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Attention and emotional regulation are influential factors for school success. This program aims to prepare young children for kindergarten and will recreate a kindergarten setting. Children will learn to exercise various academic and life skills such as following group instructions, early math, phonological awareness, maintaining focus/attention, emotional regulation, and more.

This program is for your child if he/she ...

  • is going to kindergarten in September 2023

  • needs to practice social skills (e.g.: turn-taking and interacting with other children in a group setting)

  • needs to practice following group instructions

  • not yet familiar with kindergarten or classroom routines

  • not having the opportunity to practice school readiness skills in the summer

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Program Goal​s

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  • Practice social skills 

  • Develop fundamental academic skills

  • Prepare young children for kindergarten 

  • Practice following group instructions 

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Lesson 1

  • Introduction to Kindergarten 

    • Familiarize children with the concept of kindergarten and its routines​

    • Practice lining up, sitting on the carpet, and following simple instructions.

    • Introduce visual schedules and teach the concept of transitions.

Lesson 2

  • Social Skills

    • Encourage interaction with peers

    • Engage in group activities like cooperative games or art projects.

    • Practice turn-taking and sharing through structured play.

    • Use visual supports

Lesson 3

  • Following Instructions

    • Improve listening skills by playing games that involve following simple instructions.

    • Gradually increase the complexity of instructions.

Lesson 4

  • Communication Skills

    • Enhance verbal and nonverbal communication skills

    • Practice receptive language skills through games

Lesson 5

  • Fine Motor Skills

    • Engage in activities that prompt hand-eye coordination, such as puzzles or threading beads.

    • Incorporate sensory activities like playdough and finger painting to enhance find motor skills.

Lesson 6

  • Daily Routine 

    • Teach independence in self-care routines

    • Practice daily routines

    • Use social stories and visual prompts to help with task sequencing and completion.

Lesson 7

  • Sensory Integration

    • Help children manage sensory sensitivity in the classroom

    • Calming corners and sensory bins

    • Introduce strategies for self-regulation

Lesson 8

  • Pre-academic skills

    • Letters, rhyming games

    • basic counting, sorting, or matching activities for math readiness.

*The lesson plan can be only seen as a reference. This summer program will be modified based on the level and needs of the registered learners. We believe that flexibility, positive encouragement, and parents' involvement are key throughout the process. 

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Date & Time

Wednesday  9:30 am - 12:00 noon

[ Total : 8 Classes ]

*Starting from July 5 to August 23 


Group Target

Age 4 - 6

Class Size up to 4-6 kids
In-person Group Session 

The program will be designed and facilitated by

a Board Certified Behaviour Anaylst,

Abbie Chan along with a Senior Behaviour Interventionist Cecilia Man

Course Fees

CAD 1250 / 8 classes

Questions?  Please contact Clinical Director, Sally Yim at

Register by the end of June to secure your spot !

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