Save yourself TIME and MONEY by enrolling in this self-paced course for parents of preschoolers who want their child to gain knowledge and confidence, so they can earn top scores on the kindergarten magnet test and get accepted into their 1st choice magnet schools.
Mrs. Shannon, certified teacher and speech-language pathologist, will teach your child the skills he or she needs to know to do well on the kindergarten magnet test by watching her customized engaging educational videos. The course will cover topics such as letters/sounds, language and literacy skills, pre-math skills, sight words, handwriting, and MORE!
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Need to Know Vocabulary
Use of Objects
Actions in Pictures
Basic Concepts 1-50
Bonus: MORE Basic Concepts
Months & Seasons
Beginning Sounds in Words
Letters & Sounds (Option 1)
Letters & Sounds (Option 2)
Count to 100
Skip Counting by 2s
Writing Uppercase Letters
Writing Lowercase Letters
Drawing a Person
No more worrying about missing a tutoring session due to illness, being out of town, or other extracurricular activities.
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A: While we cannot guarantee how your child will perform on test day, 100% of parents and children who successfully completed this course were accepted in to a magnet school for the last 3 years.
A: Yes! In addition to access to the course, parents will have access to our private K Magnet Prep Facebook community where Mrs. Shannon will host 3 Q & A sessions leading up to the big day. Sessions will be recorded and posted in the group. Parents can also learn from each other in the group and get encouragement and accountability from other parents who are in the course, as well as share their wins. Our Facebook community is a really fun and exciting element of a course. It is also a great place for you to get your ongoing questions answered. Starting school year 2023-2024, Mrs. Shannon will only offer private unstuck sessions with students enrolled in the course due to limited availability in her schedule.
A: No. If you do the work, you will have results.
A: Until testing is completed in February 2023
A: Yes and No. There are some academic elements that may certainly help with gifted testing; however, gifted testing also has a more logic/puzzle based component that is not addressed in this course.