Preschool – Level 2

Preschool - Level 2

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Course Overview

This course is the second of a two part series for preschoolers. Continuing on from Preschool - Level 1, this course uses aural, visual, and kinesthetic (signing) instructional methods to present foundational concepts in language, math, and science while developing important life skills. Straightforward, easy to answer problems make this an ideal course for students who are just learning how to use a computer.
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Scope and Sequence

Unit 1 – You Are Important! This unit covers personal worth, introduces signing, and discusses names, gender, age, the numbers 1-5, counting 0-5 and signing 1-5, colors, eye and hair color, and height. Unit 2 – Starting Your Day This unit discusses morning, noon, and night, attitude, personal hygiene, dressing, signs for clothing and making the bed, how to make a bed, eating breakfast, sets of fruit, the numbers 6-10, signing the numbers 6-10, getting ready for the day, yes, and no. Unit 3 – I Can Read! This unit introduces reading and discusses what letters are, the letters A, B, C, and D, signing the ABC's, capital and lower case letters, how letter sounds make words, sight words we, can, I, a, like, the, to, have, go, see, making sentences, and signing sentences. Unit 4 – Math is Fun This unit introduces math and discusses sets, matching numerals 1-5, sorting sets, tools, patterns, ordering numbers, the letters E, F, G, and H, the concepts of more and less, the numbers 11-15, counting and signing the numbers 11-15, the concepts of same and different, the numbers 16-20, counting and signing the numbers 16-20, and introduction to addition, and story problems. Unit 5 – Times and Seasons This unit discusses time, minutes, analog and digital clocks, morning, afternoon, evening, signs for morning, afternoon, and evening, today, yesterday, tomorrow, the letters I and J, the signs for I and J, sight words is and play, days of the week and their signs, weeks, months, and years, calendars, seasonal changes, things that happen in spring, summer, autumn, and winter, and seeds and how they grow. Unit 6 – What's Cooking? This unit discusses how cooks need to read and do math, choosing healthy foods, our need for food, food words and signs, how to make a menu, how to read a recipe, sets of less, sets in a recipe, kitchen safety, comparing temperature, kitchen signs, garnishes, manners, cleaning up, the letters K and L, and sight words are, for, you, and this. Unit 7 – Animals Are My Friends This unit discusses animals, mother and baby animals, animal signs and sounds, farms, what animals need to live, the concept of large, larger and largest, building sentences, addition practice, how related animals can be different, caring for pets, animals in the wild, addition stories, the sight words do, and, what, and little, and the letters M, N, O, and P. Unit 8 – An Adventure in Camping This unit discusses camping, where we might go to camp, tents, triangles, signs for camping, needs and wants, packing for camp, subtraction, subtraction signs, sentence building, picnic shapes, being wise around water, stars, constellations, the letters Q, R, S, and T and their signs, and the sight words said, here, and was. Unit 9 – My Home This unit discusses families, activities for families, your home, doing chores at home, washing your hands, unloading the dishwasher, setting the table, making your home brighter, addition, sentence building, signs for things in your house, subtraction, meal time manners, being on time, the sight words she, he, look, and has, and the letters U and V and their signs. Unit 10 – My Neighborhood This unit discusses neighborhoods, signs and rules that help keep us safe, school rules, neighborhood signs, counting, the library, addition, park signs, sentence building, making a difference in your neighborhood, the letters W, X, Y, and Z and their signs, and the sight words with, my, me, and where.

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