The Jump Start Years

Children learn best through exploring and interacting with the environment around them why is why our curriculum encourages age appropriate exploration, so your child can grow and develop their love for learning. 

Different Domains Adressed in The Jump Start Years

Aesthetic
Aesthetic & Affective: Children learn how to express their creativity and communicate their emotions through effective and meaningful ways.
Cognitive: Children develop their thinking ability. They can better recall, understand, apply, analyse, evaluate and create from information.
Cognitive: Children develop their thinking ability. They can better recall, understand, apply, analyse, evaluate and create from information.
Fine Motor Skills: Children are familiar with hand-eye coordination of smaller muscle movements such as synchronised use of their eyes, hands and fingers simultaneously.
Fine Motor Skills: Children are familiar with hand-eye coordination of smaller muscle movements such as synchronised use of their eyes, hands and fingers simultaneously.
Gross Motor Skills: Children learn how to better utilise larger muscles, facilitating their ability to perform a wide range of physical body actions such as crawling, skipping, running, hopping, and jumping.
Gross Motor Skills: Children learn how to better utilise larger muscles, facilitating their ability to perform a wide range of physical body actions such as crawling, skipping, running, hopping, and jumping.
Language Acquisition: Children gain abilities to observe, understand and communicate with both educators and peers in a variety of contexts, using 50-300 words to produce speech.
Language Acquisition: Children gain abilities to observe, understand and communicate with both educators and peers in a variety of contexts, using 50-300 words to produce speech.

Children study board books and teachers read to them every day. Our teachers go over days of the month, weather, letters and the sounds associated with them along with numbers , colors, and shapes. We introduce the Montessori method of learning to develop their gross and fine motor skills through various practical life exercises such as threading of beads and pouring.

For example, younger infants are exposed to different facial expressions through animated reading and colorful textured books to stimulate their five senses, as well as language and communication skills. Older infants on the other hand, start to be involved in activities such as outdoor play, music & movement and speech & drama.

Sensorial activities such as Knobbed cylinders, Pink tower and Broad stairs indirectly introduce mathematical concepts such as height, length, width, sorting and matching.

Children’s artwork, pictures, and projects are displayed around the room to give the students a sense of pride in their work.

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Katy Kids Connection 2 is a stand-alone center and is not associated with any other “Katy Kids Connection” centers.
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6078 N Fry Road, Katy, TX 77449
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