Learning Resources: Preschool & Kindergarten
Geckos, Iguanas, & Kindergartners
Learning happens all the time, not just in school. The intention of practice is to integrate school learning into home life. Below you’ll find suggestions that include playful activities that also reinforce pre-academic and academic skills, in a relaxed family environment. This year, given the COVID situation, we have added more online opportunities for learning at home.
Access your Google Classroom to complete projects that your child did not have a chance to finish during the school year or to repeat activities, as this is important to reinforce skills for our earliest learners.
Talking About Racism with Your Child
Our school’s mission and values call us to acknowledge injustice in the world, as a community rooted in empathy and kindness. We are sharing resources with you to help support these conversations, to help provide strategies for how to talk about race and racism with your children in our ongoing commitment to realize the ideal of Krishnamurti’s teachings.
- Your Kids Aren’t Too Young to Talk About Race: Resource Roundup
- Racism and Violence: Using Your Power as a Parent to Support Children Aged Two to Five
- National Museum of African American History and Culture – Talking about Race
- PENGSU – Talking to Children After Racial Incidents
- The Golden Rule – www.tolerance.com
- New York Times Articles