Areas of Focus

Approach to Learning:

  • Develop a positive approach to learning
  • Develop competence as a creative problem solver
  • Learn to use problem-solving strategies
  • Learn to verbalize thinking strategies
  • Take pride in accomplishments
  • Take responsible risks
  • Maintain attention to task
  • Listen and Follow oral multi-step directions
  • Show continuing effort
  • Contribute to discussions
  • Ask questions

Language Arts

  • Phonemic awareness
  • Decoding: consonants, blends, and diagraphs
  • Vowels: short vowels, long vowels, silent vowel rules, and y as a vowel
  • Word Structure: recognizing non-decodable sight words
  • Spelling: letter/sound correspondences, consonants, short vowels, long vowels
  • Support of vocabulary development
  • Oral communication/listening/speaking
  • Sentence reading - matching sentences with pictures
  • Poems and nursery rhymes

Writing Conventions

  • Penmanship
  • Copy sentences from board
  • Read and explain own writing and drawings
  • Use phonetically spelled words to write sentences
  • Draw pictures to communicate
  • Punctuation mark – understand the use of the period, comma, exclamation mark and a question mark
  • Write 2 or 3 sentences


  • Count to 100 1’s, by 5’s, and10’s
  • Arrange numerals in order
  • Write numerals in order
  • Counting backwards
  • Identify, sort and classify shapes and geometric solid shapes
  • Money - identify pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters, pictures on the coins
  • Clock - can tell time to “o’clock and “half past”
  • Reproduce patterns
  • Concept of >, <, =
  • Calendar - days of the week, months of the year and seasons
  • Graphing - collect data and graph
  • Number sense: Use number line to introduce
  • Concepts of addition and subtraction


  • Demonstrate an interest in science and exploration
  • Use Scientific Method to question, observe, hypothesize, measure, test, record, and draw conclusions
  • Ask and answer “how, when, why and what if?” questions
  • Use problem solving techniques and teamwork
  • Study of the body, parts, senses, hygiene and nutrition
  • Study of the weather
  • Study of animals: habitats, life cycles, hibernation and evolution
  • Characteristics of objects and materials and how they change
  • Motion and forces
  • Basic scientific vocabulary

Social Studies

  • Explore concepts of self, family and home
  • Explore school and surrounding community
  • Study of American culture and holidays
  • Study of world culture and holidays
  • Basic Geography

Visual Arts

  • Develop individual artistic expression
  • Problem solve through art
  • Articulate the story of own art
  • Develop spatial understanding
  • Appreciate the work of others
  • Create art based on an idea
  • Create using a variety of media, colors and tool

Program Curriculum:

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Group activities like dramatic play, puzzles and blocks and outdoor play helps cultivate social intelligence by developing language, problem solving skills and conflict resolution.

Junior Kindergarten Program

3D Preschool

5370 Snell Ave, San Jose, CA 95123


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This program emphasizes children's independent work habits and academic skills by introducing phonetics, reading, writing, math and science. Hands on activities and creative art gives children an opportunity to use their imagination. 

Children who are turning 5 after December 1st are not eligible for Kindergarten. Irrespective of academic and social readiness, these children have to wait another year to go to Kindergarten. Keeping this in mind we have designed our Jr. Kindergarten program to challenge and motivate our older Pre-Kindergarteners.

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