Virtual Tiny Tots Classes

Our Virtual Tiny Tots preschool classroom is an ONLINE class facilitated by our teachers to provide fun, educational, hands on and easy to follow activities in the comfort of your own home. The goal of Virtual Tiny Tots is to keep your child engaged and interested in school through a robust curriculum. The program operates primary through google classroom where resources of activities can be accessed anytime at home!

What’s Included:

• Zoom Meetings with class (Couple times a week)

• Pre-recorded videos

• Video walkthrough of how to navigate Google Classroom

• Printable worksheets (If you do not have a printer, worksheets are accessible on an iPad/tablet)

• Curriculum developed around phonics/literacy, S.T.E.M., arts and crafts, outdoor play and sensory activities, music/movement, yoga, virtual field trips and more!

Tiny Tots Preschool will offer three Virtual Preschool classes:

Preschoolers (3 Years)

The goal of Preschoolers is to provide children with an introduction to an ONLINE virtual classroom setting. Children will develop social/emotional skills, language skills, problem solving skills, and learn how to sit and participate in circle time. Online Academics are achieved through songs, creative art, STEAM, pre-phonics, worksheets and games.

Kindergarten Prep (4-6 years)

Kindergarten Prep is an ONLINE virtual class designed to prepare children to be successful in Kindergarten. Social development, language skills, advance phonics, writing skills, science, creative art, math, games, and hands on STEAM activities are all emphasized in the virtual classroom. Introduction of vowels, sight words and early language concepts. Must be 4 by September 1.

Kinder Phonics (4-6 years)

Take your Preschooler or Kindergartner’s ABCs to the next level in this ONLINE class. This class will guide participants on how to progressively learn to read through language play and the Hooked-on Phonics program. Children will learn 5 short vowels, beginning and ending consonant sounds and letter blending. Children should possess language skills and know their alphabet. Participants will be evaluated based on their ability-beginner, intermediate, or advanced.