Clever Kids University is Comprehensive

Clever Kids University Pre-K is a research-based, comprehensive Pre-K curriculum that aligns with state preschool standards as well as the Head Start Child Development Early Learning Framework. The following chart outlines the skills covered in Clever Kids University Pre-K.

 

Cognitive Development

  • Attend to details.
  • Identify matching sets.
  • Make connections.
  • Represent concepts and ideas through drawing.
  • Order events into first, next, and last.
  • Use classification skills.

Language and Communication

  • Develop an increasingly complex vocabulary.
  • Listen to and follow directions.
  • Tell about another time or place.
  • Use language to express thoughts and feelings.

Literacy

  • Develop an increasingly complex vocabulary.
  • Listen to and follow directions.
  • Tell about another time or place.
  • Use language to express thoughts and feelings.

Mathematics Development

  • Answer “how many?”
  • Compare and measure quantities and sizes.
  • Instantly recognize how many in a small set.
  • Recognize and complete patterns.
  • Recognize and name 2D shapes.
  • Recognize and write numerals 0 through 20.
  • Understand spatial relationships, such as next to, on, under, or behind.
  • Use number names and counting sequence.

Scientific Reasoning

  • Develop knowledge of the Earth’s environment.
  • Develop knowledge of the characteristics of living things.
  • Develop knowledge of the physical properties of objects and materials.

Scientific Reasoning

  • Develop knowledge of the Earth’s environment.
  • Develop knowledge of the characteristics of living things.
  • Develop knowledge of the physical properties of objects and materials.
  • Use scientific inquiry skills.

Social Studies

  • Develop knowledge about self.
  • Develop understanding of healthy habits.
  • Develop understanding of people and how they live.
  • Name the days of the week and months of the year.

Social and Emotional Development

  • Develop a positive attitude toward his/her own capabilities.
  • Develop social relationships.
  • Identify and explore emotions and feelings.