Jump!-n-Learn: Goals and Objectives

Jump!-n-Learn Goals and Objectives

At Jump!-n-Learn, teachers work collaboratively with parents to help each child reach the following goals and objectives in order to best prepare them for kindergarten and life through academic exposure and movement play.

Social/Emotional Development:

Sense of Self

  •   Demonstrates ability to adjust to new situations
  •   Recognizes own feelings and expresses them in a healthy way
  •   Recognizes own needs and is able to find ways to get needs met in a healthy way
  •   Approaches problems with flexibilityResponsibility for Self and Others
  •   Demonstrates self-direction and independence
  •   Takes responsibility for own well being
  •   Respects and cares for classroom environments and materials
  •   Follows classroom routines and rulesPro-Social Behavior
  •   Plays well with other children
  •   Recognizes the feeling of others and responds in a healthy way
  •   Respects the needs of others
  •   Uses problem solving techniques to resolve conflicts peacefullyPhysical Development:Gross Motor
  •   Demonstrates basic locomotor skills ~ running, jumping, hopping, galloping
  •   Shows balance while moving
  •   Climbs up and down
  •   Demonstrates throwing, catching and kicking skillsFine Motor
  •   Controls small muscles in hands
  •   Coordinates eye-hand movement
  •   Uses tools for writing and drawing
  •   Demonstrates ability to open and close containers, button, zip and tieCognitive DevelopmentMath
  •   Demonstrate knowledge of 2-D shapes and basic colors
  •   Counts objects to 20 using one to one correspondence
  •   Demonstrates understanding of math vocabulary ~ more, less, under, over, small, large, around, between, beside
  •   Demonstrates recognition of numbers to 20
  •   Sorts, groups, and puts objects in order
  •   Recognizes patterns and can repeat themReading/Writing
  •   Recognizes name and some environmental print
  •   Write own name, letters and numbers
  •   Verbally create a story and add illustration to match
  •   Listen to stories and participates in discussions about the story
  •   Demonstrate understanding of alphabet letters and sounds
  •   Hears and discriminates the sounds of language
  •   Enjoys and values reading and writingLanguage
  •   Answers and asks questions
  •   Actively participates in conversations
  •   Follow 2 step directions
  •   Demonstrates ability to verbally express needs and emotions
  •   Makes believe and pretend explorationScience
  •   Practice observation skills
  •   Practice classification skills
  •   Observe cause and effect
  •   Design and participate in simple experiments
  •   Practice problem-solving and evaluation skillsSocial Studies
  •   Expand awareness of self
  •   Demonstrate awareness of family structure and responsibility
  •   Develop awareness of community and community helpers
  •   Practice and demonstrate personal skills ~ using the bathroom, cleaning up after use,hand washing, dressing and eating
  •   Demonstrates understanding of calendar concepts ~ days of the week, months of theyear, seasons, Art/Music
  •   Demonstrate creative self expression
  •   Participate in multi-sensory art experiences
  •   Participate in musical activities ~ song, dance, instrumental, movement, games, and self-expression
  •   Be exposed to various types of music

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