Kindergarten students in Texas learned science, mathematics and other subjects during a lesson last week at the Kindergarden Center of Learning, which was opened in 2010 to provide a new kind of learning for kids from kindergarten through grade 12.
K-12 students learn science and math through interactive learning programs, which help them apply and apply concepts in their daily lives, said Brooke Johnson, a spokeswoman for Kindergarten Center of Teaching, which opened the center last year.
The Kindergardens offer free and low-cost activities and lessons, but they also offer a range of resources to parents and educators, Johnson said.
K-6 students can take advantage of free, paid, or low-priced Kindergend classes.
Teens in kindergarten through 12th grade have access to the Kindergardens free, discounted and discounted options.
For the last six years, the center has been in the process of transitioning to a full-service learning center, which means more high-quality learning resources for teachers and other students.
Johnson said the center is still figuring out how to get kids ready for kindergarten.
Johnson said students can use the Kindergartener Center of learning at home, at school, or at a community center or church. “
The more kids that we reach, the better.”
Johnson said students can use the Kindergartener Center of learning at home, at school, or at a community center or church.
It’s also important for the center to provide teachers with the resources and support they need to help kids thrive, Johnson added.