hours of uninterrupted sleep.

• The child´s best drink choice is water and plenty of it.

• It is well known that children who eat a “complete nutritious breakfast” are much better prepared for the school day than those who either skip the meal or simply reach for a snack.

• Meal planning at home should emphasize foods from plant sources and de-emphasize foods from animal sources. Foods “as grown” are preferred to those that are highly processed.

FOOD CHOICES

Best Choices

Fresh Foods

Vegetables

Fruits

Legumes (beans, garbanzos, peas) 80%

Nuts

Seeds

Secondary Choices

Milk soy, or almond

Most bakery good

Eggs

Meat (beef, chicken) 20%

Fish and other sea food

Cheese

Foods to Minimize

Sweet snacks

Potato and corn chips

• All caffeine products should be eliminated from the child´s diet.

• The child´s diet should include as wide a variety of fresh foods as possible.

Applying these simple guidelines will give your child an advantage in the educational arena. We promise to do our part. Thanks for allowing us to work with you as we strive for excellence in education.

THE GOALS OF OUR CURRICULUM

The most important goals of our kindergarten curriculum are for children to get along well with others and become enthusiastic learners. We want children to become independent, self confident, curious learners who can work well with others. We´re teaching them how to learn, not just in kinder, but

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