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Haliburton, Ontario, Canada, 2010/10/13 - School’s Cool announces its new online resources. Resource topics include math, literacy and kindergarten readiness info and activities both available for purchase.
School’s Cool, a program that dramatically helps preschool children prepare for and be successful in school, has launched their new online resource center. School’s Cool has drawn on its 22 years of experience in the field of early childhood education to develop these resources, designed for parents and educators alike, that can easily be downloaded for immediate use. Math & Literacy Series“The School’s Cool Series for Ages 3 to 5…Building Math & Literacy Skills,” helps to take the guesswork out of teaching preschoolers the basics. Combining original songs by famed children’s performer, Bob Schneider, with activities developed by School’s Cool Master Trainer, Chris Lynd, these resources make learning fun and help children make great strides in increasing vocabulary, improving memory and following directions.Gena Robertson, the President and CEO of School’s Cool, states “We bring our philosophy of focusing on strengths and abilities as well as our years of experience to all our resources, and we know how critical it is to ensure a successful start at school. We’ll be adding more original resources to our website regularly as well as promoting great resources from other organizations. It’s all about the kids, and together we can make a difference.”Free Resources-The School’s Cool resource center has been developed in collaboration with educators and school readiness professionals to provide useful and fun activities including free white papers on:
• 7 Steps to Success in Kindergarten;
• Mathematics and the early learner;
• Activities to teach the 5 strands of math;
• Helping your child to learn math;
• Counting activities for early learners.
About School's Cool, Inc.
School's Cool (schoolscool.com) is a unique 72-hour kindergarten readiness program designed for children from 3 to 5 years of age. Its curriculum provides a clear connection between specific play experiences and learning outcomes that contribute to success in school. These outcomes are both objective and measurable through the use of our Developmental Checklist© and evaluation process. Part of the program’s uniqueness is that it can be easily adapted for culture and demographics of participants and the program can be easily integrated in a variety of settings including kindergarten, child care, and community programs.
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