Preschool@Home

Welcome to Sprouting Star Preschool@Home! Early childhood learning is not just daycare or babysitting. Our teachers thoughtfully prepare lesson plans designed to help your child grow. These lesson plans must carefully consider each child’s age and developmental abilities.

Infant Development, Ms. Naima

Ms. Naima is our infant development specialist. She has prepared these lessons you can do at home together with your child ages 6 to 24 months.

Week 1, Lesson 1 – Ages 6-24 months, Subject: Transportation

This is a language exercise designed to help infants express their thoughts and needs.

Week 1, Lesson 2 – Ages 6-24 months, Subject: Push and Pull

This is a physical development exercise designed to help your child increase balance, strength, and stability.

Week 1, Lesson 3 – Ages 6-24 months, Subject: Transportation Through the Sky

This lesson is designed to develop fine motor skills by encouraging children to hold a “hot air balloons” by a cotton ball.

Week 2, Lesson 1 – Ages 6-24 Months, Subject: Four Seasons

This lesson introduces the concept of seasons while developing fine motor skills.

Week 2, Lesson 2 – Ages 6-24 Months, Subject: Dig It

This lesson is designed to introduce numbers by exploring and counting objects in the sky.

Week 3, Lesson 1 – Ages 6-24 Months, Subject: Tissue Box-Pull

This lesson is designed to develop language and communication by interacting with the child using cloth, tissue, and a box.

Week 3, Lesson 2 – Ages 6-24 Months, Subject: Growing Sizes

In this lesson, we develop cognitive abilities through comparisons of larger and smaller and reasoning about size.

Week 3, Lesson 3 – Ages 6-24 Months, Subject: Mess-free Easter Egg Painting

This is a cognitive activity intended to provide a sensory experience while teaching the child about the Easter Holiday.

Toddler Development, Mrs. Alicia

Mrs. Alicia is our toddler development specialist. She has prepared these lessons you can do at home together with your child ages 24 to 35 months.

Week 1, Lesson 1 – Ages 24-35 months, Subject: Transition

This is a physical development activity designed to develop fine motor skills.

Week 1, Lesson 2 – Ages 24-35 months, Subject: Transportation by Sea

In this lesson, children build a paper boat and develop the muscle coordination in their hands.

Week 2, Lesson 1 – Ages 24-35 months, Subject: The Four Seasons

In this lesson we develop eye-hand coordination through pouring.

Week 2, Lesson 2 – Ages 24-35 months, Subject: Spring

In this lesson, children weave pipe cleaners through holes and develop fine motor skills and eye-hand coordination.

Week 3, Lesson 1 – Ages 24-35 months, Subject: Chalk Obstacle Course

In this lesson, you will make an outdoor obstacle course using sidewalk chalk.

Week 3, Lesson 2 – Ages 24-35 months, Subject: Shape Sorting Activity

In this activity, the children will learn to sort shapes into spaces marked on the floor.

Week 3, Lesson 3 – Ages 24-35 months, Subject: Family Handprint Portrait

This is a social emotional lesson, intended to create happy memories during difficult times.

Pre-K Development, Ms. Ashlee

Ms. Ashlee is our pre-k development specialist. She has prepared these lessons you can do at home together with your child ages 3 to 5 years.

Week 1, Lesson 1 – Ages 3-5 years, Subject: Moving Through Air

This is a science and social studies lesson that teachers children about transportation, how we get from one place to another, how we move through the air, and push and pull motions.

Week 1, Lesson 2, Ages 3-5 years, Subject: Germs, Germs, Germs

This is a lesson about germs and how they can enter the body and make us sick.

Week 1, Lesson 3, Ages 3-5 years, Subject: Same Sound Introduction

Children learn to produce words that begin with the same sound as two other words.

We welcome your feedback on these lessons. Contact us here.

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